Master Bath 10026Traditional , Columbus

Designed by Monica Miller, CKD, CBD, CR
Photography by Michael Houghton StudiOhio
Total size approximately 7'4" x 6'6"

Products:
Kohler plumbing fixtures and faucets
Hudson Valley H653PC light fixture
Carerra marble vanity top and bench seat
Shiloh Vanity cabinet
Mosaic - Anatolia glass / stone blend in "Iceland"
Walls - Pratt and Larson; 3x6 in R145, 1/2 x 6 stripe in C10, 1x6 Plaza Liner in RC1, Plaza base in RC1
Floor - Seneca Gregoriana 6x18 porcelain tile in "Cloud" honed finish, and Anatolia 6x6 Bianco Venatino polished marble 6x6.
Paint Color: Sherwin Williams Spaulding Gray

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Jo Ito wrote:May 26, 2012
Nicholas Brunson wrote:Jan 18, 2013
  • Cherryl Tomaszewski
    What is the tile on the shower floor? Love the bathroom design!
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    J.S. Brown & Co.
    Seneca Gregoriana Stone-Cloud mosaic
Karina KM wrote:Oct 16, 2013
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    J.S. Brown & Co.
    Thanks for letting us know about the tag placement, we moved it! - J.S. Brown & Co. Floor is Seneca Gregoriana 6x18 porcelain tile in "Cloud" honed finish, and Anatolia 6x6 Bianco Venatino polished marble 6x6.
  • centaurita
    YW and thanks for posting back.
maumau wrote:Mar 2, 2012
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    Sometimes door stops are the only option. I had one job where the glass door was a little larger than normal, it was very heavy and with two hinges there wasn't enough resistance in the hinges to hold the door in place so my fabricator added a third. But depending on the cause of your issue I don't know if that would help. This door in the photo does have the strip between the fixed panel and the door. It does prevent the swing both ways option, but it also leaks less with the strip.

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    Incorporated LLC

    Thanks, so its about the resistance in the hinges to hold a door in place; I will check again with him, but trying to figure out how you would add a door stop for the swinging door...not a fast find with online search. I saw someone take a regular door stop and use silicone to adhere it to the tile, so not actually cutting into the tile - close to bottom near where glass is attached to wall. Any thoughts on the actual door stop you can direct me to welcome it!

katiebee4 wrote:Feb 16, 2012
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    J.S. Brown & Co.
    Sorry to be confusing the Anatolia 6x6 Bianco Venatino polished marble tiles are the accent squares on the floor and are also on the shower ceiling. I accidentally listed 6x6 as a descriptor twice. Does that clarify? - Monica Miller, J.S. Brown & Co.
  • Allison Fiorini
    Yes! Thank you, that makes sense!
KK B Kara wrote:Dec 29, 2014
  • joycealaina

    impressively well done for the size of an average bathroom. You gave it a vanishing line by tying it all together so well. Putting the tile height the same in the shower as the vanity makes it!

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    J.S. Brown & Co.

    Thanks Joyce!

Chaese Poss wrote:Mar 9, 2014
  • Chromatic
    I'm trying to decide at what height the pencil liner and the second tile should start? How did you make this decision? It looks like the height in the shower is kind of low....7 feet? So is the pencil liner at 4 feet off the ground? I like your proportions, I'm just wondering what the thinking was behind it.
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    In this case, I wanted to be above the bottom of the mirror and the built-in but below the wall switches that were next to the bathroom door. I usually don't split a wall in half with a wainscot cap or chair rail. Other than that, I let other factors guide the proportions. Does that help? Monica Miller, J.S. Brown & Co.
cbr600f2 wrote:Jun 25, 2013
  • magpie1961
    Hi, love your bathroom. Could you please tell me where you purchased the sink basin/cabinet ? Thank you
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    J.S. Brown & Co.
    The cabinet is from Shiloh www.shilohcabinetry.com and the sink was purchased from Ferguson. www.shop.ferguson.com
Elizabeth Knapp wrote:Dec 14, 2012
  • Mike Griffin
    I love the space storage design incorporated into the wall next to the mirror. rather than a cabinet or a shelf that would stick out, space was incorporated into the wall. what is the name of such design?
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    J.S. Brown & Co.
    I don't know of anything more technical than simply recessed, or built-in, storage. Thanks, Monica @ J.S. Brown & Co.
Kelly Earl wrote:Oct 3, 2012
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    JShea
    What finish is on the dark molding? I am looking to refinish existing woodwork and wondered if you have a good suggestion for refreshing an old stained finish without stripping it?
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    J.S. Brown & Co.
    We ordered prefinished molding from the cabinet company. The color is called espresso and it's stained over maple wood. I would visit a good paint / stain store in your area and bring a sample of the wood you would like to stain. They could give you some good advice on products to use for your project.
arrowood1998 wrote:Sep 19, 2012
  • arrowood1998
    Where does the tile terminate in relation to the drywall (does the end of the bullnose extend just past the drywall?)
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    It's very close to flush, it just sits proud of the drywall enough to hold the caulk joint.
Nadia Gillette wrote:Apr 16, 2012
  • mirnapgonzo
    What size is the vanity
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    J.S. Brown & Co.
    The cabinet is 30" wide by 18" deep by 34.5" high - J.S. Brown & Co.
archavez wrote:Feb 22, 2012
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    J.S. Brown & Co.
    Hello. The paint color in this bathroom was Sherwin Williams Spaulding Gray.
  • renae333
    Beautiful!
karynoc wrote:Feb 13, 2012
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    J.S. Brown & Co.
    The bench is approximately 19" high but only 12" deep. NKBA guidelines call for recommended 17 -19" high and 15" deep.
philipbarney wrote:Mar 31, 2015
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    Can you please clarify your question?


