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Bathroom - transitional marble tile bathroom idea in DC Metro with marble countertops and a vessel sink

Alexandria ResidenceTransitional Bathroom, DC Metro

Our client wanted a clean and classic Master Bath Suite. Initially, I designed 3 different options, but option 1 was a home run for the client and also my favorite based on thier wishlist. The vanity and mirror are custom made for the space with a 12 step dark stain process that allows the depth of the grain to show through. It took about 10 sample runs to get the finish just right, not too red and not too dark. We built the massive mirror to "float" off the wall so that it would visually lighten the space. The shower glass was detailed so that it appears seamless against the shower bench. We used Carerra marble throughout.

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ninac wrote:Feb 14, 2012
angelpatel wrote:Mar 4, 2013
judygibala wrote:Mar 22, 2012
  • aiden7
    Where can I buy the vanity
  • mtngirl1960
    Cabinet World Pittsburgh, PA
Whitney Huerta wrote:Jan 21, 2015
  • Kim Cicarelli

    Please do tell us the brand and name of the paint?

  • llennek
    It looks similar to Revere Pewter...
Carol Nicholson wrote:Nov 8, 2012
  • lshefa
    I really like this paint color. Can you tell me the color and company?
    thx!
  • laurihkahn
    Was the vanity custom-made? If not, who is the manufacturer?
Lance Bentley wrote:Oct 19, 2011
trecko24 wrote:May 2, 2014
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    thebuilderdepot

    afejeran

    Specifically it is Bianco Carrara 8x16" on the floor and 6x12" on the wall.

    Prices in the market vary significantly. As we are seeing by the reviews customer are leaving.

    Carrara Bianco Honed 6x12" currently $8.00 a square foot. (Also available in Polished).

    Our Carrara Bianco Collection has over 80 formats.

    Prices at Brick and Mortar Boutique Tile Stores are stuck with a lot of overhead and supply chain costs which they have to pass onto the consumer, making their prices twice the cost of ours.

    Carrara Bianco 8x16" Honed for $8.95 a square foot (also available in polished).


    Hopefully this provides a good base for looking at prices and quality.

  • angelique jackson

    hi, can you provide the paint color?

easyhill wrote:Dec 20, 2013
  • efasano10

    So which grade was used here as i see the veining in some pieces and its subtle in others. Is this the C grade? I would like to do 12X12 honed on my floors and maybe a 3X6 or 4X8 behind my bathtub in my guest bathroom. I don't want the veins to look too busy.

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    thebuilderdepot

    Hi efasano10,

    It is quite difficult to be 100% sure, but to me that looks like 'C' grade. We have the sizes you mention in two collections, I would take a look at our room scene page on our blog and take it from there.

    Personally I am on the same side as you, I do not like things to look too busy. It was for that reason (as we all agreed the same) that we created an exclusive collection called Carrara Venato by selecting specific blocks and working with quarries. We wanted a white base but not a busy look, and yet still we wanted some veining. In was a tall order but I think we have done well creating something that fits close to that description. Nothing is exact in Natural Stone.

    However if you have a very specific look you need. Something you have seen and you need it to look exactly like that and you have no tolerance for anything either side of your 'dream' then I recommend going to a retail store. There you can work with someone face-to-face and pick out the tiles you need, reject others and take them home.

    Thank you

    The Builder Depot


    Carrara Venato 6x12" Subway Tile $8.00 a Square Foot installed in a Herringbone format. Not easy to do. You have to over order if you plan on creating a Herringbone pattern out of loose tiles. Better to send us an email about it so we can work with you.

    Carrara Venato 3x6" Honed Subway Tile $7.00 a Square Foot also available in Polished

    Carrara Venato 12x24" Subway Tile $9.95 a Square Foot and 1x3" Stacked Mosaic Tile used on the floor for $11.15 a Square Foot.

