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staceyelaine wrote:Jun 18, 2012
bernadette wrote:Jun 26, 2013
chamberstom wrote:Apr 29, 2013
  • mcohen0727
    Hi Shane, where are the white mirrors from?
  • Christine Anderson
    Yes, would love to know where the mirrors are from
nwatters wrote:Dec 18, 2012
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Morning and thank you for your questions.

    Since the project is several years old - I can only recall by memory for you but I will try my best.

    The vanity portion depth was just a couple inches shy of the sink top. I would say that it was 18" deep, which includes the overhang of the countertop. Yes, you could probably do 16" and still have a decent surface to apply make-up and do hair.

    Have a great day!
    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
  • Lisa DiGiorgio
    How wide is the vanity area?
anncollins wrote:Oct 19, 2012
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Morning and thank you for your question.

    The vanity that you speak of is in many parts - there are tall cabinets, vanities and a make-up station as well as only one wall - so I am a little unsure of your exact question.

    The vanities themselves are 36"wide and the make-up station is 36"wide as well.

    I hope that answers your question.
    Have a great day
    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
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    bathhousewirral
    Nice design, I think you must take 25x15 dimension of the mirror. Thanks for asking this question.
bathdilemna wrote:Oct 10, 2012
issethsmith wrote:May 22, 2012
mdwagner wrote:Oct 20, 2013
erinlee1408 wrote:Aug 13, 2013
  • junemcgroary
    where did you purchase the title and the faucets?
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    Wm. H. Fry Construction Company

    Try Newport Brass, model Chesterfield. Rohl, Perrin & Rowe Georgian Era is also similar.

centaurita wrote:Aug 2, 2013
  • centaurita
    Shane, Thank You so much for your response. I love this space: The floor, the light placement, the knobs, the cabinets, the wall tile! Just so perfect!!
    I have 144" to work with, so I just need to ask the plumber how much space I can have between the two sinks. Thank You for all the great ideas :) Happiness to you and yours!
  • centaurita
    Oh I forgot to mention how amazing the molding frame looks above this vanity area!!! Keep making beautiful rooms....
sniques wrote:Jun 12, 2013
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    M.A. Banthia & Co.
    Hello its perfectly gud fixture and even u can use the 2ft long picture light which can cover the complete mirror .
  • Kelsey Compars

    This would be such a great lay out for my husband and I. There is not enough counter space for the both of us to get ready at the same time. If we had our bathroom remodeled I'm sure we would both be more happy in the mornings. http://www.raybrownejoinery.com.au/bathroom-and-laundry

etot wrote:May 20, 2013
  • D Neal
    I have can lights and it is not bright enough to apply makeup.
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    Subway Tile Outlet
    We carry similar colors of subway tile http://www.subwaytileoutlet.com If you need help finding the right color please contact us and we would be happy to help you with your project. Beautiful space!
Debbie Grant Jobe wrote:Mar 3, 2013
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Morning and thank you for your questions.

    Since the project is several years completed, I am no longer sure what the tile name is and who the actual manufacturer is. However if you Google Tilestone in Traverse City, Michigan and reference this photo - they will be able to assist you since they were the ones that I ordered it from.

    I do hope that helps you in your quest.
    Have a great day!
    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
  • Katie Beattie McDonald
    Hi. Who were the bathroom vanities made by? Thanks!
ukievillage wrote:Apr 25, 2012
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    Shane D. Inman
    Thank you so much
    shane
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    Parkview Homes
    Ukievillage
    Did you find out the name of the wall tile and floor tile plus color and sizing ?
Lauren Mehmedovic wrote:Jan 4, 2012
  • rtskaren
    It looks like it could be a Fireclayt tile. They have handmade tiles in a variety of sizes and glazes. www.fireclaytile.com
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Morning,

    Thank you so much for your questions. I am more than glad to help you out. The wall tile is a porcelain tile in white. The manufacturer is unknown, but please contact Tile Stone Imports in Traverse City, MI at (231) 929-7090 for further assistance. Please feel free to inquire more if need be. Have a great one!

    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
fzqm1f wrote:Feb 3, 2013
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    Student
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  • Alyssa Carey
    where did you get these mirrors from?
mcsta wrote:Jan 25, 2013
  • Wild Infusion
    I would say they are 35ml
  • arm5003
    who is the manufacturer of the glass knobs and pulls- thanks
rlynnj wrote:Jan 15, 2013
  • sdmomof5
    Looks like a glass tile at Bedrosian's called Cashmere. Beautiful.
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    Tilestone Imports
    Please visit trikeenan.com to find a dealer near you!
patwebb wrote:Aug 17, 2012
  • neilteitelbaum
    Hi...I cannot find any other photos of this bathroom. How can i see other parts
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Morning and thank you for your questions.

    I am flattered that you wan to "copy" the bathroom that I designed for my clients. If you would like to see further pictures you will have to find what you are looking for from my official website. If there are no pictures there of what you will need - I unfortunately wouldn't have any others to supply you.

