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A Sharp BathroomAsian Bathroom, Atlanta

Jeff Herr Photography

Bathroom - asian master beige tile bathroom idea in Atlanta with medium tone wood cabinets and a one-piece toilet —  Houzz
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Medford Design-Build wrote:October 12, 2015
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    Medford Design-Build

    Perfect, thank you for the response!

  • chwycole2014

    Where would I find the cool light fixtures that are above the bathtub?

lilypj wrote:August 31, 2015
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    Rabaut Design Associates, Inc.

    Thanks!! The fixtures are by Foscarini. It is part of their Gregg Suspension line. We used the large and medium sizes.

  • lilypj

    Thank you so much.

fiona4000 wrote:December 7, 2015
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      carolkern43 wrote:November 11, 2015

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        Becky Harris added this to Room of the Day: Serene Sophistication in a Master BathroomSeptember 23, 2015

        Photos by Jeff Herr PhotographyBathroom at a GlanceWhat happens here: This is the master bathroom for a couple originally from Europe.Location: AtlantaSize: 168 square feet (15.5 square meters)Designer: Rabaut Design Associates Inc.This is the view from the double pocket doors that serve as the entry to the bathroom. The existing window offered a wonderful opportunity to create symmetry. The design team placed the oval free-standing bathtub front and center, creating a focal point. Its strong curves are echoed by the light fixtures overhead. “We chose these lights to add a sense of playfulness to the room,” Rabaut says. “At the same time, they are sophisticated.” The homeowners have interesting chandeliers and other light fixtures throughout the rest of the home, so this move also created cohesion between the bathroom and the rest of the house. The team worked within the footprint of the existing bathroom, which is generous in size. “We created three distinct zones that gave it a cozier feel and made it feel symmetric,” Rabaut says.They placed an enlarged shower stall on one side of the tub and the water closet area on the other. While it wasn’t functionally necessary to repeat the glass surround next to the water closet, it reinforces the symmetry. Many careful drawings helped them strategically place all of the seams of the large-format tiles. Note the way the shower niches and the painting on the wall reinforce the symmetry as well. Bathtub: Victoria + Albert Baths; lights: Gregg Suspension line, Foscarini; landscape painting: Mel Rea via Huff Harrington

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        Kristin Anthony added this to Master Bathroom2 days ago

        statement color behind the bathtub. light wood tile in the shower

        cillibarbara1 added this to cillibarbara1's ideasDecember 29, 2019

        moulding around the boxes in shower

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