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Delancey Street LoftIndustrial Bathroom, San Francisco

Urban gray tile pebble tile floor alcove shower photo in San Francisco with gray walls —  Houzz
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nlpd wrote:Jan 24, 2015
  • liz wiener

    did anyone ever answer what the shower walls are ??

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    I for Color
    Shower wall material?
Natasha wrote:Aug 15, 2014
  • Maria Pappano

    Hi! I'm trying to have my builder put in a cement shower. He's never seen them before though. Can you tell me where you got the resources and information for making a shower like this? I'd appreciate any info available. Thanks very much! Maria

  • Courtney Tremblay

    Hello love this shower and would love to know more about how your attained this finish on the walls I love it and want to have my contractor do this in my new master bath

gangat1 wrote:Dec 10, 2014
  • Ali Grant

    I'd love to know too. Man, the silence is heartbreaking! lol

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    Krisanna Mack Art

    I believe this is eco stucco in the Moroccan style tradition of tadilakt. I think you can add pigment as well...

Tracy Anramowit wrote:Sep 24, 2014
  • mitchel13

    Did you go with stainless or bronze shower head etc. I am doing a black concrete vessel sink.. Is this concrete one solid peace?

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    Melissa Winn Interiors

    we did stainless fixtures.

reenie53 wrote:Aug 31, 2014
  • treitz
    Love the pebbled look!
Laura Pogges wrote:Jan 30, 2016
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    Zen Paradise, Inc.

    Pebble tiles are made by pebbles that are hand harvested from islands throughout Indonesia. They are installed like a tile. The interlocking shape of the tiles create a seamless pebble floor finish. The pebbles are available in natural and sliced or flat finish as well as a number of colors.

  • pauline deardorff

    size of bathroom?

Kelly R wrote:May 11, 2017
  • Genae Sweet

    I love this shower and want to redo mine please put in touch with who you used or the materials and process you used. It looks like concrete.

    Thank you,


Anna Hardison wrote:Sep 8, 2017
    nordquist82 wrote:Feb 15, 2017
      liz wiener wrote:Jan 20, 2017

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        Sam Ferris added this to Your Guide to Shower FloorsFeb 3, 2016

        Flat-surface pebbles are a viable solution if you’re keen on the look but are worried about how regular pebbles will feel on your feet, though you’ll still have to clean the grout.More on Houzz20 Sensational New ShowersPhoto Flip: 50 Showers That Create a SplashFind bathroom remodelers near youShop for bathroom tile

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        Michelle Martin added this to Bathroom IdeabookJun 11, 2019

        Is that concrete? Love the lack of tile, the pebble floor, bench, but need bigger shelved! But a bit dark...

        Pflug Family added this to master bathJun 3, 2019

        really like the shower wall. the stone floor is nice but maybe a bigger stone size?

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