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Corner shower - small transitional gray tile and stone tile marble floor corner shower idea in San Francisco with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, marble countertops and white walls

Filbert StreetTransitional Bathroom, San Francisco

5'6" × 7'-0" room with Restoration Hardware "Hutton" vanity (36"w x 24"d) and "Hutton" mirror, sconces by Waterworks "Newel", shower size 36" x 36" with 22" door, HansGrohe "Axor Montreux" shower set. Wall paint is "pearl white" by Pratt & Lambert and wood trim is "white dove" eggshell from Benjamin Moore. Wall tiles are 3"x6" honed, carrara marble with inset hexagonals for the niche. Coved ceiling - walls are curved into a flat ceiling.

Corner shower - small transitional gray tile and stone tile marble floor corner shower idea in San Francisco with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, marble countertops and white walls —  Houzz
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carole711 wrote:Nov 18, 2013
Felicia John wrote:Dec 12, 2013
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    It's "satin etched glass" a choice that comes with the window manufacturer, "Marvin".
  • cglennstewart
    What are the shower dimensions?
tweetiebird909 wrote:Oct 26, 2014
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    thebuilderdepot

    The two shower walls appear to be 3 Feet Wide feet wide by 7.5 feet tall. Each tile is a 3" by 6". So you can technically count them yourself and get very accurate.

    The floor in the shower looks about 15/SF.


    Looks about 75 Square Feet. More if you had the rest of the bathroom floor we cannot see.

    All just guesstimates.


    You can see the tiles, so if you have the time you can could them and get very accurate.


    Thank you
    The Builder Depot.



emilyhare wrote:Mar 3, 2014
  • bellalaka

    They do a beautiful job. sbsd.com

  • Tanya Manning
    The shower door coating is by " Diamond Seal". It is available on Houzz site
jchorton4 wrote:Feb 25, 2014
  • Lynn J

    What color marble was it?

  • Reni Anne
    Did you use bullnose for the edges of the shampoo niche? Or did you just polish the cut edge?
Our Project Centre wrote:Nov 21, 2013
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    thebuilderdepot
    The lighter Carrara was a great choice. It makes the room look brighter. So much Carrara on the market today is gray, very gray and that is okay but not for small showers.

    We offer an entire collection online dedicated to lighter Carrara products. The Carrara Venato Collection. We know we are not very well liked by retailers as we sell Carrara 3x6" for just $7.00SF (yes that is correct $7.00SF): http://www.thebuilderdepot.com/cama3xsuti.html

    We import over 100 ocean containers a year of just Carrara and stock the largest range and inventory in the USA, and pay cash upfront for all our inventory. This allows us to sell at great prices.
  • ssmay56

    Are the shower tiles actually a carrara marble or a ceramic?


japanzica wrote:Sep 14, 2014
lindamariewood wrote:Aug 27, 2014
  • Patel Onyx
    We are located in Pakistan Grey Sandstone honned 30x60x2 $18(FOB) Square Meter. KPT Minimum Order 500Sqm
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    Dear Sir we are located in Iran, please leave a message for me we can chat there better. thanks
llitkow wrote:Mar 1, 2014
  • La Herzberg
    Who makes the tile
  • ntbethie

    can i get a list of manufacturers and sizes on the vanity, mirror, toilet, and wall lighting? i LOVE this little bathroom and WANT it.

Naeemah James wrote:Nov 13, 2014
  • Mo Geddy

    what is the total cost ...what is the ball park....am lookin to spend...ehe

  • Mingxi

    Do you have dimension of the bathroom?


n3llavanill4 wrote:Nov 2, 2014
  • alee12008

    I love how clean this is for such a small space. Well done!


  • Andrew Goldner

    What wall tile was used?


junigatsu wrote:Apr 4, 2014
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    The glass was 80" high, and ceilings approximately 9'-4" high
  • Katie Larsen_Hassall
    Where did this shower door come from? I'm in sf & looking fir this exact enclosure.
maddiejosh wrote:Mar 2, 2014
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    It is the Hutton Washbasin in "white" from Restoration Hardware. I
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    My Girlfriends House

    Hello, Is the sconce Nickel or Chrome? The faucet is chrome yes? Thank you.


mytoodolist wrote:Dec 13, 2013
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    Studio G+S Architects
    It's a site built shower/shower pan. I suggest you contact a qualified builder if you choose to go this route.
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    Quality Bath

    You can find the shower heads here. Feel free to reach out for assistance!

