Luxury BathroomContemporary Bathroom, New York

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Tracy Baxendale wrote:Jun 7, 2012
priyadasan wrote:May 12, 2011
kcfrye wrote:Jan 16, 2013
  • Lynnie
    The tile is the shower is very nice and I would love to purchase it. Just not sure what it is called. Did anyone ever find out?
  • saadandrubina

    If I am not mistaken, this is MSI International Metro Gris, available from Home Depot for $1.99 per SF. Here is the link.

Kathy wrote:Jan 19, 2013
  • marilynellis
    All rimless glass doors are cut custom to space. Home Depot or lowes can do for you. They come out and measure for you.
  • wowo4usa

    Mora Medley,

llatto wrote:Nov 9, 2012
  • katydidu
    That is the only place I see it. No one local has it in Maryland! I would like it for the bathroom floors and shower. But would like to have the 2x2 tiles in the shower floor which i don't see on this site. Did you get your floors from this site online? Also do they look gray / silver? many "silver" labeled floors have been looking beige when i get the sample. thanks!!!!
  • an111
    Can you please let us know what kind and brand is the tile on the wall, please?
tontobuck wrote:Sep 1, 2012
  • brofamily4
    You might want to check Lowe's. There is something similar there.
  • Valeria Nichols
    It looks like Campogalliano Strand Striata 12x24 Floor Wall tile i recently purchased for my kitchen floors and love the look.
amymincey wrote:Mar 24, 2012
amackjr wrote:Feb 4, 2012
  • portikk
    I think it is from Island tile cladding craftline strip series, exotic sands
  • portikk
    islandstone.com is the website and Daltile sells it
liebman wrote:Feb 7, 2013
2minutes wrote:Jan 8, 2013
gozogrl wrote:Feb 24, 2012
  • shirsee
    One of the biggest challenges about the bathroom is the mildew stains on the tiles. With these stones, how difficult will it be to maintain since stones is porous.
  • PRO
    Imperial Tile & Stone Anaheim
    We always recommend to invest in a good stone penetrating sealer and for the stone to be pre sealed before installation and sealed again after. Once the pores are closed with the sealant maintaining it will be much easier.
darmijo4444 wrote:Jul 15, 2013
barb0928 wrote:Oct 8, 2012
shabmerch wrote:May 26, 2012
nhc1991 wrote:Nov 19, 2014
  • zijiyong
    wonderful
  • Amina Harris

    Floor tiles are 'Strands' by Emser tile

ddmg wrote:Mar 9, 2014
  • audsmb
    I think this tile is actually a Dal Tile product. It's called Fabrique 12x24. They have many colors this one maybe Noir Linen.
  • PRO
Suzanne Chavez wrote:Oct 24, 2013
megavarun wrote:May 10, 2013
  • Kiresh Patel
    vaishu like this bath
  • Jack Waller
    I am thinking about a shower with out a door. Any Ideas?
jeanandolive wrote:Nov 5, 2012
  • yaccova
    It is 40" wide.
  • PRO
    Yarbro Home Improvement LLC
    Looks like you're closer to 60" wide. I'm assuming those tiles are 1' x 2 ' and the length of the room must be, as you stated, 7' plus the shower ( maybe a additional 3' ) assuming tiles are 1' x 2 '
rbthat wrote:Dec 6, 2011
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debra412 wrote:Jun 29, 2012
Jacqueline Oertli wrote:Jun 8, 2012
anna wrote:Mar 28, 2012
Brenda Perez wrote:Nov 28, 2011
afrehner wrote:Jun 17, 2011
  • PRO
    ARED
    I'm pretty sure this is a Metro fixture in chrome finish. I've installed it many times. I always specify incandescent vs. florescent. I love this fixture for both traditional and contemporary bathrooms.
  • yaccova
    The light fixture was supplied by the client. I'm pretty sure it was purchased from Lighting By Gregory.
attackbanana wrote:Mar 16, 2016
  • Twee Wolf
    Daltile Fabrique Noir Linen 12x24. It also comes in 2x2 mosaic.
  • Michelle Tonia

    The tile is called Luxor Black (Avalon Tile sells it)

ralphbarone122 wrote:Oct 18, 2015
  • PRO
    Prestige Custom Building & Construction, Inc.

    Sorry, but i do not understand your question.

