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FarmhouseFarmhouse Bathroom, Los Angeles

Girl's bath, (photo by Kathryn Russell )

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Anna Deutsch | Keller Williams Realty wrote:April 16, 2014
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    Alison Kandler Interior Design
    They are 8" concrete tiles made by Redondo. Any high end tile store should carry them. They come from Mexico and are really inexpensive. Just be warned, they do show stains.
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    Cherry Innovations
    Thank you very much for this info!!! I read up on them and I see that they do stain easily.. Thank you.. you were a big help Alison!
hoorayme2003 wrote:July 29, 2015
Juan Felipe Goldstein Design Co. wrote:February 7, 2017
ljnett wrote:June 20, 2015
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    Alison Kandler Interior Design

    Good question. I actually took one of the dark green tiles into the paint store and had them match the color for the tub feet. I guess the long answer is it's a custom color.

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Mitchell Parker added this to 25 Great Home Projects and What They CostFebruary 2, 2015

25. Get a Claw-Foot Tub Apart from the sumptuous look of a vintage tub, using one is recycling at its best, and getting one may not be as challenging as you think. Cost: Acrylic claw-foot tubs generally range from $1,200 to $2,000. New cast iron claw-foot tubs can cost $1,200 to $5,000, though the average runs about $2,200.See the full projectMore: 19 Kitchen Projects Every Homeowner Should Know About28 Outdoor Projects Everyone Should Know About

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Karen Egly-Thompson added this to How to Get a Claw-Foot Tub for Your BathroomOctober 26, 2014

New Claw-Foot TubsNew claw-foot tubs, like the one shown in this room by Alison Kandler Interior Design, have the same shape as their predecessors. New tubs are often made of acrylic or fiberglass. The benefit is that these materials are not as heavy as cast iron. However, these materials don’t hold in heat like the cast iron pieces. And acrylic, in particular, scratches more easily. Acrylic claw-foot tubs generally range from $1,200 to $2,000. New cast iron claw-foot tubs are also available and can cost $1,200 to $5,000, though the average runs about $2,200.Browse new claw-foot bathtubs

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lp_bowman
lp_bowman added this to bathroomSeptember 29, 2019

Foot detailing on tub. Colored tiles

gwenlea
Gwen Dodson added this to Bathroom BeautiesJune 30, 2019

Love the floor with all the white!

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Chelene Marion added this to Wish ListSeptember 5, 2018

In the Kitchen Bathroom when it's remodeled

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