Horse Country StyleVictorian Bathroom, Baltimore

Modern touches with up-to-date appointments make this a comfortable, striking master bath.

Huge ornate master beige tile and porcelain tile travertine floor bathroom photo in Baltimore with an undermount sink, recessed-panel cabinets, dark wood cabinets, gray walls and granite countertops —  Houzz
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djfree91 wrote:Aug 4, 2016
maklima wrote:Mar 1, 2014
cjstevick wrote:Jan 3, 2015
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    Artisan Pacific Construction Inc.
    We have installed curved glass. Unless you use a template from an existing product, Your looking at a full custom enclosure.
    We had our metal fabricator bend all the recessed channel after the the shower was ready for tile.
    We sent the metal as the template for the glass.
    We made the mistake of then installing the channel before checking it against the glass. the glass was not exactly the same radius. It is a natural material and was just a bit off.
    We had the channel tweaked to fit. We then had to use 2 L metal as the top channel.
    It was a 10 week process from template to set and finish of shower.
    Also wanted to mention that we used a door that was attached to the wall. We were warned off mounting to the curved glass.

    Good Luck

    Artisan Pacific Construction
    Los Angeles, California
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    Stephen T. Terhune, Architect
    Most glass companies can farm that work out to a manufacturer. We are in the D.C./ Baltimore area, so we have choices all along the East coast. Not sure about CA. If you want the actual sub's name and cost info, contact Riley Custom Homes thru this site. They are a top notch builder, and would only use the best people.
pame3173 wrote:Feb 18, 2016
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    Stephen T. Terhune, Architect

    Thanks for your interest. That tile was chosen by the interior designer. I would direct you to the builder for that spec. Do a search on this site for Riley Custom Homes. Good luck.

carmamea wrote:Oct 19, 2014
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    Stephen T. Terhune, Architect
    I believe it is a Kohler Vintage model. It's not really big, so be sure you check it out before you order. There will be no parties of NFL players bathing in it! My favorite is the Kohler Ironworks model. Big, beautiful and vintage. Good luck.
m_square wrote:Oct 6, 2014
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    Stephen T. Terhune, Architect
    I'll let you go to the source: the builder, Riley Custom Homes. They are on this site too. Good luck!
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