His BathroomContemporary Bathroom, San Francisco

Photography: Crystal Shafer Waye

Bathroom - contemporary bathroom idea in San Francisco with a wall-mount sink —  Houzz
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liebs01 wrote:May 24, 2011
  • Joanne
    Thanks! I think the wall bracket and towel bar are additional charges?
  • PRO
    Adeeni Design Group
    The towel bar is additional. I would just call a dealer that carries Lacava to get all the details.
Susan Brown wrote:Dec 14, 2012
  • aikkid
    Had the same question. Too bad the towel bar is not on the market to buy in retail stores. Maybe they could come up with some sort of bar size and installation that would work with "most" sinks. Because I would not mind if the bar didn't go exactly where the one in the picture does. It could be a little higher, lower.. maybe even under a little. I just love the way it utilizes that under space and the towel works as a decorative item also. This would have been perfect for my tiny bathroom space. :(

    Lovely bathroom!
  • PRO
    Adeeni Design Group
    It would be hard to have a towel bar made that fits most sinks, as they vary greatly in shape and size. You can buy the sink and towel bar from bath showrooms that sell to retail customers or you could call our office to order the pieces.
beaniegirl wrote:May 29, 2013
  • Marci Imes
    How about the grout? I am installing a chocolate brown floor tile and am considering either Sable (no-epoxy) or Charcoal (with epoxy) - what did you use, and any further thought on the options?
  • PRO
    Adeeni Design Group
    I don't recall what we selected for grout, as we did it on site. Each grout brand's colors are slightly different.
sjabir wrote:Dec 22, 2014
Minal Mehta wrote:Jan 1, 2014
  • PRO
    Adeeni Design Group
    It is 1" x 2" "Morioka" glass tile we got from Global Tile Design in San Francisco.
Karen Walton wrote:Feb 1, 2013
  • PRO
    Adeeni Design Group
    We used Benjamin Moore “Van Buren Brown”# HC-70
marypaumier wrote:Oct 5, 2012
ambs6768 wrote:Jan 5, 2012
  • PRO
    Adeeni Design Group
    There is no cabinet behind the toilet, only a window and a glass shelf.
suzanneb wrote:May 22, 2011
  • PRO
    Adeeni Design Group
    The wall tile is Morioka 1x2 brick in natural and you can get it from Global Tile Design in San Francisco.

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Shawn Gauthier added this to Your Bath: Boost Your Tile StyleMay 21, 2011

If your sink is sort of awkwardly floating on a very narrow strip of wall between two windows, consider a strip of tile to ground it. The eye will forget that the sink has a slightly unusual placement when it’s mesmerized by tiles!

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Erika Ward - Erika Ward Interiors added this to 7 Big Ideas for Small Kitchens and BathsFeb 25, 2011

Take advantage of every nook and cranny. Slim and stunning, mosaic tile and a sculptural sink take this bath from practical to polished.

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henri dupont added this to house renoJan 4, 2019

power room Like the back splash as tile, with mirror and lighting

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