    Carrara Venato 3x6" Polished Subway Tile Backsplash $7.00 a Square Foot

logdog wrote:May 17, 2013
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    Ebanisteria Gambella
    I'm an italian furniture maker. I am able to customize it :)
    If you are interested I'm able to ship to US, Canada and Europe.
  • Linda Chiango O'sullivan
    I like this vanity. What is the approximate cost?
Michele Kohari wrote:May 30, 2012
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    Custom Home Planning Center
    Facing up is better than down. It still is not enough lumins to properly light a face for make up or shaving.
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    Design Intervention


    Master Bath Remodel · More Info

    A good rule of thumb when hanging a wall sconce is to have the middle of the fixture sit 60 inches above the floor. Every scenario is different and when hanging a wall scone, it is important to find a level that will allow the majority of the people in the particular space to enjoy the lighting from their normal positions, without suffering from the glare of an exposed bulb. If the room is used generally for sitting like a dining room, then it is best to place the sconce at a position whereby the majority of people sitting in that room cannot see the light source (bulbs) and suffer from glare. It is always important to place it comfortable as it relates to your eye level.


laurielocey wrote:Apr 3, 2012
  • KellieM
    You could get a similar look with StonePeak's Raja Series in Himachal White. This is a porcelain tile, but looks very much like this picture.
  • afejeran
    Designer states that they used Carrera Marble throughout.
corralescarlos wrote:Nov 23, 2013
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    le blanc kitchens
    custom built judging from the height of the bowls its about 32
  • Collette Uwineza
    I love the work you did its looking good!
dvalentin2 wrote:Apr 13, 2013
  • dipoohw
    My bath is similar to this one: dark cabinets, marble tile for floor, shower, and soaking tub. Question is I'm not sure what to paint the wall? I want more neutrals so the color scheme can be changed just by changing out a picture, vases, towels etc. I like gray..but not sure how dark or light to go. I will be buying benjamin paints....Any suggestions out there?
  • marylehman13
    I used BM Pale Smoke chosen by my decorator to blend the grays, whites and neutrals and it turned out amazing. Soft blue gray, very calming feel.
davidowen wu wrote:Jul 10, 2012
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    Plan Design Decorate
    xinwo, are you trying to recreate this space for your self?
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    Vikrant Sharma Homez
    Yes, it can be achieved (diy) if you know plumbing , tiling ,stone laying and things like these then its Achievable ! Good Luck .
hmoss44 wrote:Jul 24, 2012
  • lisatanen
    I love the classic lines and blend of modern and old. please tell me what kind of tile is on the floor, is it a natural stone?
  • afejeran
    Designer states that they used Carrera Marble throughout.
kfalbo wrote:May 30, 2012
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    The Shabby Nest
    Valspar's Notre Dame is a similar color.
  • jessicagriffin
    sherwin williams repose gray is very similar. It can appear gray or beige depending on it's surroundings. I have it in my master bedroom and am debating on choosing it for my bath as well.
kmg4791 wrote:Mar 8, 2012
  • Emily H
    They look like they could be.
  • afejeran
    Designer states that they used Carrera Marble throughout.
pasqua wrote:Feb 6, 2012
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    Lori Shaffer
    It's Carrera Marble flooring. Pretty common stuff, make sure you have see a sample of the tile with your grout color. I prefer using a white that leans towards gray, however some off whites lean towards yellow. It's always best to do a sample.
  • pasqua
    Thank you, Lori, I really apreciate your response. Now I can go forward and thanks for the tip on the grout; I would never have known what to use.
jtsol717 wrote:May 18, 2011
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    DeCocco Design
    If it's not black, then it's probably espresso. Love that great big framed mirror. Anyone can do that right over their own!
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    Lori Shaffer
    It is a multi-step stain process that we used. It was tough to get just the right finish. We found using a wood dye, then stain allowed the grain to show through yet gave us that rich deep espresso color we were going for.
jtsol717 wrote:May 18, 2011
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    Kelly Porter
    Popular Gray 6071 by Sherwin-Williams is a close match.
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    Lori Shaffer
    I dont remember specifically the color of gray selected. Gray especially can lean toward lavender depending on what's in the room, but more importantly the natural light. I would definitely recommend buying samples of different colors and trying them out before you commit.
karrobcrosby wrote:Mar 16, 2016
salicatti wrote:Feb 11, 2016
Jeremy Dillman wrote:May 24, 2014
  • mikeellisut

