LumIndustrial Bathroom, San Francisco

Photos Courtesy of Sharon Risedorph and Arrowood Photography

Bathroom - industrial bathroom idea in San Francisco with a wall-mount sink and beige walls —  Houzz
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jenifern wrote:Feb 12, 2011
  • lazidazi
    1. Just want to be sure I've got this correct, because I also plan to do shower walls in concrete: I should use Sakrete Type S/Mortar-Stucco Mix, and seal it with Miracle/511 Impregnator. Is that correct?
    2. For substrate: I'm going over wood walls. Wouldn't using Hardie cement board/tile backer be the right choice? Anything else needed before cementing over this?
    Thanks very much.
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    Residential Resurrections
    whoa I haven't presented a tutorial on shower construction, just a few pointers. This is way beyond the scope of this forum. A better place would John Bridges forum or ContractorTalk.

    Backer boards are a fine substrate for thin set mortar and tile. They do not address making a wall assembly waterproof.. They also don't provide the support for a traditional scratch/brown/finish coat system that a stucco requires, expanded metal/plastic lath is also needed.
lauraand3kids wrote:Sep 29, 2013
  • rynsingley
    Who did the plaster in the bath? We are in Berkeley and are having a rough time finding someone to do this in our project.
  • doctor90210
    Do you know what brand the stucco is? I couldn't find a "natural" color in the brands that I've looked up.
Justine Frischmann wrote:Mar 1, 2013
Joanne wrote:Jul 27, 2014
  • PRO
    John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
    Thanks for your interest in this project. Unfortunately, we have archived the files associated with this project and don't have the information readily available. Please feel free to contact us and we'd be happy to help you design your space.
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    Rodriguez Studio Architecture PC

    Hi, would you happen to remember what type of finish was used in the bathroom and other places where it looks like concrete? Is it an actual concrete, or thinset, or, stucco, decorative paint or other? thanks

kats143u wrote:Feb 17, 2012
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    The Shabby Nest
    Try searching for vintage faucet handles. You can find them easily online either real vintage or reproductions depending on which you would like.
  • Justine Frischmann
    the sink factory in berkeley has a big selection of vintage porcelain handles.
rachelart wrote:Jan 27, 2012
  • hparks74
    A reflection of the back wall... No knobs:) it's funny what an optical illusion can do.
MAKE Design Studio wrote:Apr 29, 2013

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Houzz added this to Brushed ConcreteMay 17, 2012

A brushed concrete surface looks matte compared with a highly polished or stamped cement.

Alison Aves added this to Houzz Tour: When an Architect Designs for HimselfMar 17, 2011

Lum chose inexpensive sink and shower fixtures, which he says he does occasionally regret because they don't operate flawlessly. The sink top is made of steel.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

ID12 FL19 Alex Tangcan Liu Liu added this to Plaster/DrywallSep 1, 2019

1. I like this plaster wall because it gives a strong industrial look to this bathroom along with the little fixtures.

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