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sooferi wrote:May 7, 2013
  • Txjay J
    Also interested in the tile manufacturer & colour
  • Sierra Blackman

    I love how natural stone tiles look. I have always thought about getting them for my bathroom floor, but putting them in your shower almost makes it seem like you are near a waterfall. I think the earthy colors are what I like the most. Thank you for sharing. http://www.zuccari.com.au 

norgen wrote:May 31, 2011
amackjr wrote:Apr 4, 2013
  • PRO
    Rose Interiors
    Can you tell me if frameless glass is regular or starlight? 3/4 or 1/2 inch?
  • Amy Roberts
    Can you tell me if the vanity is a premade vanity or custom made? If it is premade, where can it be purchased?
solight wrote:Jan 15, 2012
  • mdempsey33
    The bath mat can be found at Crate and Barrel
  • jayoldridge
    Got mine at Ross Dress for Less.....
zebmazzymom1 wrote:Feb 25, 2013
  • alex
    marble mosaic
  • lbrew52
    Please tell me the shower head and faucet details.
crisa wrote:Feb 5, 2011
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    AMI Design
    There is no door for this design.The floor does not get wet, we made the crub a bit higher to avoid any extra water getting on the floor. The panel has a 36" W, which provides enough coverage while some one is showering.
  • caralann
    I have a similar design, but water accumulates on the curb by the glass & out onto the floor. Is the glass panel centered on the curb or to the inside? Thanks so much.
Melanie Northcutt wrote:Feb 2, 2011
Jessica linders wrote:Mar 20, 2013
  • sheilademets
    Stoneandpewteraccents.com also has prairie, many sizes to choose from and a popular color.
  • alex
    mosaic,
Debbie Basnett Interiors, LLC wrote:Feb 21, 2013
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    AMI Design
    16x16 prairie slate
  • meson02
    Who is the maker of the shower fixture?
mslis1959 wrote:Nov 12, 2012
  • jackson623
    Could someone help me find the answers to the posted questions? Thank you.
  • Shari Mayfield
    I wold like to know what the step is made of as well, but I don't know how to see where the answer was posted.
janevoight wrote:Jan 13, 2014
2534a wrote:Jan 4, 2014
  • Sam Dewick
    we don't have the exact tile but you might be interested in these
  • Jeff

    Could you also make a suggestion for the floor tile? I like that as well.

pwilkins wrote:Feb 26, 2012
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    The Shabby Nest
    Benjamin Moore's Light Breeze is a similar color.
  • pwilkins
    Thanks so much! Will go grab a paint sample :)
ektum wrote:Apr 12, 2011
  • ksds0926
    What is the size of the shower?
  • dxcess
    shower is old style?
shandrakg wrote:Jul 26, 2015
  • kathleen MK
    That looks to be all stone and with such small pieces there is more grout for traction. That grout will give mold and mildew traction if not well sealed and cleaned regularly.
Belvedere Interior & Design wrote:Jun 17, 2015
  • slbdesigns
    I have one and it's from West Elm.
chances333 wrote:May 11, 2015
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    machelle's interiors
    Is there a door or just a panel? How much was the glass? Thxs
hmarney wrote:Feb 22, 2015
  • PRO
    Tile Designs By Fina
    Tile is from Stone and pewter accents. Slate and glass combo. Looks like the color Prairie to me
furniture01 wrote:Oct 28, 2013
  • Sam Dewick
    Probably not as efficient as a wall with a backsplash because the backsplash will protect the wall from water but sometimes a backsplash might interfere with the design (from a designer's perspective..)
tripcrashton wrote:Jun 22, 2013
  • wastrox
    The people who did our gutters gave e an outrageous quote for underneath our deck. Sorry idiot have a suggestion for you but look forward to hearing others'ideas.
donnask1 wrote:Jan 12, 2013
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    Native Trails
    Hi donnask1,

    Thank you for your kind words. You're correct, this is our Cuzco Vanity, which comes in 24", 30" and 36" sizes. Perhaps you could consider two together?

    Best of wishes in your design!
Dawn Edinboro wrote:Aug 11, 2012
  • suzyhomemaker
    Burlington Tan by Benjamin Moore is very similar. It is more gold than tan but very warm and beautiful.
Greg Starnes wrote:Apr 16, 2012
  • carmelaami
    The shower head is made by Sigma
Greg Starnes wrote:Apr 16, 2012
alfie68 wrote:Jun 24, 2011
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    Kelly Porter
    Echelon Ecru 7574 by Sherwin-Williams is a similar color to try.
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                                                  What Houzz contributors are saying:

                                                  johnfrwhipple
                                                  By Any Design Ltd. added this to Convert Your Tub Space to a Shower — the Planning PhaseFeb 10, 2013

                                                  Take out the door if it’s causing problems. Who says you need a door anyway? And look into heated floors if you decide not to have a shower door. Floor heat is very good at keeping the bathroom floor dry in addition to warm.Tip: If you plan to have a doorless shower, you’ll need to be extra careful when using a handheld shower fixture. A fixed showerhead or rain head (such as the one in this photo) will keep the water inside the new shower.More tips on working with a doorless shower

                                                  vanessa_brunner
                                                  Vanessa Brunner added this to Readers' Choice: The Top 20 Bathrooms of 2011Dec 22, 2011

                                                  6. Houzz users loved the mosaic-style stone tiles on the shower wall in this bathroom. The large rainfall showerhead was another draw, especially when paired with the traditional dark fixtures.

                                                  debbiesnider
                                                  Debbie Snider added this to Inspiring Materials: Slate TileJul 2, 2011

                                                  Shower wall. A neutral blend of mesh-mounted tile adds visual and tactual texture to these shower walls, and it extends onto the floor, continuing the look. This one is a staggered random stone tile called Falling Water, named after Frank Lloyd Wright's masterpiece built over a waterfall. From Stone and Pewter Accents, it can be purchased at Artistic Tile and Stone. Larger coordinating tile covers the rest of the floor.

                                                  debbiesnider
                                                  Debbie Snider added this to What to Use for the Shower FloorFeb 4, 2011

                                                  If the shower wall tile is suitable, bring it all the way down to the floor for a clean, uninterrupted look. This one is a staggered random stone tile called Falling Water from Stone and Pewter Accents. It can be purchased at Artistic Tile and Stone.

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                                                  cathy_jones25
                                                  Cathy Jones added this to Cathy's ideasAug 25, 2019

                                                  White toilet with brown everything else.

                                                  sagusta
                                                  sagusta added this to Master BathroomAug 24, 2019

                                                  shows shift of painted wall to shower

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