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Large trendy master white tile and marble tile marble floor and white floor bathroom photo in Phoenix with white walls, a vessel sink, flat-panel cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, a one-piece toilet and engineered quartz countertops

Luxurious Contemporary

A freestanding tub anchored by art on one wall and a cabinet with storage and display shelves on the other end has a wonderful view of the back patio and distant views.

Large trendy master white tile and marble tile marble floor and white floor bathroom photo in Phoenix with white walls, a vessel sink, flat-panel cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, a one-piece toilet and engineered quartz countertops —  Houzz

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Linda Lilley wrote:June 4, 2016
Where can I buy the 9 piece wall hangings?

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    Janet Brooks Design

    Sorry I didn't answer sooner; I somehow overlooked this question apparently. They are from an artist in Fountain Hills, AZ whose name is Kathleen Hope. www.kathleenhope.com. 480.270.2416

Shawna Cameron Photography wrote:June 5, 2016
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    SunPower Builders

    How beautiful!! I love the daylighting and views. Who is the large painting by?

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    Janet Brooks Design

    Thank you! I'm sorry; the art was from my client's collection and I don't have any information on it.

karens715 wrote:June 6, 2016
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    Janet Brooks Design

    The wall color is a very neutral off-white, Sherwin Williams: SW7009, Pearly White. It would go with anything, really, since it doesn't lean in any particular color direction (such a yellowish, or pinkish, or greenish).

msc0830 wrote:July 6, 2016
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    Hi Janet

    Did you sit in this tub? Is it comfortable?

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    Janet Brooks Design

    Hi, sorry I didn't see this question before! I actually didn't sit in the tub. But the thing I know is that the biggest mistake people make is getting a tub that is too long, so your feet don't touch the other end of the tub. It's better to have it a little shorter, with the possibility of your knees poking out of the water a little. I find that 66" is a universally safe length, unless my clients are unusually short, or tall.

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