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LaFrance Residence Bathroom Modern Bathroom, Atlanta

Atlanta modern home designed by West Architecture Studio and built by Cablik Enterprises.

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Example of a minimalist mosaic tile bathroom design in Atlanta — Houzz

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plumz wrote:
Floor material - Hello - What a beautiful place you've made! What material did you use please for your bathroom floor? Thanks, Lynne
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Love my Karndean looselay, used in master suite throughout
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Are they applied as sticker planks? Or all laid out once? My question is also if the vinyl would say scratch easily or tear from a furniture gouge would I have to replace the entire floor or could I replace a single plank?... any feedback is much appreciated- thanks Zac
sherylpoole wrote:
I love the floor! Would you tell me the brand and color. Thanks
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I think the flooring might be
Flexitec - spectrum select
color is Highland 745
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Halé G
who are the windows by?
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Jessica linders wrote:
Lighting - Can you provide the information on the vanity pendant lights
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I also would like to know the lighting manufacturer / model , thanks!
Designer Drains wrote:
drain system - what type of drain system was installed here? gorgeous layout and exquisite tile work.
patch10968 wrote:
where can I find this vanity? - this is the vanity I have been looking for,pls share details- beautiful room!
mikieg81 wrote:
Flooring - What is the brand and name of this floor?
Magda Mihaescu wrote:
Type of window - Is this a vinyl window or an aluminum one? Who makes this window?
jbrody411 wrote:
who makes the vanity? Gorgeous
Dana Hughes wrote:
Wooden basket - Where did they purchase the wooden basket?
brobken wrote:
Height of the bathroom - Hi, we are working out the same concept but i doubt about the height of the ceiling when you stand in the shower, can you tell us the size of this bathroom please? Thanks in advance Ps: ceiling height is here aprox 2m50
bobblabla wrote:
Countertops are beautiful! what material is it and where can I get it?
Court Atkins Group wrote:
Beautiful wall tile around the tub and shower. Can you tell me what you used?
houscom wrote:
Do you know the supplier and colour of the small mosaic tile? Thankyou
jedtld wrote:
how do you access the tub works?

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Sam Ferris added this to 5 Reasons Vinyl Flooring Might Be Right for You
3. It’s resistant to water. In contrast to hardwood and laminate, which absorb moisture, vinyl is nonporous. Spills and splashes won’t cause it to warp, which means it’s perfectly suitable for bathroom installations. Certain vinyl products even have 100 percent waterproof backings, such as plastic or cork, for extra protection against moisture.
Joel Dessaules Design added this to See What Gives These 10 Bathrooms Their Spa-Like Feel
10. Modern NaturalLighting types used: Ambient, overhead, cove, pendant, undercabinet/toe kickWhy it works: The abundance of natural ambient daylight that floods this bathroom is beautiful. At night, the overhead and cove lighting (not turned on in this daylight picture) provide a soft general lighting, while the pendant lights provide an even light at the face area. The undervanity light makes the room feel more spacious and adds a luxurious feel in this modern natural spa-like master bath. Pro tip: When you are in the design and planning phase of your project, it is important to wire for the lights in just the right places. Too close to the wall and you will get a hot spot of light on the wall. Too far from the wall and you risk bumping your head. If you have a 24-inch-deep vanity and countertop, plan to hang your pendant lights 12 inches on center from the finished wall surface, accounting for drywall and tile. This location on your ceiling will put the lights roughly on center relative to the vanity. As you can see in these beautiful examples of layering lighting to create a spa-like bathroom, you can achieve a luxurious look and feel with the right lighting. In addition to the layering, be sure to use quality dimmers to adjust the amount of light from each source at different times of day. A spa-like bathroom will certainly become one of your favorite rooms to enjoy and escape from the busy outside world.MoreYour Guide to Common Light Fixtures and How to Use ThemHow to Choose Your Bathroom Vanity LightingFind bathroom remodeling pros near you and see their workShop for all kinds of lighting

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Amy Knoderer (Salazar) added this to Bathroom Layout
Shower layout on a platform (maybe w/ the built in)
HU-219029084 added this to kitchen storage
Rolled towel storage, good surround for the tub.
marioanvari added this to marioanvari's ideas
The sink marble top, the shower enclosure color with the glass
Jennifer Rodriguez added this to Bathroom
Warm floor color combined with cool greys and whites

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