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Large white tile shower with bench, steam shower, and window for natural lightTraditional Bathroom, San Francisco

This Mill Valley residence under the redwoods was conceived and designed for a young and growing family. Though technically a remodel, the project was in essence new construction from the ground up, and its clean, traditional detailing and lay-out by Chambers & Chambers offered great opportunities for our talented carpenters to show their stuff. This home features the efficiency and comfort of hydronic floor heating throughout, solid-paneled walls and ceilings, open spaces and cozy reading nooks, expansive bi-folding doors for indoor/ outdoor living, and an attention to detail and durability that is a hallmark of how we build.
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Photographer: John Merkyl Architect: Barbara Chambers of Chambers + Chambers in Mill Valley

Elegant white tile and subway tile mosaic tile floor walk-in shower photo in San Francisco —  Houzz
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This photo has 67 questions
Missy Raley wrote:Jul 24, 2013
  • Natalie Mack
    Is the ceiling tiled? If so, what did you use to adhere the tiles? We are building a steam shower right now and our contractor is concerned using tiles on the ceiling.
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    Kat & Klove
    What size is the bathroom. Thank you!
Rhonnie K wrote:Nov 19, 2014
kilcomons2333 wrote:Aug 14, 2013
aamnap04 wrote:Aug 8, 2013
Emily Johnston Larkin wrote:Aug 28, 2013
myshakarol wrote:Jul 30, 2013
benderslanding wrote:Jul 15, 2014
  • lmwright

    Where did you buy these subway tiles? They are lovely.

  • lmwright

    Found it below! Thanks so much.

smith2dogs wrote:Jun 13, 2014
  • Susan Georgis
    Waterproof floor? How so, tile?
  • louicky

    do you recall the dimensions of the shower?

gussylou wrote:May 14, 2014
  • J LV

    This bathroom is beautiful!! I see where someone asked the size of the shower but I saw no reply. I am in the process of remodeling my bathroom, this shower looks like the same size. I realize this was a while ago so if you do remember the dimensions it would be a great help Thank you so much.

  • Ann Marie Maglino

    Good Afternoon is there anyway you could provide us with the dimensions of the shower I am in the process of remodeling our bathroom and I feel the shower area looks to be around the same size.

shyamji wrote:Mar 14, 2014
  • jenwhitney

    I'd like to know the dimensions of the overall shower, if you have them. Thank you! Beautiful house you did!

  • mltch5

    i would like the dimensions too

Robert Key wrote:Feb 29, 2016
Linda Graham wrote:Feb 14, 2016
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    Martin Siwy

    It should be no problem as long as you have the silicone weather strip at the bottom of the glass door.

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    Quality Solid Surface Inc

    I would think steam shower would not be practical with that window in the cabin . Looks nice but the jambs need to be extra water tight ,any solutions , guidience ?

Nancy Gould wrote:Jan 20, 2015
mandm51 wrote:Jan 16, 2014
jococoj wrote:Oct 16, 2013
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    Rasmussen Construction
    I am not able to remember an exact dimension but it looks to be about 20" tall and around 15" deep judging by the size of the tile around it.

    Hope this helps,
    David Rasmussen
  • Penelope Smith

    This is a really interesting looking shower door. I like that it has the solid piece off to the side. Do you know what the piece of glass at the top of the shower is for? I want to get a frameless glass shower soon, but I am not sure what type will function best in my bathroom. http://www.alumside.net/gallery

bonnieclark14 wrote:Jan 4, 2016
nnzz wrote:Sep 29, 2014
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    Check out the VIM Products Level Entry Shower System to create a similar curbless shower without having to build up your floor system or cut into your joists. Our system is great for remodels! It uses a presloped pan so you do not have to worry about getting the slope right on your own. It works great for open concept showers! www.vimproducts.com

yolahow wrote:Aug 25, 2014
Elaine Stone wrote:Feb 21, 2014
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    Rasmussen Construction
    The floor: 5/8" Mosaic Calacatta Gold Polished Tile
    Shower Walls: Blue Side 2x8 Art Tile White
kparker123 wrote:Jan 28, 2014
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    Rasmussen Construction
    It depends of what tile you decide to use. There corner tiles available in some tiles. I do not recall how this detail was done but when you are buying tile they should be able to answer this question for you.

    Thank you

ajitdayal wrote:Jan 5, 2014
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    Rasmussen Construction
    Thank you for your interest in our photo but we are unable to help you with your question. We are the General Contractor so if you have any questions regarding the construction of this project please let me know.

    Thank you
    David Rasmussen III
Lynn Harden-Roach wrote:Dec 4, 2013
nbunces wrote:Nov 16, 2013
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    Rasmussen Construction
    We are very glad that the bathe we built could inspire you for your own. Please let us know if there are any questions you have and if you have a little time to look at our website you can find us at http://www.dvrasmussen.com

    David Rasmussen
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                          What Houzz contributors are saying:

                          Sam Ferris added this to 11 Ways to Age-Proof Your BathroomJan 27, 2016

                          1. Install a shower bench. A safe place to sit in the shower is vital for an age-proof bathroom design. Decreasing the amount of time you stand in the shower not only eases the strain on your body, it also reduces the chances of slipping and falling. Your bench can be a built-in and tiled or free-standing. You can even use waterproof seat cushions so you’re not sitting on a hard surface. Find a bench that is large enough for comfortably sitting and bathing.

                          What Houzzers are commenting on:

                          Benoit Marsot added this to 4135 21st Final3 days ago

                          simple and cute. we like the shiplap texture. steam shower?!? is that feasible?

                          holtonhunter added this to Master Bath5 days ago

                          A less expensive but really clean execution with nice touches of marble bench.

                          eebutler24 added this to BathroomsJun 18, 2019

                          Shower door for downstairs bath

                          Elly Hanson added this to JPC constructionJun 17, 2019

                          Both shower (water source) options in the master shower

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