Family ShelterEclectic, Seattle

The YWCA Transitional Housing Project was 100% pro bono and was curated in the span of just 3 weeks and with challenging budget of $4500. The apartment features an entry, living/dining room, kitchenette, a very tiny bath and a shared bedroom.

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lucieschuster wrote:Jan 30, 2013
Erica Leigh wrote:Dec 4, 2014
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    Carol Johnson
    It depends on your location & whether or not you are taking a space that is not currently a bathroom.
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    Scott Neste | Minor Details Interior Design
    This was a historic building that was converted to a family shelter. They did not move any of the original plumbing around - we were simply asked to design around what was already installed. Typically we install 18" from any side wall to the center with 30" clearance in front of the toilet.
tibbitstl wrote:Jan 1, 2013
  • tibbitstl
    oh cool, thanks I'll look for it there.
  • joannacb
    Love the shower curtain too!
poneill54 wrote:Jun 11, 2013
susan_scholz wrote:May 23, 2015
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    Scott Neste | Minor Details Interior Design

    Hi -It's a porcelain mosaic tile that was discontinued several years ago. I'm sure there are other similar products available from your local tile supplier.

nancyjevens wrote:May 27, 2014
Steph Hancock wrote:Feb 14, 2014
Jennifer wrote:Oct 10, 2013
pneapple wrote:Sep 12, 2012
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    Scott Neste | Minor Details Interior Design
    Thanks for asking. This was a 100% pro bono project. Most of the materials were donated. I have no idea of the maker of the porcelain tiles. They were 1x6 ceramic, sheeted. You may try United tile, Dal Tile or Florida tile for this type of product. The floor was basic speck vinyl and was provided by the facility.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Cathy Lara added this to 5 Small Bathrooms That Stretch Design ImaginationAug 24, 2012

This small bath exudes joy. “The shower curtain, from Target, makes me smile each time I look at it,” says interior designer Scott Neste. It’s the ideal illustration to look at, at the start of a fresh day.” Beautify your bathroom with a new shower curtain Tip: Keep wall, ceiling, floor and tile colors tonal. Neste created what he calls a “controlled character” in this small bath by shifting from white to cream to tan. “The tone-on-tone colors create depth and help the room read much larger than 30 square feet,” he says.Sink, mirror, vanity, wall shelf: Ikea; toilet paper holder: Bed, Bath & Beyond; art: Goodwill

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Kayla Richie added this to Kayla's ideasApr 3, 2019

This one even more so, resembles my water closet.

catthom added this to Studio bathroomJan 28, 2019

I like the neutral colors with color added in towels and curtain. I like the ceiling light and floating vanity

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