    Have a great day!
    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
Kabco wrote:Jun 27, 2012
  • wrightcj24
    Merillat cabinet brand offers a similar door style and finish in their Masterpiece line of cabinets.
  • magndan2
    I love the drawer storage under the cabinets. Nice job
dfbarron wrote:Mar 13, 2012
  • sahj
    What is the total length of the countertop from end to end, including the vanity area?
  • sedkwd
    What is the color of paint and manufacturer?
rkmteach wrote:Feb 19, 2012
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    Mike McDonald Construction
    looks like the frames were custom made to match the cabinet doors, just without the bead board panel.
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Afternoon,

    Thank you for your question and I am glad to assist. This is a mirrored custom design with cabinetry molding and fit with mirrors. Please feel free to ask any more questions.

    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
donna0210 wrote:Jan 21, 2012
  • sniques
    I am in a new construction home. I wanted my sink bases to be 36" and the vanity to be 30". I just got an email from the builder informing me that the sink bases were in fact only 32" should I still keep only a 2" inch drop or drop it lower? Or should I keep everything the same height at 32"
  • Joyce Jones
    I like the idea of using a table for the vanity. I have a heat register near my sink and I think that would work nice so I can have heat in my bathroom. Would it work ok with 1 sink.
Cathy N wrote:Jan 11, 2012
lmiller5010 wrote:Nov 10, 2013
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Morning and yes, I would love to.

    The cabinetry for the entire home was done by a company in Traverse City called Classic Kitchens. You can find them on the web.

    Have a great day!
    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
  • lynnmmc
    Love the cabinetry for its classic design as well as function. Beautiful bathroom.
joycieq wrote:Sep 9, 2013
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Morning and thank you for your question.

    Since the project is several years completed - I just don't remember the manufacture of the lighting but you may want to try a manufacture called Hubbardton Forge.

    Always my best, peace and love
    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
  • Adam Beck
    The sconce is from Hudson Valley, but it is no longer available. They do still have one with the same frame, but with a different shape of glass.
Diane Effinger wrote:Apr 23, 2013
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Morning and thank you for your question

    Yes, down lighting - while you are sitting at the make-up vanity - combined with above recessed lighting will do the trick for applying.

    Have a great day
    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
  • Sarah Russell
    can you share the cabinet maker for the vanity? Was this custom made or a line widely available? Thank you.
dswasserman wrote:Mar 29, 2013
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Morning and thank you for your question!

    To be totally honest, I am not sure of the diameter of the can lighting above. That was an entity supplied by the contractor. I wish I could be of more assistance.

    Have a great day
    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
  • klinfert
    Darn it! Same question here!
Debbie Grant Jobe wrote:Mar 3, 2013
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Evening and thank you for your question

    These mirrors were custom designed by me. They were made by the cabinet manufacturer.

    Thanks so much
    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
  • Tami Wassom
    What are their dimensions?
Barb NeCastro wrote:Feb 2, 2013
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Morning and thanks for your question.

    Since the project is several years finished, I don't really recall but your guess sounds pretty accurate to me.

    Have a great day
    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
  • jeannemclennan
    Shane, Do you recall the maker of these cabinets? I am in the Chicago area. Thanks for your help with this.
Mindy Zgorzelski_Anderson wrote:Aug 13, 2012
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Afternoon and thank you for your question.

    The lights that you see here were purchased from a company called Hinkley Lighting. You will be able to find then online by using Goggle. However, this home is many years finished so the sconces may be discontinued.

    Have a wonderful night.
    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
  • yourpictureperfect
    rejuvenation.com has some just like these and you can choose between lots of finishes
taja00 wrote:Jun 23, 2012
  • nfhouzing
    I have seem them at Lowe's recently - whites and beiges
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Morning and thank you for your questions.

    Since this project is nearly three years old, I am afraid that I am not able to answer your questions regrading the manufacture and color of the wall tiles. Should you still need an answer, please feel free to contact the supplier directly. I have listed the information for you.

    Tilestone Imports
    231 929 7090

    Thank you and have a great day
    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
cpavone wrote:Feb 8, 2012
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Morning and thank you for your question - and a good one.

    These free hanging mirrors were mounted by brackets that were drilled into the grout line behind the mirror. The mirrors had hanging wire that allows them to be suspended. Just like you would hang a picture on a wall.

    Have a great day.
    Shane D. Inman
    www.theinmancompany.com
  • cpavone
    Thanks so much!
liseebore wrote:Jan 9, 2012
  • camilles24
    Also wondering what material is used for countertops and what brand of cabinets are used.
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Morning,

    Thank you so much for your questions. I am more than glad to help you out. The countertop is a granite stone and the species (color) is called Belvedere Green. The cabinets are semi custom-made and from a cabinet company with a name we can recall because this project is several years finished, but please contact Standard Kitchen in Traverse City, MI at (231) 946-9394 for more information. Please refer to this project or show them this photo so they can better assist you. The wall tile is a porcelain tile in white. The manufacturer is unknown, but please contact Tile Stone Imports in Traverse City, MI at (231) 929-7090 for further assistance. Please feel free to inquire more if need be. Have a great one!

