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Example of a large trendy master white tile and ceramic tile ceramic floor drop-in bathtub design in San Francisco with a vessel sink, onyx countertops, brown walls and beige countertops

Infiinity Tub Oasis - Bath CrashersContemporary Bathroom, San Francisco

We designed this bathroom makeover for an episode of Bath Crashers on DIY. This is how they described the project: "A dreary gray bathroom gets a 180-degree transformation when Matt and his crew crash San Francisco. The space becomes a personal spa with an infinity tub that has a view of the Golden Gate Bridge. Marble floors and a marble shower kick up the luxury factor, and a walnut-plank wall adds richness to warm the space. To top off this makeover, the Bath Crashers team installs a 10-foot onyx countertop that glows at the flip of a switch." This was a lot of fun to participate in. Note the ceiling mounted tub filler. Photos by Mark Fordelon

Example of a large trendy master white tile and ceramic tile ceramic floor drop-in bathtub design in San Francisco with a vessel sink, onyx countertops, brown walls and beige countertops —  Houzz
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shoulderdoc wrote:Dec 18, 2014
  • sydnie

    Please advise who built the medicine cabinet. Thank you!

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    Tammy Bourke

    Robern.

kijones1 wrote:Dec 10, 2014
  • igina
    Hi Mark ,We love love love the walnut wall. Please tell me what sealer did you use on the wood . Thanks
  • PRO
    Backlit Décor

    Nice design!

050498 wrote:Sep 17, 2014
  • 050498
    Its beautiful. Did you mill it to be a tongue and groove system or are these just straight boards?
  • PRO
    Mark Brand Architecture
    Thank you. They are straight boards of differing thicknesses.
janinealianiello wrote:Jun 24, 2015
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    Mark Brand Architecture

    The mirrors are 1'-4-1/2" wide by 4'-2-1/2" tall. They might be from Robern, as that is where we got the lights and medicine cabinet. - Mark.

Maria Wilkerson wrote:Dec 10, 2014
  • yeeal
    It's LED Lights under the onyx countertop
  • PRO
    Mark Brand Architecture

    The wall sconses are Candre from Robern. - Mark.


lattebugg wrote:Dec 10, 2014
  • yeeal
    Hunter douglas
  • PRO
    Mark Brand Architecture
    Yes, Hunter Douglas. They were donated to this project by Blind Ambition Window Coverings in San Francisco.
barneylikesit wrote:Dec 10, 2014
  • yeeal
    Kohler
  • PRO
    Mark Brand Architecture
    They are both from Kohler. The faucets are Loure and the sink is Vox. - Mark
Sarah Damelin wrote:Mar 4, 2019
Faye Smith Interior Design wrote:Oct 18, 2017
Design Theory Interiors of California, Inc wrote:May 8, 2017
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    Mark Brand Architecture

    I would only use the wood for a client who is pretty fastidious about maintenance. This project was done for the TV series Bath Crashers, so uniqueness took precedence over practicality. Having said that, depending upon how many coats of polyurethane you use, it can be a pretty durable finish. When I was younger, I refinished furniture with coats of paint covered by coats of high gloss polyurethane for an inexpensive lacquer look and it was very washable. - Mark.

cantore29 wrote:Mar 5, 2017
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    Mark Brand Architecture

    Bath Crashers provided the wood, but if my information is correct it was "Blond Walnut." The finish was a clear satin polyurethane. - Mark

rocio fernández wrote:Jan 11, 2017
velvetanne wrote:Mar 17, 2015
Miranda wrote:Mar 12, 2015
raysoly wrote:Dec 14, 2014
  • PRO
    Mark Brand Architecture

    They are boards of varying thickness. I think they were nailed with finish nails and then the holes were filled with wood putty. - Mark.


Stuart Granger wrote:Dec 14, 2014
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    Mark Brand Architecture
    The tub is Sok by Kohler. It is a drop in tub. We built a wood frame, covered with plywood and then covered it with a trowel-on concrete product and then installed the tub. You're welcome. - Mark
Sandi Jaffe wrote:Dec 13, 2014
munit wrote:Dec 10, 2014
  • PRO
    Mark Brand Architecture
    Those are actually vases, not lights. You can see/purchase them at Z Gallerie. - Mark

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Natasha Saroca added this to 14 Bathroom Design Ideas Expected to Be Big in 2015Dec 1, 2014

2. Natural beauty. Want a bathing area that’s welcoming and serene? Then drawing design inspiration from nature is a great way to warm a typically very hard room of the house and infuse the space with a calming vibe. It’s one of the key bathroom trends of 2015, according to designers Simona Castagna and Darren Genner of Minosa. An easy way to incorporate this trend into a bathroom design, Castagna and Genner say, is to introduce earthy materials like natural stone or wood-look tiles. The luxe bath seen here features marble floors and an onyx countertop, as well as a walnut-plank feature wall.

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