Michael Nguyen wrote:Nov 23, 2015
  • anne wagner

    eek...love the shower tile but marble and water...didn't think they worked well together. Do you have a secret on how that might work?

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    thebuilderdepot

    Slippery is not actually true. There is almost an insignificant COF (Coefficient of Friction) factor between a wet honed floor and wet polished floor in a 12x12" tile format, both are tricky. What you want on a shower floor is a mosaic. It is the grout that provide traction, not the stone.


    This keeps you vertical and not looking silly and screaming as the family comes running in on you :)


    So shower floor pick an Italian matching mosaic, the smaller the stone the more grip. A 2" Hexagon Honed or Polished is great this one below is Italian's finest 'C' grade marble mosaic for $11.75/SF and Free Shipping (prices valid thru 2016). It is all part of over 50 matching mosaics and tiles.

    It is a common misconception that polished has less traction than honed, it just looks like it is correct. But alas it is not. How do we know this, well we do happen to import the worlds largest stock of Carrara marble mosaics, tiles and trims stock them in the USA and ship in 1-2 Business Days. We also have operations in Europe and own the rights to certain quarries.

    It looks like 2" Hexagon was used as a backer to the insert, so I would assume 2" Hexagon would be used to match on the floor. You could use either honed or polished, it is purely down to your choice. The grout serves the purpose of traction not the stone.


    Italian Carrara 2" Hexagon Honed from The Builder Depot $11.75/SF & Free Shipping Bonus thru 2016.

    Penny rounds from Italy. Cut into these 1" pennies are perfect for traction and an anti-slip surface, available online from The Builder Depot Bianco Collection for $12.95/SF Honed and Polished

ronaldcharles wrote:Oct 22, 2015
  • napagal

    I love the RH Hutton vanity and was ready to order when I read such horror stories about customer service and lengthy delivery times. Did you have any problems getting your vanity on a timely basis?

  • ronaldcharles

    I have not ordered anything, was just inquiring

barbaraalexandre wrote:Jul 23, 2015
  • renoitwell
    It's 36x36 as mentioned and the 2 glass walls are approx. 22" as the one does reach the end of the 24" counter... Easy to see what size it is.
  • barbaraalexandre
    Studio G & S architects, thank you for your reply .

    Renoitwell, no thank you.
crighj wrote:Jan 2, 2015
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    Happy to hear you found the information you were looking for.
  • lambpie
    What color are the walls ( type of gray?)
Candy Crush wrote:Sep 26, 2014
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    Thank you but the only dimension I found was the dimension to the shower. I was looking for the dimension of the room.
  • jjgallo
    What is the dimension of the bathroom - it. Is nowhere in the post
alexapadgett15 wrote:Sep 1, 2014
  • Liza McCune
    I was not able to find the paint color in the earlier posts. Do you know what the color of the paint is?
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    From November 19, 2013 Post: The walls are Pratt and Lambert Pearl White and the trim is Benjamin Moore White Dove
Joanne Jakab Interior Design wrote:Dec 14, 2013
  • sjaana
    but you can go online and order "rev a shelves" in many sizes to pop them open for small makeup articles
  • Nancy Cooper
    Hey people, don't make the designers repeat themselves...read thru question to see if it has been answered already
Adrienne Berry wrote:Nov 10, 2015
  • maria1358_mk
    that's beautyfullllllllll
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    5'6" × 7'-0" room with Restoration Hardware "Hutton" vanity (36"w x 24"d) and "Hutton" mirror, sconces by Waterworks "Newel", shower size 36" x 36" with 22" door, HansGrohe "Axor Montreux" shower set. Wall paint is "pearl white" by Pratt & Lambert and wood trim is "white dove" eggshell from Benjamin Moore. Wall tiles are 3"x6" honed, carrara marble with inset hexagonals for the niche. Coved ceiling - walls are curved into a flat ceiling.

marymack23 wrote:Aug 22, 2015
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    The shower head is part of HansGrohe "Axor Montreux" shower set. You can find prices online - thanks for your interest!

