JRP Design & Remodel, Inc.Traditional Bathroom, Los Angeles

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sandiy wrote:Apr 5, 2013
  • mily916
    Lorelai, your swinging glass panel is EXACTLY what I want! Was this a custom piece? And if you don't mind me asking, how much was the piece? Where did you order? Thanks!
  • Rosa Giahn

    I would like to have this information as well

wally510 wrote:Oct 28, 2013
  • PRO
    JRP Design & Remodel

    Thank you for your question. Unfortunately, this style was discontinued through the manufacturer Sunny Wood Products.

jzanick wrote:Dec 11, 2012
  • harthur35
    Are the wall tiles behind the sink 3x6? What size are the square tiles inside the shower? And how about the trim?
  • PRO
    JRP Design & Remodel
    Yes, the tile behind the sink is 3" x 6" and the square tiles are 6" x 6". The trim is roughly 2" wide
kathyscharf wrote:Oct 7, 2012
annmarcos wrote:Jun 29, 2012
  • Valentina Urban
    It really depends on the manufacturer you select, check with your local businesses.
  • PRO
    JRP Design & Remodel
    Check with a local glass contractor to have one fabricated and installed.
jsneal wrote:Jun 10, 2012
  • Garcia Rosa
    I really like that vanity, I think I will make on with a matte black finish and change the design of the legs. They don't make a 3 foot cabinet.
  • keri helton
    Is exposed plumbing like this more expensive than everyday plumbing fixtures that would normally be hidden behind cabinet doors. Seems so shiny. Love this! Thanks
jillwaugh wrote:Aug 31, 2012
Peggy Rogers wrote:Mar 26, 2013
  • Stacy Hillyer
    Since this has been discontinued, have you found others that are similar that you could recommend?
  • PRO
    JRP Design & Remodel
    No I wish we did, we get so many requests for it.
mbearde wrote:Oct 6, 2012
  • Renee Lowder
    it could be the villager...look at the v line on the kohler site and see what u think...
  • PRO
    Kohler Design Center
    k-715 Kohler Villager for sure
Diane Johnson wrote:Jun 23, 2016
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    JRP Design & Remodel

    We notched the decorative tile piece.

  • gery

    Wonderful vanity. Is it a production piece that can be sourced? Thanks.

sportsfan1221 wrote:Jan 6, 2015
  • PRO
    JRP Design & Remodel
    Thank you for your question. The floor and wall tiles are honed carrera marble; I'm sure your local tile and/or stone supplier would carry it or be able to order it.
  • PRO

    They have used a really white based marble, the only one that I know is Carrara Venato it can cost from $7.00/SF for the 3x6" Honed and Polished to $7.50/SF for the 6x6" they have used on an angle (exceptionally affordable) and you probably want to know why? That is answered here. You can see some room scenes here and I have attached bathroom images of the product below. The white base is not easy to get as 90% of marble sold in the USA is 'CD' grade which has a dark gray base.

    The Carrara Venato Collection is a collection of over 60 matching field tiles from 3x6", 6x12", 6x6", 6x18", 12x24" and so on to every basketweave and 1" Hexagon to 5" Hexagon and Herringbone and a huge variety of trims.

    It is part of the largest collection of Carrara Marble in North America over 2 million square feet stocked and over 200 different products in three different collections "yes we at The Builder Depot are absolutely 100% obsessed with Carrara!".

    Carrara Venato 6x12" Honed used in this bathroom, probably the whitest based marble in the world.

    Shower Unit with Carrara Venato 6x12" Honed again and then 1x3" Herringbone $11.95/SF to provide more traction in the shower. A common place for mosaics.

    The White base color is consistent throughout the collection making it one of the most popular choices in the USA for larger bathrooms, as people can select 4-5 different formats and it all fits together. For example you can tell the basketweave would have fitted perfectly into the bathroom above: This is our Wide Basketweave with Italian Bardiglio Gray dot honed for $11.75/SF, the Gray dot just creates a touch of subtlety available in Honed and Polished as with all the Venato Carrara Collection products.

    All prices on this post are valid until June 2016 - it maybe longer but legal makes us put a date - you know these legal people :)

bgaither1117 wrote:Oct 29, 2016
  • PRO
    JRP Design & Remodel

    Sorry for the confusion, the floor tiles are real marble.

haveyourcake wrote:Mar 4, 2016
crazyshi wrote:Oct 23, 2014
  • PRO
    JRP Design & Remodel
    Thank you for your question. Those tiles turned on the diamond are 6X6. I hope that helps!
jrkeller77 wrote:May 13, 2014
  • PRO
    JRP Design & Remodel
    The Faucet is from Rohl - Acqui wall mount bridge lavatory part # A 1418-2 in polished Chrome.
    Hope this Helps.
Gloria William wrote:Feb 2, 2014
  • PRO
    JRP Design & Remodel
    This is regular glass in the photo, although many of our clients select the "Crystal Clear" or "Starphire" glass for less of a tint.
Alexandre Hiele wrote:Nov 3, 2013
  • PRO
    JRP Design & Remodel

    We agree; these pull down shades are a great addition for the intense light that shines in!

lisahagen wrote:Jul 28, 2013
Lily McDonough wrote:Jun 29, 2013
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    JRP Design & Remodel
    You go to the persons profile and below there picture, click follow
Fonda Goodson wrote:Jan 25, 2013
drktte1322 wrote:Dec 8, 2012
Rita Romero wrote:Oct 23, 2012
tjug wrote:Jun 25, 2012
  • PRO
    JRP Design & Remodel
    Unfortunately this fixture was a family antique. Sorry.

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