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Italianate TownhouseTraditional Bathroom, New York

Corner bathtub - traditional subway tile and gray tile corner bathtub idea in New York with a pedestal sink —  Houzz
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hdsears1 wrote:May 20, 2012
  • Mike Aretha
    I'd love to find a tub like that. is that original or reproduction?
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    Linda Yowell Architects

    It's vintage and had been in storage in a pre-war apartment building in the neighborhood. That finished curved corner was just what we were looking for, and couldn't find in a new tub.

becward99 wrote:Jul 18, 2013
rzoffer wrote:Sep 5, 2011
  • i g
    Americh makes a Bow tub that is almost identical to the Lefroy Brooks tub at a fraction of the price. It comes in lengths of 60" or 66".
  • lintontampa
    does this come in a left drain?
pwesterneng wrote:Apr 19, 2014
  • theembroiderylady
    It's wonderful!!!
  • persiskam
    who makes the faucets and fittings? thanks.
kpfarrell wrote:Mar 25, 2013
margaretvenable wrote:Jun 16, 2012
  • loudon
    What brand is the subway tile? Is the color dark tan or grey?
  • betsydorman
    just purchased bow tub from americh. Love love, Perfect for a redo of master bath (small) in vintage home. Highly recomment. Betsydorman
princess3852 wrote:Jul 10, 2015
Janet Douglas wrote:May 14, 2013
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  • bungalowmo
    I went to that site & found a somewhat similar reproduction. Says it's made of Acrylic. The one in the photo above is an early 20's cast iron tub. I have one just like it.
    Photo below is from the americh website. You can see it's similar, but it's not like an original. So...you can get a similar tub there.
Rebecca Ridner wrote:May 20, 2011
wyndham7 wrote:May 12, 2015
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    Linda Yowell Architects

    The tile is by Waterworks, color Pumice, from their Architectonics collection.

    Linda Yowell FAIA

jsaikali wrote:Feb 16, 2014
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    Linda Yowell Architects

    Thanks for thinking that the floor is original. It's actually a pinwheel mosaic in white carrera and black negra marble, with a black marble border.

zimm93 wrote:Dec 11, 2013
  • mindyk9
    I'm pretty sure it's restoration hardware
mbeeke wrote:Nov 30, 2013
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kimberlyn wrote:Apr 30, 2011
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    Circa Lighting
    These look like the Mercer Box Light Sconce. They are by designer Thomas O'Brien for Visual Comfort, available through Circa Lighting. They are 9 1/2" high, 5 1/2" wide and the extension on the fixture is 4". This wall sconce is available in different finishes as well. Please visit http://circalighting.com or call 877.762.2323 for more information!
catfan6 wrote:Mar 22, 2011
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    KitchenLab | Rebekah Zaveloff Interiors
    It depends on if it's handmade or machine made. Some machine made cabinets have self spacers or if not, 1/8" is pretty standard. Handmade tiles can vary - best to check with your supplier or tile setter.
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                  mchristinemc wrote:Jan 9, 2012

                    What Houzz contributors are saying:

                    Ventana Construction LLC added this to Get Creative With Your Bathroom Floor TileMay 7, 2013

                    Decorative BordersTile can also create a decorative border around a room. In this case the border continues under the corner bathtub, drawing the eye to the tub. In a bath with cabinets and more fixtures, this might not work as well since the border would be interrupted.

                    Buckminster Green LLC added this to Contractor's Tips: 10 Things Your Contractor Might Not Tell YouMar 4, 2013

                    8. We're not rich, but we wouldn't do anything else. If you decide to tackle a large remodel, odds are you'll be surprised at how much it costs. It is going to be more expensive than you originally guessed — possibly two or three times as much. When you are writing checks for $20,000 at a time, you will be tempted to think that building can't possibly cost this much and your contractor must be pocketing huge sums and outfitting the pool cabanas at his or her private island retreat with big-screen TVs. A legitimate contractor pays huge sums in overhead costs that are hard to imagine if you've never shopped for liability insurance in a line of work where people routinely wield spinning blades and guns that shoot nails. We make enough money to keep us coming back for more, but if it wasn't fun, we wouldn't do it.

                    What Houzzers are commenting on:

                    nseruto added this to New Bathroom6 days ago

                    Tile floor to ceiling over window

                    Jill McNaughton added this to Jill's ideasJun 10, 2019

                    like the tiles - floor and bath

                    intangerine added this to HughesMay 8, 2019

                    This one is unique in that it shows the vintage floor with a tile very similar to the tile in the last picture Michelle sent. Only that tile was a pale blue.

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