  • Dianna Ford
    what's the price bathroom installed.
Vivian Tao wrote:Apr 28, 2015
nickyq22 wrote:Feb 8, 2015
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    Thanks for your question. We can't share information on exact pricing, but you can go onto various websites for an idea. Try Grohe, we usually specify their fixtures for our projects.

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    Studio G+S Architects

    Hi again! I just found out which shower head this is... HansGrohe "Axor Montreux" shower set. Hope that helps?

Fabiola Antonin wrote:Jan 18, 2015
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    Hi there and thanks for your interest... unfortunately we cannot disclose the costs of this shower, but you can get all the information on the manufacturers' and models if you look at the image information published on this site. Thanks!

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    thebuilderdepot

    That depends where you buy it from. I am just generalizing about the industry as a whole and not any particular company.

    A boutique tile and stone retailer has 3 more middlemen in their supply chain (on average) so the price would be significantly higher than a company that buys millions of square feet and owns rights to quarries.

    A retailer could charge $20 to $45/SF for the 3x6" Tile and then $40 to $50/SF for the 2" Hexagon. But the reality is this is not because they want to. They are just stuck at the bottom of a long line (many are given a price list and just have to sell it for what they are told to sell it for), you can read more here: http://www.thebuilderdepot.com/about-builder-depot.html we explain if you order direct in HUGE volume you can deliver a premium 'C' grade Italian marble for a fraction of the cost.

    Our Carrara 2" Hexagon is $11.75/SF and Free Shipping in Honed and Polished (we stock 50 different formats and over 2 million square feet).

    Our 3x6" Subway Tile is $7.00/SF and again it is huge volume and offices in Europe and direct relationships that create these prices.

    We quite simple have zero waste in our supply chain.


    From exceptional 6x12" Carrara Bathrooms for $8.00 a Square Foot

    To exceptional Herringbone floors from $9.45/SF.

    Questions on quality, well if you are on 5th Avenue in NYC you will see our product on the floor of a 50,000/SF Flagship Store of a major clothing retailer. This is our Bianco 2" hexagon Honed for $11.75/SF. They paid that very same price.

    You can take a look at many room scenes on our blog here: https://thebuilderdepot.wordpress.com/category/room-scenes/


    Point is you have options of where to buy, you can:

    A) Buy from an archaic supply chain and loose money in this system

    B) Buy direct and save and add value to your home (as opposed to the supply chain).

    C) They call us, buy from us and then mark it up and sell onto you.

    You have three good options of how to buy this type of product. But it is a company that stocks it and stocks in huge quantities is who you want to buy it from.

    We stock everything from Arabesque to.....

    Basketweave from $8.95/SF: http://www.thebuilderdepot.com/basketweave-mosaic.html to Hexagon mosaics:

    Available from The Builder Depot with Free Shipping for $8.95 a Square Foot.


marsbagby14 wrote:Dec 31, 2014
mcilveen wrote:Nov 14, 2014
sticksnscones wrote:Jul 25, 2014
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    Restoration Hardware "Hutton"
  • artmuseum
    The vanity looks like one I got from restoration hardware. The top is Carrara marble. I love mine. There is room enough in the drawer for storage and the open area is great for keeping towels.
Lourdes Blanco wrote:Jul 8, 2014
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    The room is 5'-6" x 7'-0". There is additional information provided in response to previous questions. Thank you
  • bellinghambythebay

    Which wall is 7' feet ? thanks!

fcaico wrote:Jul 7, 2014
510lake wrote:Jun 18, 2014
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    36" wide x 24" deep x 33" high
  • lthalligan
    I love the sconces can you tell me who the manufacturer is? Thanks In advance.
whoopie26 wrote:May 17, 2014
Audrey Seger wrote:Mar 10, 2014
arleenj wrote:Feb 24, 2014
catemun wrote:Feb 23, 2014
arborcrestway wrote:Feb 14, 2014
marina1995 wrote:Jan 28, 2014
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    This is a custom, site-built shower, rather than prefab unit.
  • sjaana
    love the shower, all the space one needs
Suellen Juvenato wrote:Jan 19, 2014
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    The room is 38.5 square feet (5.5' x 7') or approximately 3.6 square meters
  • marygh123
    Is the shower tile marble also?
srb6965 wrote:Jan 14, 2014
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    Studio G+S Architects
    It's Carrara marble and this one came with the cabinet, but you can purchase something similar from many stone counter top sources and have it made.
  • Addie Wilheit
    Would love to know where to find the sconces!
lbfmaf wrote:Dec 6, 2013
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    30" diameter circle just fits in the shower pan and shower door is 25" wide
    November 25, 2013 at 2:42pm
  • mytoodolist
    What's the product name of both shower heads?
kam5029 wrote:Dec 29, 2015
Luxe wrote:Dec 13, 2015
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    Studio G+S Architects

