Kentfield Residence - Bathroom Essentials traditional-bathroom
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Kentfield Residence - Bathroom Essentials Traditional Bathroom, San Francisco

Photographer: Margot Hartford, Sunset Books & Magazine
Inspiration for a timeless subway tile bathroom remodel in San Francisco — Houzz

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hungrylab wrote:
Who makes the tile and what is the marble on the tub.
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the color is quite cold for winter
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Jeff Boetig
The Tub Slab looks like it is Imperial Damby -a Vermont marble. Its avail in dimensional tile at Waterworks as well.
Katy Jordan wrote:
Is the built-in custom made or a stock item? If stock, where is it available and what are the dimensions?
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If it's storage you are seeking, a modern organizer could help. ❤️❤️❤️

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Katy Jordan

It's the built-in cabinet I'm asking about. Acrylic storage units aren't at all similar or large enough.

cguinard wrote:
Cabinet - I really like this cabinet, are the doors custom made? Where did you get the cabinet trays?
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Gast Architects

The doors are custom made; the cabinet trays were provided by the owner so unfortunately we don't have that information in our specifications to be able to share.

Maui Photo wrote:
how wide is the linen closet?
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All About Closets LLC
Approx 18" - 20" in width.
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jackierigazio wrote:
is the tile a crackle tile?
Idlead wrote:
how large is it? - how large is it?
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derrybrooks wrote:
what color is the wall

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Becky Harris added this to 10 Quick Ways to Get Your House Ready for Company
10. Don't be stingy with the towels. Leave each guest two towels and a washcloth. A niche like this is a perfect spot to keep them handy. You may want to add a freestanding towel rack if you don't have enough towel bars in the bathroom for all of your guests. You can also mount a towel bar on the back of the guest room door. Tip for simplifying guest linens/supplies: Keep a shelf or two in the linen closet exclusively for guest sheets, towels and bath items. If you stick with plain white for everything you won't be trying to find that missing pillowcase or washcloth at the last minute.
Becky Harris added this to Get It Done: Clean Out the Linen Closet
Inspiration. This comes from a dream where all we need handy are clean white towels and fancy soaps.

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joyful_lady added this to Tile
Love the soothing color of this tile. Wall tile is beautiful without the issue of gunk that you get in a shower.
Pumpkin Noodles added this to Bathroom
Colour good and style matches style of home

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