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Melissa Di Meglio

Inspiration for a contemporary porcelain tile bathroom remodel in Orange County with marble countertops —  Houzz
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Wadha Khaled wrote:Oct 23, 2016
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    Claudia Interior Design

    You definitely do need grout . . . unfortunately. 1/16" is really not that noticeable (mind you with a good tile installer). Your only other option are marble slabs, or porcelain slabs that are for floors.


  • Wadha Khaled
    Why are floor porcelain tiles any different? They can be done without grout?
Stacie Bourne wrote:May 15, 2013
  • nmtclose
    Thank you. It is a truly beautiful bathroom!
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    Claudia Interior Design
    Thank you very much nmtclose!
arita wrote:May 27, 2015
  • arita

    Thank you for answering me so quickly. I've been working with a Porcelanosa sales person who stated I can't get that floor tile in polished. It has to be Marmol Carrara Blanco Brillo it comes in 17X17 and 23X23- the sample has a bit of gloss (not dull) but looking closely you can tell it has a film too - I guess to prevent slipping? Did the floor tile in this picture have that bit of film too?

    I really want the polished look and will deal with slipping on my own... I even thought of buying the wall tile for the floor, but the Porcelanosa sales person tells me they don't recommend the polished wall tile for the floor because it will crack. So frustrating! Any suggestions? I appreciate your advice.

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    Claudia Interior Design

    It was was definitely polished. I remember mentioning the slip issue to my client. She didn't care. Maybe they changed that. The best way to see whether or not you like it, is to request a sample. That way you can make sure.

fairstreet wrote:Aug 12, 2014
  • JM
    I really like the look of polished floor and wall for a bathroom. However, is it safe to walk on when slightly wet?
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    Claudia Interior Design

    It depends mydearjim . . . this is a very tricky question. Yes, or course they may be slippery if you step out of the shower and your feet are wet and are not cautious. With that being said . . . my clients have two small children, they chose this floor and they most likely will make sure that if their children take a shower with them in the steam shower, that they will have towels, and slippers when they step out of the shower to make sure they will not slip. Whether polished or honed, either way, rule of thumb tile will be slippery.

arita wrote:May 29, 2015
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    Claudia Interior Design

    Item numbers may not match, or might have been changed since then . . . but this is the item number i have in my files: P18566901.

  • arita

    Thanks so much. I really appreciate it! I just checked with my sales person at Porcelanosa and she confirmed it's the same as the Mamol Carrara Blanco Brillo that I plan to get. I'll send some pictures once I've completed the project. Thanks again.

jalancas wrote:Jan 21, 2014
lovejonez wrote:Nov 10, 2013
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    Diane Kremer, ASID CID
    It looks like the same material as on the floors and walls.
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    Claudia Interior Design
    Yes, it is marble. Calacatta slabs were used for sinks/bath tub and the Steam shower seat.
Leo N. wrote:Mar 31, 2019
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    Claudia Interior Design

    Hello unfortunately I do not remember. You can contact Porcelanosa to get exact pricing though. Best, Claudia

skh1010 wrote:May 2, 2017
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    Claudia Interior Design

    The counter top is carrara marble, and the lights are George Kovacs bath bars.

computer2 wrote:Aug 17, 2016
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    Claudia Interior Design

    Hello. Dunn-Edwards Color: DE6228 Play on Gray in an eggshell finish.

Michael Rubinstein wrote:May 8, 2016
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    Claudia Interior Design

    No there weren't any problems with implementing this design. I do not remember the name of the drop in tub since my client specified it, but this particular drop in jacuzzi tub is relatively standard.

Pamela Van Valen wrote:May 6, 2016
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    Claudia Interior Design

    Hello Pamela . . . this particular porcelain tile is from Porcelanosa http://porcelanosa.com . It's called Marmol Carrera, and although it comes in various sizes, it does not come in sheets.


Giselle Signature Design wrote:Apr 4, 2016
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    Claudia Interior Design

    Hello Giselle, Those are the mini jasper pendants in clear glass, satin nickel finish and monorail mounting by LBL lighting.

Gurjit Heer Lalli wrote:Feb 6, 2016
Cynthia wrote:Dec 27, 2015
tm44ny wrote:Apr 14, 2015
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    Claudia Interior Design

    Thank you very much. It's the grout Porcelanosa sells with this particular tile . . . Grout: Colorstuk Blanco.

wendy walker wrote:Jan 9, 2015
daniellepelle wrote:Dec 6, 2014
O. D. wrote:Nov 30, 2014
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    Claudia Interior Design
    This is a custom designed vanity, custom finish, calacatta marble counter top and haefele, lucite cabinet pulls.
joey317 wrote:Nov 6, 2014
lisachip wrote:May 15, 2014
ctremper wrote:Jun 9, 2013
Bonnie Pendleton wrote:May 6, 2016

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    ashleykb23
    Ashley Houston added this to bathroom lighting13 hours ago

    I like the pendants over the tub

    laurenrothwell
    laurenrothwell added this to master bath remodelAug 27, 2019

    panel on apron of bathtub matching cabinets

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