    Hi there! The vanity unit is from Restoration Hardware from their "Hutton" range and the drawer pulls were included. If you google "drawer pulls" you will bring up a huge selection to choose from. Thanks for your interest.

tonie22 wrote:Nov 22, 2015
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    Thanks for your inquiry. HansGrohe "Axor Montreux" is the make and model for the sink faucet, I believe it's around 11.5" tall but please double check this by looking at the data specification sheet online at www.hansgrohe-usa.com (search for Axor Montreux). Thanks!

slaughman wrote:Nov 22, 2015
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    Thanks for your inquiry. We can't discuss budgets in this forum, but here are the details of the products used so you have an idea. 5'6" × 7'-0" room with Restoration Hardware "Hutton" vanity (36"w x 24"d) and "Hutton" mirror, sconces by Waterworks "Newel", shower size 36" x 36" with 22" door, HansGrohe "Axor Montreux" shower set. Wall paint is "pearl white" by Pratt & Lambert and wood trim is "white dove" eggshell from Benjamin Moore. Wall tiles are 3"x6" honed, carrara marble with inset hexagonals for the niche. Coved ceiling - walls are curved into a flat ceiling. Thanks so much for your interest.


pgarrison950 wrote:Nov 20, 2015
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    Thanks for your inquiry and interest. We can't discuss budgets in this forum but happy to share product details so you can get an idea of price if you research online. 5'6" × 7'-0" room with Restoration Hardware "Hutton" vanity (36"w x 24"d) and "Hutton" mirror, sconces by Waterworks "Newel", shower size 36" x 36" with 22" door, HansGrohe "Axor Montreux" shower set. Wall paint is "pearl white" by Pratt & Lambert and wood trim is "white dove" eggshell from Benjamin Moore. Wall tiles are 3"x6" honed, carrara marble with inset hexagonals for the niche. Coved ceiling - walls are curved into a flat ceiling.

phyllisharper1 wrote:Oct 20, 2015
michigancheryl wrote:Sep 20, 2015
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    Hi there! This vanity is called "Hutton" from Restoration Hardware and is 36"w x 24"d. Thanks for your interest!

Toni wrote:Sep 10, 2015
bourck wrote:Aug 18, 2015
cambmc1 wrote:Aug 16, 2015
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    Studio G+S Architects

    Thanks for your interest, prices may have gone up since our installation, however the shower head is part of HansGrohe "Axor Montreux" so you can easily find the price online. Hope that's okay!

1albev wrote:Jul 22, 2015
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    Studio G+S Architects

    Apologies, it's impossible to quote prices for this bathroom, however if you read the narrative associated with this photo you will ascertain product models and makes. Prices are available online. Thanks for your interest!

domsienna wrote:Jun 20, 2015
trubeatz wrote:May 20, 2015
bvero wrote:May 17, 2015
Vahid N wrote:May 12, 2015
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    I'm sorry, we do not discuss budgets in this forum. However, if you look at the details and written dialogue, you will be able to ascertain a general idea of cost. Thanks!


Vahid N wrote:May 12, 2015
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    Thanks for your inquiry and interest. We can't discuss budgets in this forum but happy to share product details so you can get an idea of price if you research online. 5'6" × 7'-0" room with Restoration Hardware "Hutton" vanity (36"w x 24"d) and "Hutton" mirror, sconces by Waterworks "Newel", shower size 36" x 36" with 22" door, HansGrohe "Axor Montreux" shower set. Wall paint is "pearl white" by Pratt & Lambert and wood trim is "white dove" eggshell from Benjamin Moore. Wall tiles are 3"x6" honed, carrara marble with inset hexagonals for the niche. Coved ceiling - walls are curved into a flat ceiling.

mlippman01 wrote:May 1, 2015
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    Hi there! Thanks for your interest. The shower pan is a wood sub-floor with a waterproof membrane, then mortar and tile. All work should be carried out by a professional.

