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Inspiration for a mid-sized beach style multicolored tile bathroom remodel in Los Angeles with black cabinets, marble countertops, white walls, a console sink and shaker cabinets

Guest bathroomBeach Style Bathroom, Los Angeles

Inspiration for a mid-sized beach style multicolored tile bathroom remodel in Los Angeles with black cabinets, marble countertops, white walls, a console sink and shaker cabinets —  Houzz
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Andrea Faccibene wrote:Jun 21, 2015
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    Home & Stone

    Hi Claire!

    We carry a vanity from the Alki Collection by Strasser, which looks very similar to the vanity pictured here.

    If you have any further questions or if you'd like to purchase the vanity, feel free to call 718-787-1000 to speak to an experienced sales rep at our showroom, or send over an email to info@homeandstone.com.

    We are happy to help :)

  • Stephanie Sarver
    I need this exact vanity?? Help!?
daisy4girls wrote:Jun 1, 2016
  • Lindsey

    @kelly t - How did it turn out with no natural light? I am in the same boat. i want to use this as inspiration.

  • kelly t
    I love it!! I am sorry I did not see this comment. I will post a photo!
De Sanctis Design wrote:Dec 7, 2015
  • jarbatz
    Check out Serena & Lily
  • lindsey_9002

    Actually, the mirror is the Thaddeus, as confirmed by the designer of this bathroom on her page.

Beth Miller wrote:May 23, 2016
marisacallahan wrote:Apr 21, 2017
  • nedazm

    interested to know where the mirror is from!


  • KB Bond

    Unless I'm looking at different cabinet, that looks more dark navy to me.

newdayz2 wrote:Jan 3, 2016
betsyandbarrett wrote:Jul 4, 2015
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    Home Bunch

    According to the designer, the hardware is from Liz's Antique Hardware in the color "Brushed Brass".

    I hope this helps.


    Luciane from HomeBunch.com

  • Janel Christian

    What color blue is the paint?

Kathryn wrote:Mar 26, 2016
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    Home Bunch

    According to the designer, the brass faucet is from Newport Brass and the finish is Forever Brass.


    I hope this helps.



    Luciane from HomeBunch.com

  • nimetdufour

    where does mirror come from?

lizmiin wrote:Feb 29, 2016
Raj Lexus wrote:Sep 8, 2015
  • lylalee16
    It's Pachira. Also called money tree :)
  • vvbboonn

    OMG... I have one of these plants, it's six feet tall and absolutely steals the scene wherever I put it. Always wanted to know what it was. Thanks!

jbartos wrote:Jul 27, 2015
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    Home Bunch

    According to the designer, the tiles are from Ann Sacks, the tile is called Eastern Promise in Tangier Pallazzo.


    I hope this helps.

    Luciane from HomeBunch.com

  • Kristin Lacher

    The tile looks like it has blue tones in the picture but on the Ann Sacks website it looks like it would be black, grey and white. is this a colorway of the tile with ble tones?

Linx and More wrote:Aug 16, 2017
  • PRO
    Home & Stone

    Hi!

    We carry a vanity from the Alki Collection by Strasser, which looks very similar to the vanity pictured here.

    If you have any further questions or if you'd like to purchase the vanity, feel free to call 718-787-1000 to speak to an experienced sales rep at our showroom, or send over an email to info@homeandstone.com.

    We are happy to help :)

Linx and More wrote:Aug 16, 2017
  • gbarsi

    I am curious about mirror too.

Stacey Garguilo wrote:May 7, 2016
  • Jane Kucherawy

    I have the same tile...it's by Martyn Lawrence sold by Ann Sacks and it's even better in person


Lisa wrote:Mar 17, 2016
  • rbowensmith

    Any chance You know the size of the vanity?


debagard wrote:Mar 14, 2016
  • Rebecca Bronfein
    It looks like the Princeton sconce by Schoolhouse Electric.
caba1139 wrote:Feb 13, 2016
J. REB + CO. wrote:Feb 12, 2016
Courtney Baran-Huber wrote:Feb 11, 2016
yayacat wrote:Jan 6, 2016
  • gbarsi

    Would love to know where the mirror is from!

Laura Fore - Fore Premier Properties wrote:Dec 10, 2015
  • PRO
    Home Bunch

    The cabinet was painted in a navy blue paint color. The color was customized by the designer.


    I hope this helps.


    Luciane from HomeBunch.com

mj wrote:Aug 3, 2015
  • PRO
    Home Bunch

    According to the designer, the cabinet is custom.


    I hope this helps.


    Luciane from HomeBunch.com

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                                    What Houzz contributors are saying:

                                    crminty
                                    Charlotte Minty Interior Design added this to Join the Navy: Deep, Dark Blue Is a Team PlayerMar 28, 2017

                                    Navy looks great with many colors, but especially when paired with warm metals like gold and brass.

                                    urbancasa
                                    Urban Casa added this to The Second Rule of Home Staging: Keep It FreshOct 10, 2016

                                    Freshen Up the BathroomAs in the kitchen, you may want to replace any dated or worn fixtures in your bathroom — whether faucets or drawer pulls. Polished chrome is a good choice because it always looks sparkling and new. Brushed brass brings a trendy, elegant look.Next, go shopping for fluffy white towels to put on your shiny new towel bar. Even if your existing towels are nice and white, purchase new ones for staging. Your towels, though probably lovely, are nonetheless used, and will continue to be used as your house is shown. Buyers don’t want to see anything personal. Also look to replace a chipped mirror or older medicine cabinet. A newer option will go a long way to giving your bathroom a fresh clean look.Just as in the rest of the house, give any painted walls a fresh coat. If your bathroom cabinets are a bit shabby, consider painting those as well. A dark navy, for example, could look stellar next to the crisp whites of your towels and tub.

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