    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
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charlotte70 wrote:May 31, 2014
  • Laura Kliebert
    I would love to see the other side of this room as well.
vfaye wrote:Mar 26, 2014
flwfreedom wrote:Feb 7, 2014
joannmedlock wrote:Oct 13, 2013
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Morning and thank you for your question!

    This chair was purchased by the home owner. Why don't you Google chairs and see what you can find?

    Have a great day!
    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
jodysarfan wrote:Jul 31, 2013
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Morning and thank you for your question!

    Well, it does sound a little crowded - 22" wide for a knee space is very compact. I think the question here is - do you think you will ever sell your house? If you do - then you have to keep the buyer in mind and they may find your idea as too much design in too little of space.

    If you feel that you will never sell - then I say do what you feel is right for you. However, maybe you would be better off with only one tower and one sink.

    Always my best, peace and success!
    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
Terrie Jackson wrote:May 24, 2013
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Morning and thank you for your question.

    What you are asking sounds like a great idea. Although I have never done it professionally, I have seen it done. It can be a touch "whimsical" but if that is your style - it may be a perfect design detail.

    Have a great day
    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
lindapizzolla wrote:Jan 21, 2013
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Afternoon and thank you for your question.

    The wall sconces that you see in this picture came from Hubbardton Forge.

    Have a great day!
    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
fds2008 wrote:Jan 19, 2013
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Morning and thank you for your question.

    The chair you see pictured here was supplied by the homeowner - so unfortunately, I am not able to advise you as where to purchase it.

    Have a wonderful day
    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
water77 wrote:Jan 14, 2013
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Morning and thank you for your question.

    The faucets are located around 8" above these sinks. When it comes to installing wall-mounted plumbing, the height depends on the projection of the spout and the depth of the sink. Your contractor and/or plumber will be able to advise you according to their expertise.

    Have a great day
    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
chergehr wrote:Jan 9, 2013
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Afternoon and thank you for your questions

    I only use stark-white plumbing fixtures (sink bowls and toilet) if I have stark-white cabinets or tile going in. If I do not, then I tone it down a bit with the manufactures off-white version - but not beige/ivory. I don't understand what you are asking when you say "what color to do the shower in?" Do you mean tile or are you doing a per-fabricated shower/tub surround?

    I have matched all plumbing fixtures and hardware in the past but I don't any longer. You can do whatever you would like as long it is done with sophistication and style.

    Have a great day and thanks again
    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
bdazzled02 wrote:Dec 22, 2012
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    Shane D. Inman
    Thank you for your question - the sinks are white.

    Have a great day
    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
denaeng wrote:Nov 30, 2012
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Afternoon - thank you for your questions!

    The upper cabinet that sits on top of the granite is 12" wide.

    Have a great night
    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
kbshaw77 wrote:Jul 17, 2012
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Morning and thank you for your question.

    The tiles shown here in this mater bathroom were purchased from a local business In Traverse City Michigan. Since the project is many years old, I cannot tell you the model names or manufacturer but I can give you the phone number to where I purchased them. Please feel free to contact them to ask your question.

    Tilestone Imports
    231 929 7090

    Thank you again and have a great day!
    Shane
daisy ang wrote:Jun 8, 2012
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Morning and than you for the question.

    The backsplash that you see here in this master bathroom is made of a porcelain tile.

    Have a great day
    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
camilles24 wrote:Mar 29, 2012
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Morning! Thank you for contacting me and I would be happy to answer your question.

    The granite species used for the countertops in this master bathroom is refered to as Belvedere Green and is a 3CM thickness.

    I hope this information finds you well
    Have a great day
    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
amybogansky wrote:Mar 15, 2012
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Afternoon!

    This is a granite stone and species (color) is called Belvedere Green. Thank you so much for your question and please feel free to inquire more and I will be glad to assist you.

    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
camilles24 wrote:Mar 14, 2012
  • Brannon Mooney
    hard to tell looks like maybe a leathered granite..?
fds2008 wrote:Feb 16, 2012
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Afternoon! Thank you so much for your questions. I will be more than happy to answer.

    Since it has been many number of years since I have designed this house for these homeowners, I do not have that information at my fingertips any longer. However, you can contact these individuals at their places of business who supplied the materials in question.

    Cabinet Information - Please contact Creative Kitchens 231 946 2929 and ask for Jeff Salonen

    Cabinet Hardware - Please contact Allen Supply at 231 947 7723 and ask for Julie Grames

    Thanks so much and have a great day
    Shane
Abruzzi Stone & Flooring wrote:Jan 3, 2012
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Morning,

    Thank you for the question and I am more than glad to assist you. This tile floor was individually layed out by hand. Please feel free to inquire more and I look forward to further helping you out. Have a great day!

    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
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