  • philipbarney

    Approx retail cost out the door ans separately an approximate industry standard for a 4'x15' slab

annieluchka wrote:Jul 9, 2013
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    J.S. Brown & Co.
    This bathroom is approximately 6'6" x 7'4". Thanks for viewing our photos! J.S. Brown & Co.
  • annieluchka
    Thank you! It is beautiful!
kristiesanchez wrote:Aug 30, 2012
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    J.S. Brown & Co.
    So sorry for the typo. I just looked it up again. It's R145. I'll correct it on the photo.
  • kristiesanchez
    No problem! I thought I was losing my mind there for a second. Thanks for responding. : )
adeputy wrote:Aug 10, 2016
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    J.S. Brown & Co.

    Hi Trevor. Did you have a question on this project? Thanks for viewing our photos. J.S. Brown & Co.

Mike French wrote:Jul 17, 2016
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    J.S. Brown & Co.

    Hi Mike, we sourced this tile from a local distributor here in Columbus, Ohio. Hamilton Parker. www.hamiltonparker.com Thanks for viewing our photos! - J.S. Brown & Co.

A M wrote:Jun 15, 2016
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    Hi Amy, this was a standard 60" X 32" tub space that was converted to a shower. Thanks for viewing our photos! - J.S. Brown & Co.

mcilveen wrote:Mar 28, 2016
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    J.S. Brown & Co.

    Hi Mcilveen, we ordered this vanity in a modified 30" wide by 19" deep size. The drawers are non-functional in this unit. although we have custom modified this type of cabinet in the past to go around the plumbing. It does compromise the size of the drawers and in this case decided the minimal storage gain wasn't worth the additional cost. thanks for viewing our photos. - J.S. Brown & Co.

Ashley Doran wrote:Mar 5, 2016
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    Hi Ashley, this cabinet is from the Shiloh line from W. W. Wood Products. We ordered it with custom modifications. You can search for a local dealer in your area on their website. www.shilohcabinetry.com Thanks for viewing our photos. J.S. Brown & Co.

Glenda Woodruff wrote:Jan 6, 2016
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    Hi Glenda, what item are you looking for pricing on?

Peggy Bugescu wrote:May 13, 2015
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    J.S. Brown & Co.

    The paint color is Sherwin Williams Spaulding Gray SW6074. For future reference, if you click on the green "More Info" at the bottom of the photo, then move your cursor over the photo, green tags will appear. Click on the tags for more info about the product or surface they are attached to. Thanks for viewing our photos! J.S. Brown & Co.

Talie Martin wrote:Apr 25, 2015
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    J.S. Brown & Co.

    This vanity was a custom order from W.W.Wood Products' "Shiloh" line. We modified their standard dimensions for this project. You can find a local dealer at www.shilohcabinetry.com and they can give you a price for the size you need! Thanks for viewing our photos! J.S. Brown & Co.

Talie Martin wrote:Apr 25, 2015
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    J.S. Brown & Co.

    This vanity is from the Shiloh line of W.W. Wood products. We ordered it in maple with size modifications to fit our clients' space and had a top custom made. For pricing in your size, door style, and finish, you can contact a local dealer of this cabinet line. The company website is http://www.shilohcabinetry.com/ and will tell you where you can purchase their products in your area. Thanks for viewing our photos!

jenale1649 wrote:Mar 25, 2015
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    Total size approximately 7'4" x 6'6" . FYI, if you click on the "more info" in green at the bottom of the photo you can see this information, and more if you move your cursor over the photo. Thanks for viewing our work! - J.S. Brown & Co.