  • sloejoe
    I guess they meant "faucet" lol - they want to know how to install the faucet into the wall and how much space it requires.
riverqui wrote:Mar 7, 2014
kmharder wrote:Feb 17, 2014
karenbrunedds wrote:Aug 17, 2013
  • carolinanoel
    I cannot find a way to post this to Pinterest
  • nneal20
    What is the back wall of shower?
elfine wrote:Oct 14, 2012
nancydryan2 wrote:Jul 30, 2012
lisajanetruiz wrote:Jun 9, 2012
Brenda Perez wrote:Nov 28, 2011
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Joseph wrote:Mar 20, 2014
  • jmpratt2182
    Source for material in back wall of shower?
CBH Design wrote:Feb 26, 2014
  • PRO
    Realstone Systems
    This looks like one of Realstone'e Alabaster Thinstone. Gorgeous bathroom!
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Suzanne Chavez wrote:Oct 24, 2013
  • Suzanne Chavez
    Do you have the name and manufacturer?
ARC ideas wrote:Jan 6, 2013
  • Christine Thiboutot
    I was wondering the same. We plan to do a similar layout. How much space should we allow from the wall to get into the shower? Concerned about water on the floor for overspray.
niclovesholidays wrote:Oct 31, 2012
eastwickcindy wrote:Oct 17, 2012
marshad501 wrote:Oct 12, 2012
bachiss wrote:Aug 25, 2012
Chad Heitmeyer wrote:Feb 24, 2012
hawriver wrote:Feb 10, 2012
  • yaccova
    The vanity was supplied by the developer of the building. Unfortunately I do not have the information. I remember that it was made of maple.
Brenda Perez wrote:Jan 2, 2012
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                                    What Houzz contributors are saying:

                                    johnfrwhipple
                                    By Any Design Ltd. added this to Bathroom Tile: Loving the Look of LedgestoneJul 14, 2013

                                    Advantages: Ledgestone has great texture, and works well in a variety of styles. Most bathrooms with ledgestone use it on a single feature wall, although occasionally it's installed throughout the space. Many homeowners choose to add downlighting and wash these walls with light to highlight the texture and shadows that the ledgestone creates.

                                    johnfrwhipple
                                    By Any Design Ltd. added this to Top 10 Tips for Choosing Shower TileJul 1, 2012

                                    5. Use a second tile choice to make a feature wall. Adding a second tile choice as a feature is a great look I see more and more these days.Be careful about using small ledgestone tile, unless you know your water does not leave staining on your tile. Ledgestone achieves the stacked-rock look — like on this shower wall — with the rough face of the stone facing out. The rough surface means that it’s slow to drain, and water with a heavy mineral content will build up quickly. Here in Vancouver, British Columbia, the mineral content in our water would stain the rough surface of ledgestone in a few months’ time.Shop: Revamp your bathroom with a new vanity

                                    vanessa_brunner
                                    Vanessa Brunner added this to Readers' Choice: The Top 20 Bathrooms of 2011Dec 22, 2011

                                    4. The linear tile in this bathroom points to the shower, naturally leading the eye to the bathroom's main focal point. Users loved the materials the designer chose for tile and the wood vanity.

                                    bethdotolo
                                    Beth Dotolo, ASID, RID, NCIDQ added this to Bathroom Trends: Open Vanity StorageJul 2, 2011

                                    Smaller vanities and powder baths can also look fantastic with an open vanity! Imagine this space with a floor-to-countertop doors and drawers. It would appear incredibly closed in and lack style. By giving this vanity furniture-like legs and open shelving, you immediately get the feel of more space.

                                    debbiesnider
                                    Debbie Snider added this to Choosing Tile: Durable, Versatile PorcelainJun 17, 2011

                                    This large format 12"x24" tile has a linear, fabric-like design. It's used here to cover the walls and floor, providing soothing visual texture in a minimalist bath. Coordinating mosaic tiles wrap the curb and shower floor. Matchstick stone mosaic on the feature wall adds lightness and tactual texture to the room.

                                    What Houzzers are commenting on:

                                    jciolfi
                                    jciolfi added this to Bathroom Ideasyesterday

                                    Wall tiling pattern for new bathroom

                                    oaroberts5
                                    oaroberts5 added this to Guest Bathroom4 days ago

                                    the bathroom looks so big with the glass shower door going all the way up to the ceiling

                                    homarydotcom
                                    HOMARY LIMITED added this to Bathroom & Faucets5 days ago

                                    Nice bathroom and this wall-mounted style sink faucet! Want to have it? Just click this link: http://www.homary.com/stev-double-cross-handle-wallmounted-sink-faucet-p-818.html

                                    virginia_hennessey
                                    Virginia Hennessey added this to Virginia's ideasOct 12, 2019

                                    like this wall. is it stone or tile?

                                    bimal_shrestha92
                                    Bimal Shrestha added this to Bimal's ideasOct 8, 2019

                                    bathroom materials/colour scheme

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