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Contemporary Condo Contemporary Bathroom, Toronto

Brandon Barre
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Inspiration for a contemporary master gray tile bathroom remodel in Toronto with quartzite countertops — Houzz

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NOSAN VENTURES, LLC wrote:
Mirrors - Please tell mr where to purchase these mirror or who makes them
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OE Home Co.,ltd.
Hi overall size : 100x60 cm , 39x24 ''
Metal frame mirror .
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NOSAN VENTURES, LLC
Are they shiny or brushed metal. and what is the price please
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Lauren Z.Villa wrote:
Beautiful - THis is beautiful bathroom! What is the wall tile?
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Cercan Tile Inc.
Hi Zykorie,

Our Onice Series porcelain tile is very similar. Available in two colours, Gris and Perla and in 24x24" size. Photos are available on our Houzz page or our website www.cercantile.com or you can email us at sales@cercantile.com with your question and location and we can provide you with any information you like as well as some photos. Our locations are lsited on our website if you would like to visit one of our showrooms to see the tile on display or take out some samples.

Hope we can be of help, have a great day.
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jennlehr

can you tell me what color of the roberto cavalli tile this is? tanduk congillia? or multicolor?


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Pat Melvin wrote:
Where can I find that fabulous vessel sink.....
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Josie Rada
Who makes this sink? Josephine Rada
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Deb S wrote:
Lovely - Could you tell us vanity dimensions? Thank you
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bkring1 wrote:
Mirrors - Love the bathroom mirrors would you be able to tell me where I might be able to find them or similar?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to Bathroom Workbook: The Right Height for Your Sinks, Mirrors and More
In many situations a centerline can be created between the counter and the ceiling for the most symmetrical look. (Using this same centerline for sconces reinforces the effect, as seen here in one of my projects.)
Becky Harris added this to You Said It: ‘Take Things All the Way’ and More Houzz Quotables
“The height of mirrors should be based on your own height. Find an average eyeline for everyone using the mirrors and make sure this height is well within the upper and lower borders of the mirror.” — Yanic SimardWhile there are many standard measurements for bathroom features like vanity height and tub length, they are far from one-size-fits-all. Simard clues us into lots of tricky dimensional concerns you may not have thought of. This is a must-read for anyone remodeling a bathroom.Full story: Bathroom Workbook: The Right Height for Your Sinks, Mirrors and More
Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to Designer Secrets to a Perfectly Styled Bathroom
Keep a low profile. As for pieces that you want within easy reach but that don’t readily fit in baskets or bins (like a back scrubber), consider keeping them on low shelves rather than on the vanity or floating shelves. This open-front vanity lets it all hang out, but the pieces aren’t right in your eyeline, so the room doesn’t feel cluttered.
Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to How to Choose a Bathroom Mirror
Using multiple mirrors can still work even when there is only one sink. In fact, centering a mirror on the sink and then adding a second mirror symmetrical to the first can make the whole composition look more pleasingly balanced, compared with using just a single mirror.How to Find the Right Sink

What Houzzers are commenting on:

ecnarf added this to Bathrooms
Décor Show off. Once you’ve got your surfaces down to the essentials, don’t forget to include decorative pieces to keep the space from feeling purely functional. Try unexpected items like a clock, a framed picture or a jewelry box (even if it really holds cotton balls). Contemporary Bathroom by Robert Kaner Interior Design Robert Kaner Interior Design When in doubt, fresh flowers always add life to a bathroom. Use a few humble blossoms in a small vase, or add something that thrives in moisture, such as an orchid. Aim for at least a quarter of the pieces on display to be decorative rather than functional, and the look will feel “styled.” If it’s hard to reach this ratio, you probably have too many pieces.
Nansee Williams added this to nansee_williams's ideas
love this as it is one sink but two mirrors which balances the cabinet
sbool added this to Master bedroom/Closet/Bath
super cool walls and mirror placement
lindavoge added this to Bathroom Ideas
Mirror height: center of mirror is centered from counter to ceiling
Onyxe A added this to Bathroom
offset sink 2 mirrors wall sconce between
Mollie G added this to Bathroom - Master: Mirror
If you have a wide vanity, especially one with multiple sinks, you have the option of using multiple mirrors or one single mirror wide enough to service both. Of course, using a single large mirror opens up the room by reflecting more of the opposite walls. Ultimately the choice comes down to personal preference. Using multiple mirrors can still work even when there is only one sink. In fact, centering a mirror on the sink and then adding a second mirror symmetrical to the first can make the whole composition look more pleasingly balanced, compared with using just a single mirror.
tkeiter added this to Bathroom 3
Adding multiple mirrors over a vanity with one sink to the side.

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