Bellevue Bathroom ChicContemporary Bathroom, Seattle

Modern master bathroom with a double shower glass enclosure and marble tub.

Bathroom - mid-sized contemporary master ceramic tile and gray tile marble floor bathroom idea in Seattle —  Houzz
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Dynamic Capital LLC wrote:Nov 6, 2012
217edelen wrote:May 9, 2012
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    @davidtoby12 If Asking the question "Does anyone answer these questions" offends you, the move along or get a life. It wasn't selfish or self-righteous, it was fair after not having received an answer for an extended period of time. I am a person who has money to spend and is looking for ideas and ways to spend it. You don't like that, I don't care...nbd

max20molina wrote:Nov 10, 2011
  • kymw
    can you email me we are in ri looking for this wall tile
    kw@vibco.com
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    The tile is a glass cobalt grey subway tile. The homeowner purchased it somewhere in Seattle. I'm sorry I can't give more detail. Thanks for your question!

nontu wrote:Jun 24, 2012
  • Kelley Kegel
    It looks like a glass tile. I've never seen ceramic w metal back, that's interesting, wow.
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plnugget59 wrote:Sep 10, 2013
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    Does the guy who answers the questions ever fully answer the question? Come on guy, really?
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    The tile is a glass cobalt grey subway tile. The homeowner purchased it somewhere in Seattle. I'm sorry I can't give more detail. Thanks for your question!

donovanah wrote:Dec 7, 2011
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    MLW Stone
    Dishonesty was never the intention of this comment. Sometimes it can be quite hard to tell from pictures because there can be lens distortions and all types of issues. In this picture, it's pretty hard to see all the way to the floor. The intention of my comment was to offer us as a resource and nothing else. Apologies for any offense.
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    The tile is a glass cobalt grey subway tile. The homeowner purchased it somewhere in Seattle. I'm sorry I can't give more detail. Thanks for your question!

Jennifer Copeland wrote:Aug 20, 2014
bunny_foofoo wrote:Jan 15, 2012
  • marthaannellis
    we just installed the ann sacks tile mentioned above... it looks amazing. so pretty, but it looks nothing like the photo above when installed. it has square edges and it it no where near as reflective. a stunning tile still, just not the same.
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    The tile is a glass cobalt grey subway tile. The homeowner purchased it somewhere in Seattle. I'm sorry I can't give more detail. Thanks for your question!

cashhackett wrote:Nov 16, 2011
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    The tile is a glass cobalt grey subway tile. The homeowner purchased it somewhere in Seattle. I'm sorry I can't give more detail. Thanks for your question!

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debielis wrote:Nov 5, 2013
  • shuckt
    The tile was from Oregon Tile and Marble. It is Carrera Marble 1/2"x1/2" mosaic. It is true, Marbles tend to hold moisture even when properly sealed. It is pretty difficult to get "the look" without using marbles.
  • Laurie Watkins-Patrick
    what about the wall tile, can you tell me the color, size & brand. Thanks
amackjr wrote:Mar 18, 2015
  • S. B.

    What kind of tile is that on the walls ? It has a mirrored effect that I really like

  • ecourtneyw

    this is called glass subway tile

d8nvn wrote:Apr 3, 2013
  • gisj
    hi what's the entire sf for the space and what is the size of the bath only?
  • Michael Moynihan
    Yes a remote induct fan from Panasonic would work. You could have ducts for the bathroom. There is a model with over 300 cfm.
blakebobit wrote:Mar 6, 2015
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    Yes – thank you, Wm. H Fry!

  • larrylikesroses

    Come to Australia for bad exhaust fans! This one looks fine!


bradybuncha wrote:Mar 4, 2015
  • knicole795
    I would say the same size as a regular brick
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    The tile is a glass cobalt grey subway tile. The homeowner purchased it somewhere in Seattle. I'm sorry I can't give more detail. Thanks for your question!

bennerka wrote:Feb 12, 2014
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  • lisaloschiavo

    I'd like to know too

pamb11 wrote:Mar 14, 2012
  • bepsf
    Rain-X can be used on any glass surface to help minimize water spots, etc

    Otherwise plan on squeegee-ing the glass and walls every day after every shower - or have your Maid do it.
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Gail Gordon wrote:May 31, 2018
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      yellowfifi wrote:Apr 11, 2013

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        pangaea
        Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR added this to Dream Tile, Sensational StyleJul 29, 2012

        This mirror-finish tile is absolutely beautiful in a minimalist bathroom. So often, we tile around the bath or shower and then just paint the walls. Wouldn't it be great to go all the way around the room with your favorite tile? It wouldn't necessarily need to be a high-end selection, but go horizontal and a little large in scale, and set it in an offset pattern to get this look. By the way, the builder says the client purchased this tile and the project was completed some time ago, so I don't have a resource for this exact product. If any tile vendors out there recognize it, please speak up. Readers would love to know, and so would I.

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        ross_louden
        Ross Louden added this to BathroomOct 6, 2019

        Shiny effect wall would make spaces look larger

        greta130
        Brigitte Fitts added this to Master BathSep 26, 2019

        I like the back wall being of the same material, not this particular tile.

        cljoseph381
        cljoseph381 added this to Bathroom MasterSep 22, 2019

        Love love love this color and tile combo

        pamelagraceandjoy
        pamelagraceandjoy added this to Master Bath LayoutSep 7, 2019

        tile, marble surround on tub, glass to tub http://www.oregontileandmarble.com/products/glass-mosaics-tile/vetro

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