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Bathroom - mid-sized beach style blue tile blue floor and ceramic floor bathroom idea in Austin with an undermount sink, shaker cabinets, white cabinets, a one-piece toilet, blue walls, engineered quartz countertops and brown countertops —  Houzz
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Brenda Lathan wrote:Mar 2, 2013
vczecho wrote:Jun 14, 2013
Lori Hunt wrote:Aug 8, 2012
torreyjenkins wrote:Jul 31, 2013
  • Alotta Miles

    Paint color looks like a powder blue in the picture not a touch of gray that I can see.

  • Megan Kline
    Posted earlier: “Parma Gray 27 by Farrow & Ball.”
kaconsite wrote:Mar 5, 2012
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    Courtney Blanton Interiors, CID
    This job was completed over a year ago. If it is not available at Circa any longer, then you can look up Visual Comfort Lighting: Visual Comfort Studio Sandy Chapman Boston Functional Library Light and you will find it. Thanks.
  • kaconsite
    Thank you!
dulkinys wrote:Jan 6, 2013
  • elu_or
    What color is the white paint?
  • PRO
    Courtney Blanton Interiors, CID
    We matched it to the recessed cabinet which was purchased from Restoration Hardware.
snavelorac wrote:Oct 11, 2012
rdhjulie wrote:Aug 19, 2012
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    Courtney Blanton Interiors, CID
    I think that's correct. I paint my cabinets and trims (beadboard, baseboard, crown molding, doors, windows, etc.) the same color. Happy designing!
  • nanagof4
    and what color is it
pregan6469 wrote:Feb 18, 2012
  • Jenny Graber
    I had no idea about the poster board trick?! I am in the process of picking out a paint color for our Master Bath. I'm surprised the paint color in this picture has a gray name when it looks so blue in the photo.
  • PRO
    Courtney Blanton Interiors, CID
    Hello,

    It is Parma Gray 27 by Farrow & Ball. The most important thing to remember about paint is that it looks different from room to room because of light and what it is reflecting. It is always best to get a large poster board and paint it the color you are thinking about. You can move the poster board around the room to see what it looks like in different lighting. Also, if you paint samples on the wall you are liable to paint it gloppier than a painter would. When you try and paint on top of a sample it is raised and weird-looking on that one spot.

    Thank you for inquiring.

    Courtney
mimi12345 wrote:Feb 5, 2012
  • mimi12345
    Thank you for quick reply! Will check them out! :)
  • Colleen Ferguson_Paradis
    me too! was gonna go with octagon but this is awesome. of course , the price might deter me, but just what i am looking for!
smba wrote:Jan 9, 2012
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    Courtney Blanton Interiors, CID
    Hello,

    The mirrors are recessed medicine cabinets from Restoration Hardware. Thank you for the nice compliments!

    Best,

    Courtney Blanton
  • cbrash
    i LOVE restoration hardware! Thanks
karenpittman wrote:Aug 16, 2013
msellis wrote:Feb 11, 2013
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    Courtney Blanton Interiors, CID
    Unfortunately, I don't know. We bought it from a tile store that has since closed its doors. Thanks, and happy designing!
  • rnjanke
    It looks like hand painted cement tile...there are quite a few websites that will pop up if you google it. Very durable...seems to run about $6/tile.
jenmax wrote:Jan 17, 2013
andreatmccallum wrote:Jan 10, 2013
tfharvey wrote:Jan 4, 2013
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    Courtney Blanton Interiors, CID
    It is Parma Gray by Farrow & Ball. Thanks for your inquiry. Happy designing!
  • Patricia Santoro
    Hello can you tell me what color you painted the wainscot. I am having mine installed and would love a similar color. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.thank you
weinstocks wrote:Jan 3, 2013
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    Courtney Blanton Interiors, CID
    This job was completed over a year ago. If it is not available at Circa any longer, then you can look up Visual Comfort Lighting: Visual Comfort Studio Sandy Chapman Boston Functional Library Light and you will find it. Thanks.
  • weinstocks
    thanks! i love visual comfort!
cillah wrote:Aug 1, 2012
  • fshel33
    Has anyone responded with size? I believe this looks similar to mine and need to know in order to begun planning a similar remodel. Thanks.
  • PRO
    Courtney Blanton Interiors, CID
    It is 6'-4". It is custom. You just want to make sure you have enough clearance for what ever is going on either side of it. For the toilet I gave 36" between the wall and vanity.
lovit wrote:Jun 10, 2012
erikanc wrote:May 29, 2012
Kathy W 16 wrote:May 9, 2012
jodyks wrote:Mar 10, 2012
Meghan Berglind wrote:Jan 8, 2012
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Leia Spencer wrote:Jun 10, 2015
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    Courtney Blanton Interiors, CID

    Hello. I have answered this question in the past. They are tiles. I don't know the make and model. I got them from a place that is no longer in business. Thanks and happy designing!

aschrager wrote:Mar 10, 2015
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Alexandra Rae Design wrote:Sep 11, 2013
bino1965 wrote:May 21, 2013
andreatmccallum wrote:Jan 10, 2013
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    Courtney Blanton Interiors, CID
    You could put one in the center that tilts out, but it will take up a lot of space. Is there room for one in a linen closet?
danacohen wrote:Dec 22, 2012
949alison wrote:Oct 16, 2012
dbkter45 wrote:Jul 22, 2012
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    Courtney Blanton Interiors, CID
    It is from a local tile store. I'm not sure of the name of the maker. It is from a series of Greek tile patterns. Country Floors carries a lot of these patterns. Happy designing!
redsloane wrote:Jul 18, 2012
blackchamois wrote:May 24, 2012
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    Courtney Blanton Interiors, CID
    I typically use Swiss Coffee for cabinetry color as well as passage doors and all trim. I almost always buy my hardware from Restoration Hardware. Happy designing!
jodyks wrote:Mar 10, 2012
ellensue74 wrote:Jan 28, 2012
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    Courtney Blanton Interiors, CID
    Caesarstone. I think the color is Mocha. Thanks for the question. Good luck with your project!

    Take care,

    Courtney Blanton
27rallen wrote:Mar 16, 2015
    Michelle wrote:Jun 3, 2014

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      danyelle
      Danyelle Mathews added this to The Family Home: Kid-Friendly BathroomsFeb 28, 2012

      6. Install wainscoting. You probably already know how rough children can be on walls, especially in tight places. Installing wainscoting not only will help protect your sheetrock from dents and scratches, but it will add character to the space.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      nycrob
      nycrob added this to Lake House Bathroom40 minutes ago

      Maybe Wainscot in the hall bath? Not this high up though

      cindy_caid
      Cindy Caid added this to Bathroom Vanity/Lighting/MirrorsJun 22, 2019

      Could Lonnie build us medicine cabinets over sinks?

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