Hipico modern-bathroom
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Hipico

Contemporary House in Mexico City

Architects: Elsa Ojeda / Diego Vales Alonso
Photos by: Kika Estudio
URL
http://rhyzoma.com
Inspiration for a mid-sized modern bathroom remodel in Mexico City with a vessel sink, a wall-mount toilet, wood countertops and brown countertops — Houzz

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Jason Streck wrote:
Wood wall - Can you tell me about the wood wall? What is the species? What is on the other side? I like the balance of the wood and the concrete.
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RHYZOMA - Arquitectura / Diseño
a shower, and a area to change clothes
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lornanne wrote:
Is the top of the vanity made from solid wood, if not what is it made from?
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88ashopgirl
what kind of wood you use on the wood wall and what color of stain you use? Thank you.
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RHYZOMA - Arquitectura / Diseño
Hi, the wood type is "Guanacastle" it´s like the mexican walnut
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Butterfly Development wrote:
Wood species? - Stunning. Thank you. Any information on the finish and any construction techniques appreciated?
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Todd Bouillion

what kind of wood on the wall and how did the black horizontal divide get constructed

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Lisa Kristel

I'd also like to know what type of wood is used here. Very nice.

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Roger Legerwood wrote:
PAINT - What's the color?
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elyse wilson

What is the paint color on walls here? It is very nice and warm.

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akapovich wrote:
Vanity - Hi. The vanity is great! What are the dimensions approximately? Can you recommend the person who did it? Thanks.
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Linda Herrin Designs, inc

Can you tell me if the vanity is custom? If not who carries it? Thank you so much!

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kikitoo29 wrote:
Vanity - Hello, lovely design. Would you share the manufacturer of the vanity? Thanks.
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RHYZOMA - Arquitectura / Diseño
it was made by us, custom made.
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bwagne wrote:
The faucet is very sleek and eye catching! Would you please share the brand / modle information. Thank you~
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Marcia Roca
Me puedes decir, la marca de las ventanas corredizas que estan en el comedor ovalado?
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dave culanculan wrote:
What is the floor material: tile? block? stone? recycle? I like it !!!
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carkub wrote:
Can you plz tell me where I can get guanacastle wood slabs in IL? - I love the wood wall and vanity. Nicely done:)
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Luxstone wrote:
Flooring - I love the cedar dividing wall look, the modern vanity but few things I don't like are: Flooring Tile looks odd, colour is good but grout lines, perhaps it needs to be sealed. Another is the thin frame around the mirror, I think it should have been thicker.
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Leyley M wrote:
can you custom make a vanity in NJ? thx in advance
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Gloria William wrote:
Ok not to have backsplash? - Is there a rule about when a backsplash is needed and when it's not? I'm assuming it isn't waterproof paint? Thanks!
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

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8. Bathroom updates provide a big return. Bathroom upgrades are second only to kitchen updates in providing a great return on investment. Since bathrooms are usually the smallest spaces in the home, a little bit can go a long way. Consider replacing outdated vanities, changing light fixtures and updating hardware.

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i love this look, but where is your toothbrush supposed to go??

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