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Example of a trendy freestanding bathtub design in San Francisco

MAK Studio - Upper TerraceContemporary Bathroom, San Francisco

Example of a trendy freestanding bathtub design in San Francisco —  Houzz
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Debra Young wrote:Jul 21, 2012
  • PRO
    MAK Studio
    it was acrylic.
  • Woodlands Mom
    I tried www.signaturebaths.com and it's not an active website. Could it be signature hardware? Do you know the name of the tub? Any info would be helpful. I love this tub.
Carol Gordon Lewis wrote:Jul 18, 2013
  • Jocelyn Vopni

    Can you please tell me what treatment was used on these stones? Because they look like polished granite and not porous! Which is exactly what I want in my bathroom!

  • PRO
    Xiamen Stone Deliver Imp.&Exp. Co.,Ltd

    hi Jocelyn Vopni,

    The stone,we name it Venus Grey, it is a lava stone, similar with granite(its strength,not porous etc) and it is also have the marble beauty.

    The left sample is with polished finish, the right one is with flamed finish.


    Need more details, you can emall me @ address: hjqlovezcx@hotmail.com or skype me : richard1989118


lovedesign2 wrote:Jul 15, 2012
  • Teresa Marsh
    I just ordered the MTI Elise that looks just like this!
  • PRO
    My House Plumbing and Hardware
    from this angle it looks like the Elise 2, I have the Elise 4 and the Juliet on display. MTI makes great solid surface tubs. One of our top sellers is the Elise series.
cre8ive27 wrote:Dec 11, 2013
  • Tony De Azevedo
    I have actually never heard of Lava Stone before, but I think that it looks really nice. My wife and I are planning on remodeling our bathroom, and we would like to put some kind of tile on the walls. Is lava stone difficult to clean, or do you have to use any special chemicals to clean it? http://www.ritewaycleaningcanberra.com.au/construction-industry
  • Jocelyn Vopni

    Hi MAC STUDIO, can you please answer the question about how easy it is to clean, and how often and how you should seal lava stone?

marionannette wrote:Jul 23, 2012
  • PRO
    Michael Hampton Design
    Hello,

    I was hoping you could tell me who MFR is for the tub. Looking for something on the smaller scale side.
    Thanks
  • dgibbs56
    take a look at MTI Baths
William Howard MD wrote:Jul 9, 2012
  • waheel
    Love the tile
  • ddjphoto

    Mak, who is the manufacturer of the tub? Thanks.

msimanyi wrote:Dec 3, 2013
amydmckenna wrote:Sep 15, 2012
  • PRO
    MAK Studio
    Hi

    The fillers were by Kohler.
  • Michelle Eickelbeck
    is there a shower behind the blue glass and if so do the same tiles continue? Love the look but not sure I can use a porous lava stone on a shower wall.
mariarami2 wrote:Aug 2, 2012
  • PRO
    MAK Studio
    Hi
    The floor is honed limestone and the wall is lava stone installed with no grout between the tiles. The wall tile has exposed pocks which adds great texture. Grouting would fill those holes too much. Good luck!
  • tskn (Sunset 24, USDA Zone 10a)
    Is no grout an option for tile?
ajcahc wrote:Jun 21, 2014
katelyna2013 wrote:Nov 16, 2014

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    johnfrwhipple
    By Any Design Ltd. added this to Finishing Touches: Pro Tricks for Installing Fixtures in Your TileJul 5, 2013

    What a great tile layout — it looks like no drilling was needed. I love how the tub filler comes out of the center of four tiles. Often the trim for plumbing fixtures covers a large area. For an installation like this, it may be easier (and safer for the tile) for an installer to clip each tile corner at a 45-degree angle rather than drill one-quarter of a hole into each tile corner. Tip: You'll want your installer to take note of any seal gaskets (the washer that prevents water from getting behind the trim) and plan your cut so the gasket is properly supported by the tile.

    nataliemyers
    Natalie Myers added this to Liberate Your Bathroom With a Freestanding BathtubJan 14, 2013

    Determine how much space you have to work with. Is there enough room to place it a few inches away from the wall? Will it fit through your doors and stairways? Measure and then measure again.

    johnfrwhipple
    By Any Design Ltd. added this to 10 Top Tips for Getting Bathroom Tile RightJun 27, 2012

    2. Double-check tile sizes. The single biggest mistake I see people make in tile layout is assuming a 12-inch by 24-inch tile is in fact 12 inches by 24 inches. Most tile is sold in European sizing, and the tile size is 30 centimeters by 60 centimeters. This size could also have a grout joint factored in, so your tile could be closer to 11 3/8 inches. By purchasing a good sample of tiles you can lay them out, check your tiles for warping and soak-test them for quality control.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

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    P C added this to webuser_585940672's ideasApr 14, 2019

    Glass wall. Wooden accent wall. Dark floor to behind shower and Wc floating vanity mirrored cabinet skytube

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