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Baldwin residence Contemporary Bathroom, DC Metro

I designed this contemporary custom vanity to coordinate with the mahogany used throughout the house. I ordered the beautiful slabs behind the vanity from vendors/friends that New Ravenna has worked with for years. See this link for more info: http://www.newravenna.com/the-perfect-tubshower-alcove-or-how-to-get-your-daughter-to-want-to-take-a-bath/
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Bathroom - contemporary blue tile and stone slab bathroom idea in DC Metro with wood countertops and brown countertops — Houzz

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Brian Childs wrote:
Are the 2 slabs still available?
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laumuzza
Hello did you find anything similar to the slabs you had? Inetrested. Thanks
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Sara Baldwin Design
Try calling marble systems in Fairfax, VA. They have similar quartzite slabs regularly. Good luck!
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Kenneth Rowley wrote:
Quartzite Slabs - Can you send details of the slabs you have? Dimensions, photos, price general location of I can determine shipping... thanks.
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daisysabbagh1987

what are the sizes that you have?


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guddi19
in Chicago do you still have slabs?
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Crunch Salon wrote:
Sink Base Dimensions and Sink Size - Thank you for sharing this beautiful composition! Could you please share the dimension of the sink base and sink. Thank you.
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PoshHaus
Works great in that space. Wonder what brand?
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Av V
like the use of a single material for the wall that is watertproof and decorative
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barneylikesit wrote:
Medicine Cabinet - Sara, congratulations on a great bathroom. Would it be possible for you to share with me the manufacturer of the medicine cabinet? Thanks!
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N Levine
Hello, we could not find a medicine cabinet to fit our space so we had a cabinet maker make 3 boxes, joined them together then had mirrors made to the shape we wanted. Wonder if that would work for you?
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barneylikesit

Thanks N Levine, sounds like it worked it really well for you and your client.

Best,

Mike

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A+++ wrote:
I'm interested. How much and where are you located?
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Sara Baldwin Design

I am so sorry, we are all sold out! contact Marble Systems in Fairfax Virginia for some nice quartzite slabs if you need them. Last time i was up there they had a few.


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dcombe

DO YOU KNOW ANYONE INCALIFORNIA THAT WOULD HAVE THESE? quite a storm wanting those slabs you could just sell the slabs i bet

