Lower Whitefish Lake 8Rustic Bathroom, Minneapolis

Alcove shower - rustic brown tile and slate tile brown floor alcove shower idea in Minneapolis with dark wood cabinets, wood countertops, a drop-in sink, shaker cabinets, beige walls and brown countertops —  Houzz
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codybennett wrote:Jan 5, 2015
Shakeela wrote:Dec 17, 2014
kjpaige wrote:Apr 18, 2015
Stephanie Taylor Wheelwright wrote:Feb 6, 2017
  • Stephanie Taylor Wheelwright
    Well do you have any rustic mirrors that are similar to this?
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    Lands End Development - Designers & Builders

    Sorry, we are a home builder and we don't actually sell mirrors. Our designers usually help pick them out, but in this case, the homeowner picked it out on their own. Maybe a search for "Birchbark mirror" would get results.

Beauty In The Details Fine Art Photography wrote:Mar 13, 2015
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    Beautiful job, Minnesota is a bit far from our jobsite in Seattle - still looking for a good company in our neck of the woods, Thx for your answer.


  • Juliet Amore

    earthy rustic love the stone and wood work

Russell Schmid wrote:Oct 19, 2017
Joseph DeNardo wrote:Oct 21, 2016
  • michelle

    what is the paint color


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    The paint color I believe is Hirshfields Historic Jewett White and there were two stain colors used for this project. I'm unable to determine which was used here, but they were "Aged Pine" and custom stain, "Norman Dark Oak". Thank you

Brian wrote:Jun 5, 2016
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    I'm sorry, but I don't have any record of where this sconce was purchased. Sorry I couldn't be of help.

  • terrib1111

    It looks like one of the Ponderosa lights from Lappin Lighting in Minneapolis - see their website and browse rustic/country sconces

Michelle Smith-Zuniga wrote:Jan 31, 2016
Marilee Morris wrote:Oct 24, 2017
Sean Poole wrote:Apr 25, 2017
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    Thank you, we usually do two coats of clear lacquer when there is going to be exposure to water. I don't have a specific record for this one though. Hope this is helpful.

Mary Elizabeth wrote:Apr 10, 2017
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    Thank you for your interest in this. Per a previous question we answered: These all came from The Tile Shop and are various sizes of Copper Rust for the floor and wall. The shower floor is made of 12x12 sheets of Grey Pebbles. Hope this helps

mcaruth wrote:Mar 5, 2017
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    Sorry, but as a design/builder of custom homes, and in respect to the
    owners, who have a great deal of input into making their unique home, we don’t sell our house plans. Thank you for your interest.

Angie Martinez wrote:Feb 7, 2017
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    As previously stated:

    "There were two stain colors used for this project. I'm unable to determine which was used here, but they were "Aged Pine" and custom stain, "Norman Dark Oak"."

    Also: "These are straight set 12x12 tiles"

    Hope this answers your question.

Adriana Bravo wrote:Nov 13, 2016
maryarendt wrote:Nov 6, 2016
Patty Brewer wrote:Oct 9, 2016
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    Thank you for your interest in this. These all came from The Tile Shop and are various sizes of Copper Rust for the floor and wall. The shower floor is made of 12x12 sheets of Grey Pebbles. Hope this helps

granny333 wrote:Sep 23, 2016
Josh H wrote:Aug 21, 2016
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    I'm sorry, but we have no record of which color grout the tile people used. It looks very light, so you could ask your tile shop what they think should be used.

terrylow74 wrote:Jul 8, 2016
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    Thank you for your interest in this. These all came from The Tile Shop and are various sizes of Copper Rust for the floor and wall. The shower floor is made of 12x12 sheets of Grey Pebbles. Hope this helps

mgrooms55 wrote:Jun 27, 2016
northwoodsallie wrote:May 29, 2016
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    My apologies for not seeing this sooner, you would have to ask the store you are ordering from how to order custom heights though. Thank you for your interest.

hdalgetty wrote:May 27, 2016
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    Thanks for your inquiry, this room is 62" x 98", not including the "bump-out" where the shower is located or a 16" bump-out where part of the toilet is located. Hope this is helpful.

melodie wilkerson wrote:Dec 9, 2015
ashleymulliner wrote:May 5, 2015
msullivan90 wrote:May 2, 2015

What Houzz contributors are saying:

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Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: Renovation Preserves Memories in a Rustic Lake CabinApr 16, 2015

Now, a combination of barn wood walls, alder cabinets, slate tile and river rock tile bring in a rustic look. “The barn wood is so old we didn’t really have to worry about it expanding and contracting,” Renae says. A frameless clear glass shower door makes the room seem much larger than it did with the shower curtain. Copper Rust 3-by-6-inch slate tiles: The Tile Shop; faucets: Victorian series by DeltaMore: How to Bring the Beauty of Reclaimed Wood to the Bath

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Elyse Sienko added this to Pine TreeAug 12, 2019

Vanity door that goes to countertop

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pkshultz added this to BathroomJul 26, 2019

Like the reclaimed barn wood and ceiling wood. Cabinets are also good

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