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Example of a mountain style bathroom design in Other — Houzz

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Robin Yurk wrote:
Have barn boards in my house - Is there any finish that can be applied to seal wood? Is this cabinet left plain?
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Robin Yurk
Thank you for the info. I'm a bit afraid about the wire brush part, i didn't get gentlysilvered boards for my cabinet but 200 year old boards, worried that wire brush will turn the outside ridges to dust!
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Bauhaus Craftsman, Inc
The wire brush is used to get 200 years of dirt off and get rid of some of the splinters. If you don't think a wire brush will work then maybe a palm sander (slow) or orbital with 220 grit and a light touch can clean things up pretty well.
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rothenbergjmr wrote:
The floor - Can you tell me about the floor? Materials, name of pattern? Manufacturer? Tile color names? Thanks!
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Studio Marler

The tile was chosen by the client, but I believe that this is available through Walker-Zanger in San Francisco. They are great to work with. Lisa


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Walker Zanger

This looks like it is from our Tribeca collection. You can view it online here: http://walkerzanger.com/collections/products.php?view=mat&mat=Stone%20Mosaic&coll=Tribeca

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Cheryl Taverna wrote:
Fab bath! - Could you tell me how you achieved the pull out shelf? Does one buy the unit and then encase it in the cabinet and buy a door for it? Am trying to achieve this in my bath and would appreciate any guidance you can offer!
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MC Design LLC

Rev-a-shelf sells this unit. Your cabinet maker will order it from them and then install it at the time they install the vanity. This is a custom job.

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Cheryl Taverna

Thank you!!!!!

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brookmeiling wrote:
What company makes the bath vanity?
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Studio Marler
We did. This is a Studio Marler, Wm.B. Line Custom Vanity we recycled wood doors and drawer fronts. We ship throughout the U.S.
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agmay
Do you vacuum them? No, seriously. Sealed?
Love contrasting materials.
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karenanne9 wrote:
who makes the cabinet pulls? thanks!
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Studio Marler
The client got them, so I'm not sure. There is a company called Rocky Mountain Hardware that carries something similar.
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inkwitch wrote:
How were these cabinet doors achieved? Is it custom from reclaimed wood?
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motherbear
Per the manufacturer...

Studio Marler

We did. This is a Studio Marler, Wm.B. Line Custom Vanity we recycled wood doors and drawer fronts. We ship throughout the U.S.

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Caitlin Turner wrote:
Love the knobs, where are they from?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Scheer & Co. Interior Design added this to Kitchen Storage Solutions Hide and Keep
Rollout spice drawers are an effective, efficient use of space. Dress them up with unique hardware (and custom door fronts), as shown in this design, and you've got yourself what looks like beautiful built-in furniture.
Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Elements of a Dream Master Bath
Sneaky storage. If you are redoing the whole bathroom, you may as well give some thought to your storage options — things have evolved since the days when your only choices were pedestal sink or double vanity. Sneak in pullout shelves, wall cubbies, recessed niches and more to get exactly the right storage for your stuff.
Becky Harris added this to How to Bring the Beauty of Reclaimed Wood to the Bath
10. Pair reclaimed wood with unlacquered brass fixtures and hardware. The way the material patinates works well with the rustic look of reclaimed wood. On this vanity, Studio Marler used recycled wood for the doors and drawer fronts. Surprisingly modern storage solutions hide behind the vintage-looking facade.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Charity Wright added this to Home Design
Like the faucet coming out of the wall
Kate MacIsaac added this to master bath
drawer... want creative storage, including holders for hair tools
Connie Stevens added this to Storage
really like this type of bathroom storage

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