    Take one photo looking at the mirror, take another photo standing in front of the mirror looking away from it. Photoshop the second photo into the mirror area, or at least the area where your face is. Pretty easy.

kkcampbell wrote:Jul 12, 2012
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    lisa furey interiors
    I do not recommend polished tiles for floors in wet areas - a little bit slippery unless they are treated.
kkcampbell wrote:Jul 12, 2012
  • afejeran
    Designer states that they used Carrera Marble throughout.
tatcar wrote:Mar 25, 2012
  • lmzeee
    What is the length of the mirror and cabinet?
MG Plumbing Inc wrote:Feb 13, 2012
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    JP | Architect
    Are your clients vertically challenged? Or was this expensive bathroom made for kids?
itopiler wrote:Jul 28, 2011
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    Niki Papadopoulos
    Statuary Marble is basically Cararra's sister, they are mined in the same place in Italy. You can usually tell the who apart because Statuary usually has a brighter white background with more distinctive grey veining, where Cararra can appear to have a more grey body with charcoal veins. It's a bit hard to tell in this photo but I am going to guess this is Cararra since overall it seems to have a bit more grey going on and looks a bit more consistent. Hope this helps!

    Statuary White Vanity · More Info


    Carrara Marble · More Info
Brad Ward wrote:Jun 9, 2011
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    Lori Shaffer
    The vanity was custom built by an incredibly talented woodworker. It is made of solid cherry with a labor intensive espresso stain. I designed the vanity because I couldn't find anything that was off the shelf that had the look the client and I wanted. Restoration Hardware now sells similar styles, so I suggest you check there. Best of Luck!
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                                    What Houzz contributors are saying:

                                    nataliemyers
                                    Natalie Myers added this to Singular Double-Vanity BathroomsFeb 22, 2012

                                    Some elements to keep in mind when designing your double vanity are symmetry, ample counter space between sinks, a large mirror spanning both sinks (or one mirror over each sink) and lighting.

                                    shawngauthier
                                    Shawn Gauthier added this to 12 Tricks for Updating the BathroomJan 7, 2012

                                    Swap out your mirror. Mirrors can make a big difference in any room, but they are particularly important in the bathroom, as they need to be highly functional yet also in line with the overall décor. Make sure yours is large enough for everyday tasks like shaving and applying makeup, but also check to see if it fits appropriately in the space allotted and matches the bathroom’s scheme. If not, it may be time for something new.

                                    vanessa_brunner
                                    Vanessa Brunner added this to Readers' Choice: The Top 20 Bathrooms of 2011Dec 22, 2011

                                    8. Using one big mirror instead of two smaller ones gives this bathroom a punch of subtle style. Users bookmarked this photo for the modern vessel sinks and the black wood vanity.

                                    bethdotolo
                                    Beth Dotolo, ASID, RID, NCIDQ added this to Bathroom Trends: Open Vanity StorageJul 2, 2011

                                    If you have a long open run, adding some symmetry will help to create an organized and balanced look to the space. Folded towels help to soften the space creating added warmth and visual comfort.

                                    What Houzzers are commenting on:

                                    mariannries5
                                    MARIANN RIES added this to mariannries5's ideasMay 5, 2019

                                    single mirror with lights on side lights

                                    leighfitzpatrick1
                                    leighfitzpatrick1 added this to leighfitzpatrick1's ideasApr 30, 2019

                                    Black framed mirror. Rectangular sinks

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