landladyjp wrote:Apr 13, 2015
lsreiter wrote:Mar 22, 2015
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    Imagine a 36x36" square with a corner taken out... the door is 22" wide. Thanks! You can also look at the narrative next to the image on our page, which gives further information.

kel_belkel wrote:Mar 14, 2015
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    Hi there, Restoration Hardware supplied the vanity and mirror. Thanks!

lbodnar2 wrote:Mar 1, 2015
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    Studio G+S Architects

    Hi there! Thanks so much for your interest, this information is available on our Houzz page! Thanks

harleys2peeps wrote:Feb 25, 2015
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    Studio G+S Architects

    By cleaning it with specialized products available from most reputable retail outlets.



oderby wrote:Feb 25, 2015
amrmdr2007 wrote:Feb 20, 2015
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    Studio G+S Architects

    There's some information in the narrative next to the image on our Houzz page. Please feel free to read that - we don't hold current prices for that product, but it's a widely stocked item that can easily be priced online! Thanks for your interest.

chersch wrote:Jan 24, 2015
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    Restoration Hardware supplied the "Hutton" vanity (36"w x 24"d), so it came with the drawer pulls. We do not have information regarding the faucets, but you could go the Grohe US website for similar ones.

Fabiola Antonin wrote:Jan 18, 2015
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    Thanks for your question. It's really hard to say how much it costs, for reasons of client confidentiality - apologies! However, if you go to a bathroom website and itemize the components of the shower, you would get a good idea. We usually specify Grohe or HansGrohe fixtures for clients, but it really depends on the project. Hope that helps?

jamitie wrote:Jan 10, 2015
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    Thanks for your question... it's 36" x 36" with 22" door.

Tricia Ewacha wrote:Jan 7, 2015
locquangtran wrote:Jan 6, 2015
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    Thanks for your interest... here's some information which we hope will help you! HansGrohe "Axor Montreux" shower set, the shower size is 36" x 36" with a 22" door.

locquangtran wrote:Jan 6, 2015
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    This shower was built on site by the contractor rather than being prefabricated. I don't know the best source for a prefab unit, sorry.
xncman wrote:Jan 5, 2015
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    Thank you for your question. This glass is not coated. We don't specify a coating on our projects, but sometimes a client will request it. Some installers recommend a coating others do not. Minimum thickness is 3/8". That is the thickness here, I believe.
Mariyah bagWala wrote:Nov 24, 2014
trishgarry wrote:Oct 27, 2014
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    Restoration Hardware, please see earlier posts for additional information
Susan P wrote:Oct 16, 2014
bernerlover33 wrote:Oct 6, 2014
jujucampbell wrote:Sep 12, 2014
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    Thank you for your interest in our work. That information is provided in a previous post.
Deena G wrote:Sep 2, 2014
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    Thank you for your interest in our work. That information is provided in a previous post.
beckyschafer wrote:Sep 1, 2014
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    Thank you for your question. I think you will find the answer in previous posts.
laureldehnel wrote:Aug 31, 2014
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    imagine a 36" x 36" square with the corner taken out. The door is 22" wide.
Augustine Chin wrote:Aug 20, 2014
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    It has a coved ceiling (the wall curves into a flat ceiling) , and a skylight in the center
jbb0 wrote:Aug 12, 2014
boudin617 wrote:May 16, 2014
Flavia Alvarez wrote:Apr 13, 2014
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    these are stone tiles, so we were able to polish the edge and not use trim pieces typically used with ceramic or porcelain tiles.
gosascafe wrote:Apr 8, 2014
junigatsu wrote:Apr 4, 2014
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    This is a custom built shower. Please see previous responses for more information on size. Thank you.
alicejroh wrote:Mar 31, 2014
llddjt wrote:Mar 19, 2014
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    The room is 5'-6" x 7'-0". There is additional information provided in previous questions.
kwurtzel wrote:Mar 9, 2014
12barkley wrote:Mar 3, 2014
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    I'm not sure who the subcontractor was. It's a custom glass surround that many glass fabricator and installers can do.
fishbone99 wrote:Feb 19, 2014
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              bathroom 5'6" x 7' shower 36" x 36" square with the corner taken out. The door is 22" wide.

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