Contemporary BathroomFarmhouse Bathroom, Boston

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John Willi wrote:Dec 9, 2010
  • crosshaven1
    What kind of weight can that toilet take?
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    Justus Pang
    Nice bathroom/wetroom! I'm curious how much slope there is in the tile for drainage? From the picture, the slope is not very obvious.
mprocacc wrote:Oct 2, 2014
  • Nikki Longworth
    another thought is a waterproof container...
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    ZeroEnergy Design
    Great idea, thanks, a quick search shows there are many available.
crosshaven1 wrote:Jul 24, 2013
  • yvonnegammon
    Is this designed to sit on the toilet when taking a shower?
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    ZeroEnergy Design
    Typically it functions as a half bath, but it's on the first floor, right next to a possible first floor bedroom. If accessibility is need, it's designed to function as a wet room with zero thresholds for a wheelchair.
jeahere wrote:Feb 20, 2013
  • jeahere
    Only using it as a structural accent not the entire house
  • vxochilt

    Excellent choice when taking a shower and having to have a bowel movement at the same time.

tracywells wrote:Apr 13, 2012
  • marialoconte
    I just purchased these from Watertown Tile (Massachusetts). It's marble. Athens silver I believe. Using them as a fireplace surround.
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    ZeroEnergy Design
    The floor tile is Edimax Absolute Space from Geologica/Best Tile
Wendy wrote:Nov 6, 2013

What Houzz contributors are saying:

vanessa_brunner
Vanessa Brunner added this to Bath Remodeling: So, Where to Put the Toilet?Jul 17, 2013

Plan Out Your Shower FirstIf you’re planning on having a barrier-free shower near your toilet, consider installing a wall-mount toilet to make waterproofing measures simpler for your contractor.

becky
Becky Harris added this to Floor-to-Ceiling Tile Takes Bathrooms Above and BeyondOct 17, 2012

Pay attention to proportion and break up the tile accordingly. While using the same tile all over a bathroom can work, other spaces may need breaking up. In this case, the ceiling height is much greater than the width, so using a white tile overhead gave this room pleasing proportions. Bonus: Using a less expensive tile up high can keep the tile from breaking your budget.

decordemon
decordemon added this to Minimalist Living: Sterile or Stunning?Nov 4, 2010

Clearly, this lucky homeowner has a separate space for both supplies AND towel hanging. Notice how, although both in the gray family, the charcoal tone of the floor tile totally makes the wall tile appear more taupe? I love playing with gray tones, it's like retina-related magic.

becky
Becky Harris added this to BUILDING MATERIALS: Beautiful Wooden PlanksJul 13, 2010

Aren't these unique tiles that emulate the look of weathered wood planks gorgeous? Brilliant.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

sxuank
sxuank added this to BathroomsApr 29, 2019

Tile, floating toilet, contrast

chokajr
chokajr added this to Powder RoomOct 24, 2018

Edimax Absolute Space from Best Tile/Geologica http://www.besttile.com

haggartjde
haggartjde added this to Jim And Daryl HaggartMay 31, 2018

Would like it better if shower fixtures were on left wall not straight ahead, and the first seen when entering the bathroom

bigmaters
bigmaters added this to Bathroom IdeasMay 14, 2018

Plan Out Your Shower First If you’re planning on having a barrier-free shower near your toilet, consider installing a wall-mount toilet to make waterproofing measures simpler for your contractor.

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