Lottery Home 2011 - the MackenzieContemporary Bathroom, Edmonton

Inspiration for a contemporary bathroom remodel in Edmonton with an integrated sink —  Houzz
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Frank C. wrote:Jun 11, 2014
  • PRO
    Ronbow Corp.

    It's our Rowena vanity and sinktop! Love the look!

  • mschnapp

    What is the flooring make, model and manufacturer please?

lmariucci wrote:Mar 21, 2013
  • mustafa55
    Hello I'm from Iraq, Mustafa workers in the field of ceramic possible to work with you I am an expert in ceramic tiles
  • PRO
    Wood look tile is a great way to get the look of wood but the durability of porcelain and in a bathroom it is a perfect choice. It is still a relatively new product into the market so prices for wood look tile are all over the place, from ours $2.20 Sq.Ft. to $30 Sq.Ft. and up (There is also ceramic, but let’s stick with the higher quality of porcelain).

    New products can get a higher price to pay for the investment into new technology, a lot of money is also being spent on creating the ‘Brand’, marketing in magazines and advertising. All this marketing has considerable cost and guess who has to pay for all that cost? You. The consumer, it is all built back into the product cost, it has to be.

    We have a no frills marketing strategy, keeping our costs as low as possible while making the product quality as high as possible. I recommend getting samples and comparing. Our point is shop around. We want you to get the best value perhaps it is buying from us perhaps not. Price points on Porcelain wood look tile range significantly even for products that are made to the same specifications.

    A reasonable match to this product would be our Redwood Natural available in 6x24” for $2.20SF (prices valid until June 2015):

    Another option could be from the Salvage Collection Red, which a longer tiled Porcelain: ($3.59SF)

    A great value porcelain wood look tile collection:
Andy Perri wrote:Apr 25, 2012
  • janeorama
    I purchased tiles like these in a different color at HOBO. The floor turned out really beautiful and easy to clean.
  • PRO
    The floor tile is called Timberland Golden Saddle, it is a 6x24 porcelain wood look. The wood tiles are amazing! You can't tell their not wood and absolutely no maintenance!!
klunk0601 wrote:Apr 16, 2012
  • PRO
    Ronbow Corp.
    This is our Rowena vanity! Great shot!
  • sswaim
    are there any more photos you can share of this room? I would love to see more angles
Tara Fiorella wrote:Jun 16, 2013
Donna Clark wrote:Nov 6, 2012
  • mebrannon
    See Imariucci Q
Karen Maxim wrote:Sep 24, 2012
suzd44 wrote:Jul 8, 2012
  • kjh72
    The shower walls are covered with river rock pebbles. Go to any tile store and ask to see their samples. They come mounted on mesh sheets, generally 12x12 size. The edges of the sheets are irregular and fit together like a puzzle so you will never see where one sheet ends and the other begins. The pebbles come in many colors and sizes.
Ronit Naudin wrote:May 12, 2012
  • PRO
    The Shabby Nest
    Valspar's Paparazzi is a similar color.
kangan75 wrote:Mar 9, 2015
    Martin Kyte wrote:May 10, 2014
      Xandman Sol wrote:Aug 18, 2012

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        Addie Ruggiero added this to New productsAug 27, 2019

        I feel like the stone in the shower is a very good touch to the bathroom and it make it looks more open.

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