Bragg Hill farmhouse-bathroom
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Bragg Hill Farmhouse Bathroom, Philadelphia

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Example of a country bathroom design in Philadelphia with medium tone wood cabinets and flat-panel cabinets — Houzz

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tonyarwatson wrote:
Mirror - Was the mirror actually hung using "barn door"gliding hardware and does it really move?
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Terry Duntley
The sliding mirror looks like a creative way to hide a tv.
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Rustica Hardware
Terry, good call. These are often used to hide t.v.'s. We offer a media cabinet that does just that.
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Dee Wei wrote:
Mirror - Where can I get this mirror?
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Moger Mehrhof Architects
excellent... thank you for sharing this image....
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Moger Mehrhof Architects

very cool... storage behind the mirror?

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gloss07 wrote:
The stone/tile on bathroom walls, please? Thank you
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Sam Dewick
Beautiful bathroom!
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Stacey Sonne
where is the mirror from
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gooter1020 wrote:
the vanity is exactly what we are looking for, where can I get one? - this design is pretty much what we are trying to accomplish, our wall will be stacked stone, but beyond that............LOVE the sink, can you help us locate it? thanks!
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gooter1020
thanks, are you local to philadelphia?
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digiorl
What kind of wood is used with the cabinet?
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rojoranch wrote:
What is the hardware on the cabinet. Pulls? By whom?
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Moger Mehrhof Architects
custom hardware
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stefhatch wrote:
Need help with lights - Where are those lights from?
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Moger Mehrhof Architects
Olampia lighting in NYC, good pricing and they are very respective to scale modifications. http://www.olampia.com/lamps.php?cat=chandelier&st=10
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Jen wrote:
Double vanity - Can you tell me where you purchased the vanity or was it custom made? Thank you very much.
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Andrea Woolsey wrote:
stone wall - what is the name of the stone on the wall?
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Andrea Woolsey wrote:
stone wall - what is the name of stone and source used on the wall?
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washingtoncindy wrote:
Floor tile product - So beautiful! What product was used on the floors? Ceramic, stone, concrete? Brand?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: Nestling Into the Rural Pennsylvania Landscape
The top of the fieldstone chimney is visible in the master bathroom, one floor up from the family room fireplace. The custom vanity is made from reclaimed oak beams and fitted with poured-concrete sinks. This particular wood was first used on a barn for 200 years, then used in a Main Line house for 100 years, so it’s on its third life. The mirror can slide along the barn door track. In the shower, pebble tile adds another organic element underfoot, while a window provides a view out to the valley.Sconces: O’Lampia Lighting; sliding hardware: Leatherneck Hardware

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Tiffini Bellows added this to BATH RENO FAVORITES
Love the mirror, love the vanity. Drawers in the middle instead of cabinet, Flank with cabinet to access extended storage below.
Kathy Hunter added this to Master Bath
Love this mirror and cabinet/sink

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