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rosedaum wrote:
Was this sink base custom made? If not, where was this purchased?
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Paul Anater
Yes, that is a custom piece.
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dannyny
amazing!! i love this
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David S wrote:
Slabs - Hi do you have any slabs left?
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M K
Interested in the quartzite slabs- what size available?
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elegant61 wrote:
Quartzite still avail? - If quartzite is still available, what are the slab sizes & prices?
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Sara Baldwin Design
I am sorry, I have sold all the slabs. You might try Marble Systems in Fairfax, Virginia. Last time I was there I noticed they had a few slabs that were similar. Good luck!
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lutermanz wrote:
Mirror - Is this mirror custom? Dimensions?
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Sara Baldwin Design
This is a custom mirror cabinet that I designed--it sits on the wall, the box is 1 x 4-ish mahogany, and the mirror floats on top.
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saskiaf wrote:
what color marble is it?
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motherbear
Quartzite Aurora is a sub-category of Blue Macaubas, a quartzite from Brazil. It is practically indestructible...click "more info"...u will see that item is tagged & u can read other Qs & As.
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Jill Balli wrote:
what sink and faucet is this
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skyria1 wrote:
Hello Sara, I am interested in the large slabs, do you still have them? If so what size are they and how much do you want for them? Please contact me at spk_24@hotmail.com ~Best regards, Stacey
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Sara Baldwin Design
I apologize for being so elusive--I didn't realize I needed to check comments for questions! Yes, I still have a few slabs available. Call New Ravenna at 757-442-3379 and ask for Courtney if you are interested. Thank you!
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Pegeen Hanrahan wrote:
Dear Ms. Baldwin - Do you still have this wall slab available, and, if so, can you let me know the approximate cost? Thanks! M. Malone, mevyleen@aol.com
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bepsf
You would need to contact a
Local stone vendor to select a stone
Slab for your home.
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turbo508 wrote:
Is this quartzite still available and what size - What are the sizes you have if you have any pieces left?
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Cris Lungu wrote:
How much forna slab and where are they? - How much forna slab and where are they?
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Crazy Eight wrote:
Where can I find that wood vanity stand? - The simple wood vanity stand is exceptional. Where can i find this piece?
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lorriellum wrote:
Bath wall slab - Hi, I am interested in your wall slabs. What size do you have and how much are they?
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Matt Davis wrote:
Gorgeous wall! - What sizes of slabs do you still have and where are you located? Thanks!
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Natalie Proctor Designs wrote:
Where are you located? What is cost? - Where?
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Maggie Hauptman wrote:
Where are u located and what size are the slabs? Cost? - Where/size/cost?
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danceofrebirth wrote:
Stone slabs - Are they still available?
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yaelea wrote:
What brand is the sink?
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stevebryant2013 wrote:
How much for the slabs? - How big and how much?
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Vanessa Hwang wrote:
Hi may I know the price please and the look thank you so much for your
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29catalina wrote:
Slabs - Where are the slabs located?
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mikescanlon wrote:
Re your Quartz slabs - You mentioned you had some slabs left over. Do you still have any left. I'm looking for around 80 sq ft. Thanks in advance
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carole47 wrote:
Where can I purchase the roller shades?
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huztin wrote:
Slabs - How much are u selling them for?
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A+++ wrote:
I'm interested. How much and where are you located?
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elegant61 wrote:
Quartzite avail? - How much per slab & what are their sizes?
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elegant61 wrote:
Quartzite still avail? - If quartzite is still available, what are the slab sizes & prices?
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elegant61 wrote:
Quartzite still avail? - If quartzite is still available, what are the slab sizes & prices?
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aesfpcbs wrote:
I love this quartzite - I'd like to hear more details about your slabs. Can you please contact me? Or would you give me your contact info? Thanks
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aesfpcbs wrote:
I love this quartzite - I'd like to hear more details about your slabs. Can you please contact me? Or would you give me your contact info? Thanks
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boxty wrote:
Where did you get that interesting vanity?
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bhavan_1010 wrote:
Thickness of wood countertop - Hi, How thick is the wooden countertop? Thank you.
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C F wrote:
Toilet make and model? - Hi! Do you have the details on where to get the toilet pictured?
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jenjensen5 wrote:
Hi. It's beautiful, is it still available? - Hi. It's beautiful, is it still available?
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tutuvel wrote:
Do you have Quartzite Blue Aurora Slabs
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CASA di LINO wrote:
Stone availability - Hello. Do you still have some stone left?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Paul Anater added this to Your Kitchen: 10 Great Alternatives to Granite Counters
Wood works in bathrooms, too, as this mahogany beauty shows eloquently. This is a beautiful bathroom for any number of reasons, but I love that the designer used wood for the counter and sheathed the wall in Blue Macauba quartzite. That quartzite makes an attractive counter as well but on a wall it takes on the air of a landscape painting.
Vanessa Brunner added this to House Planning: 6 Elements of a Pretty Powder Room
Vessel sinks (sinks that sit on top of a counter) are a design element unto themselves — even the most basic designs stand out. Sinks that are so strong in design tend to work well in powder rooms that are a bit more muted in style. They can restrict counter space though, so a shelving element hidden behind a mirror, or even a small rolling caddy might be necessary.
Shawn Gauthier added this to Unexpected Style for Your Wall
Marble. Marble floors always seem to steal the show. Why not a marble wall? The natural veining and color variation of the marble turns the wall into a statement mural.
Scheer & Co. Interior Design added this to Sink Pipes Worth Seeing
Modern. This bathroom is highly successful in many respects, but while most people have focused on the Blue Macauba quartzite wall, I can't get enough of that sleek, modern p-trap! WS Bath Collection has a great looking option in their Linea line.
Scheer & Co. Interior Design added this to Turn a Wall into a Window with the Magic of Scenic Wallpaper
Afraid a wallpaper will just peel off in a bathroom? A "scenic" stone is a wonderful alternative. Quartzite Aurora is a subcategory of Blue Macaubas, a quartzite from Brazil. It is practically indestructible.More: Browse wallpaper patterns in the Houzz Products section
Melissa Alvarado Sierra added this to 10 Ingredients for a Sleek Bathroom
7. Add color with materials, not paint. If you want to add a dramatic flair to your sleek bathroom, choose colored stones for your walls or floor. Here, a marble material called Blue Lighting creates a striking background.
Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR added this to Design an Easy-Clean Bathroom
Just say no to grout. Scrubbing grout lines has to be one of the least favorite chores when cleaning a bathroom. Using solid-surface choices for your walls will save a lot of elbow grease. Stone slabs have few seam lines, and they are very thin.
Lisa Frederick added this to So Your Style Is: Minimalist
Style Secret: Bare WindowsWe hardly even need to say this, but fussy draperies and flouncy shades make a minimalist room feel way overdressed. Keep windows unadorned and let their simple architecture shine. If privacy is a concern, consider textured glass or apply a translucent film to screen out curious gazes. Softer side: Can't bear to leave your windows totally naked? If you must add a window treatment of some sort, make it as elemental as possible, such as matchstick blinds or a sleek roller shade. If the rest of your space is very streamlined, you might be able to pull off plain curtain panels, but be sure they're made of a solid fabric in a color that won't stop the eye.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

dmikola added this to dmikola's Ideas
Love the blue Maccabaeus quartzite

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