Jimmy Jacobs Custom Homes - Vintage OaksContemporary Bathroom, Austin

The master bath is peaceful with the neutral finishes and built in fireplace and coffee bar. The grand marble tub and counter tops brightens the dark room to create visual points.

Example of a trendy drop-in bathtub design in Austin with a vessel sink —  Houzz
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terriwebb wrote:Mar 12, 2014
sahai6 wrote:Nov 28, 2016
  • sahai6

    Hi,

    Thank you for a quick response.

    Does this mean that the entire body of the unit is inside the wall and only its fame is being shown outside?

    MS

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    Mary DeWalt Design Group

    Your welcome - yes, this is an electric fireplace and it's very thin.

sahai6 wrote:May 13, 2017
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    Mary DeWalt Design Group

    Hi - The builder framed out the wall to create the bump out and shelf over the fireplace. This is a Dimplex electric fireplace and you can go to www.dimplex.com to see all of the different styles and applications.

    Mary

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    Hagerstown Builders

    That is really nice!

janemcr83 wrote:Dec 4, 2015
rossiop wrote:Sep 16, 2014
  • PRO
    Mary DeWalt Design Group
    We purchased it at Pier 1 in 2011 so I'm not sure if they still have it. Check the Pier 1 website for other options - Z Gallerie also has a lot of nice mirrors so I'd look on their website as well. Good luck!
  • leashad

    I saw this house Sunday and also fell in love with the mirrors (among other things!) I'm in discussions for a home in the next 1-2 years, but I already have my lot ( in Timber Ridge), and this house design is one of my favs~

Dawn Williams wrote:Sep 13, 2013
  • sswain1977
    Beautiful!! What color is this? Is it SW 7039?
  • HU-464801053

    What is the paint color on the walls -- I did not see a reply.. Thank you :-)

Prominent Properties Sothebys International Realty wrote:Dec 6, 2015
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    Mary DeWalt Design Group

    Hi - sorry but I didn't specify this tub and the client doesn't have a record of it so I'm afraid I can't help on this.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

jess_mcbride
Jess McBride added this to The Case for a TV in the BathroomSep 8, 2016

6. Four-star experience. Many high-end hotels now feature televisions in the bathroom, so why not re-create the experience at home? The TV here is simply one more amenity, like the coffee bar and gas fireplace, that provides comfort to a hard-working homeowner wanting to unwind at night.

hannah_kasper
Hannah Kasper added this to The 4 Potentially Most Expensive Words in RemodelingJun 15, 2016

The moral of the story is to be aware of what you ask your contractor to do. Moving a can light involves more than an electrician. The drywall contractor and painter will need to patch the hole where the light was previously, for example. Altogether, it could end up costing about $350 to move that light half a foot. That might be pocket change to some people. But throw in seven to 10 more “pocket change”-sized change orders, and suddenly your bill has increased by a couple thousand dollars.To prevent change orders, try to think carefully about everything involved (paint colors, position of can lights, etc.) in your project before the start date to make sure they’re included in your scope of work and your contract. It will more than likely save you a few bucks — and a few headaches.There is, of course, a chance that the professional you hired will move that can light for free. Every project and every professional is different. But odds are there are service fees (and a markup on those service fees) involved, so be aware of the implications of “while you’re at it.”See more on understanding construction contracts

affectingspaces
Affecting Spaces added this to Look-Alikes That Save Money Without Skimping on StyleNov 12, 2015

Electric fireplaces. This is another product that has come a long way from what it used to be. In fact, these days it’s getting harder and harder to distinguish an electric fireplace from a gas model. Opting for electric can save you upward of $5,000 since all you need is a plug. There are no code requirements, no gas line, no chimney and it’s better for the environment.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

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HU-613079123 added this to BathroomNov 20, 2019

Like the colors for lower level

jalisa_ross
Jalisa Ross added this to Wish ListSep 19, 2019

This my bathroom in my house!!!

abepal1
abepal1 added this to Condo Reno.Apr 6, 2019

luv this bathrm. vanity arch area on the left. Exactly what i am looking to do in main level bathroom!

paulsonjm
Jennifer on Ellis Paulson added this to BasementJan 17, 2019

fireplace idea. Set back with TV above and doors on the side.

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