Lake Washington whole house remodelTraditional Bathroom, Seattle

photo by Scott Chytil Photography

Inspiration for a timeless kids' bathroom remodel in Seattle with marble countertops and blue walls —  Houzz
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jwiejacha wrote:May 7, 2012
  • ryandiane1
    Can you please tell me the name of the paint color? The shade of blue is perfect! Love this bathroom !
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    Ventana Construction LLC
    I believe it is Benjamin Moore's Summer Blue
shooper01 wrote:Mar 9, 2013
Joy Ihnat wrote:Aug 25, 2011
  • smalitzky
    What is the exact paint color??
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    Ventana Construction LLC
    I apologize - I don't have access to the exact paint color used here, but I do know it was Benjamin Moore. I think Shabby Nest above might have nailed it though with Summer Blue - it looks remarkably similar.
Brian Mashburn wrote:Oct 30, 2013
bam12 wrote:Jan 27, 2012
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    Ventana Construction LLC
    I think this was a matching set from Pottery Barn Kids--not sure if it's still available.
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Amy Kurja wrote:Jan 25, 2012
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    Ventana Construction LLC
    Thank you for inquiring on this project. It is indeed Marmoleum.
  • Amy Kurja
    I love it! We have it in our kitchen and it is so comfortable to walk on and the designs and colors to choose from are so unique. We have a blue center with cream border! Was curious how it held up in the moisture of the bath?
allisa wrote:Jun 6, 2011
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    Kerstin Dieterich Designs
    So cute! This is an inset bead board style that most semi custom lines can supply.
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    Ventana Construction LLC
    The owners sourced this, but I believe it's a Pottery Barn vanity.
rcclads rcclads wrote:Mar 12, 2016
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    Ventana Construction LLC

    This is something the homeowner did herself and I'm not sure if she did it freehand or had a template of some kind.

Aegis Law wrote:Dec 30, 2013
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    Ventana Construction LLC
    Owner supplied - I was told they were all from Pottery Barn Kids collection - sorry, that's all the info we have. This was back in 2008 so it's possible it's no longer part of the PB Kids Collection.
lking425 wrote:Dec 3, 2013
meganbuzbee wrote:Jun 21, 2013
kimwrutter wrote:Jun 7, 2012
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    Ventana Construction LLC
    Hi, thanks for your inquiry on this project. I believe the homeowner did this wave pattern herself with paint. I am unsure if she did it freehand or with a stencil.

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Love Your Room LLC added this to Kids' Spaces: Fun, Beachy BathroomsJun 13, 2011

Create an underwater wonderland on the walls. This is an easy wall treatment that brings a wave of nautical fun into a kids' bathroom. Get on a ladder and draw a wave design with a pencil. Then using a fine-tip brush, paint around the edges. Fill in with a larger brush and roller, then bring in underwater creatures through coastal wall decor.

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J H added this to CottageJan 21, 2019

Interesting paint job for cottage bathroom

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