home sweet home wrote:Jan 3, 2015
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    To which item are you referring? Thanks J.S. Brown & Co.
Nancy Gatzka wrote:Dec 13, 2014
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    J.S. Brown & Co.
    Thanks for viewing our photos. We purchased all of this tile from Hamilton Parker. - J.S. Brown & Co
Sue Carlin wrote:Nov 23, 2014
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    J.S. Brown & Co.
    Sue, which fixture are you referring to?
turtle320 wrote:Nov 6, 2014
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    J.S. Brown & Co.
    The vanity cabinet was custom ordered from Shiloh Cabinets by W.W. Wood Products. It is 33"w x 18"d x 34" high. Their website is http://www.shilohcabinetry.com/ you can find dealers in your area there.
Beth Schnitger wrote:Oct 29, 2014
kitkat200016 wrote:Oct 5, 2014
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    Hi Kitkat, did you have a question? J.S. Brown & Co.
marnmars wrote:Oct 3, 2014
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    J.S. Brown & Co.
    This bathroom is in an older home and was remodeled several years ago. To recreate this look today with a similar level of repair work and mechanical relocation, would probably cost $40 - 50K in our market. For pricing in your area of the country it is best to consult local contractors or the Cost vs. Value report from Remodeling Magazine. http://www.remodeling.hw.net/cost-vs-value/2014/
Gloria Samayoa wrote:Sep 12, 2014
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    J.S. Brown & Co.
    Which material are you looking to buy? - J.S. Brown & Co.
thisishishouse wrote:May 27, 2014
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    J.S. Brown & Co.
    In small bathrooms storage can be an issue. In other projects I have retrofitted custom drawers around plumbing pipes for this type of cabinet before, but this particular piece does not have them. There is a small cubby storage area to the right of the sink, and just out of frame, there is also a large, deep storage cabinet to the left of the mirror built into the wall over the toilet, and a closet just outside of the bathroom. Many of my clients find higher storage nearer to eye level more convenient for cosmetics and toiletries than bending over to get them from under the sink. Thanks for viewing our photos! Monica Miller, CKD, CBD, CR - J.S. Brown & Co.
gedlight wrote:May 8, 2014
hneiman wrote:Apr 18, 2014
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    The mosaic on the top half of the shower is Anatolia glass / stone blend in "Iceland". Thank you for the compliment and for viewing our photos! - J.S. Brown & Co.
Emi wrote:Feb 25, 2014
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    J.S. Brown & Co.
    Thank you for viewing our photos! The floor tile is laid in a basket weave pattern. The lower portion of the wall tile is laid in a running bond pattern and the mosaic was installed in sheets above the railing tile. - J.S. Brown & Co.
bevinl wrote:Feb 17, 2014
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    Hi, We currently have over 50 projects posted on our profile. All are from the central Ohio area. thanks!
jillruszczyk wrote:Feb 17, 2014
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    J.S. Brown & Co.
    This vanity top is made from Carrera marble and was custom fabricated to fit the top. Any marble or stone shop should be able to make one for you. Thanks for viewing our photos!
txtea3 wrote:Oct 7, 2013
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    J.S. Brown & Co.
    This bathroom is approximately 7'4" x 6'6" - thanks for viewing our photos! J.S. Brown & Co.
amberpardue wrote:Jul 28, 2013
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    J.S. Brown & Co.
    Hi Amber, please see notes above. The fixture is made by Hudson Valley. The model number is H653PC. We purchased ours from Ferguson. Thanks for viewing our photos! J.S. Brown & Co.
Joan Goldberg wrote:May 31, 2013
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    J.S. Brown & Co.
    The vanity cabinet was custom ordered from Shiloh Cabinets by W.W. Wood Products. It is 33"w x 18"d x 34" high. Their website is http://www.shilohcabinetry.com/ you can find dealers in your area there.
123097jamo wrote:Apr 10, 2013
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    The faucets are from Kohler's Purist line. Thanks, J.S. Brown & Co.
jonesfam39 wrote:Jan 10, 2013
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    J.S. Brown & Co.
    I think you're being tricked by a reflection in the glass. The window is actually right next to the shower not inside it. I dislike putting windows inside a bathing area. They are difficult to maintain and become warranty problems. If it must be done. I strongly recommend a glass block window and tile around the entire inside of the opening up to the glass. - Monica Miller, J.S. Brown & Co.
lcrocker23 wrote:Jan 9, 2013
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    This sink is the Kohler Ladena 2214-0 it's easier to find a sink to fit when you do a wall mounted faucet. - Monica Miller, J.S. Brown & Co.
62vette wrote:Dec 8, 2012
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    Hi 62vette, did you have a question for us? (This keeps showing up in our question feed.) Thanks for viewing our photos. J.S. Brown & Co.
souplady53 wrote:Nov 18, 2012
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    J.S. Brown & Co.
    In this case the drawer is false, but there are ways of making that space a functional drawer. In some instances the drawer is just very shallow front to back, but usually the drawer box is typically with a notch so that it fits around the p-trap when closed. It is also helpful to select a lavatory bowl with the drain located toward the back of the bowl rather than in the center.
hsporch wrote:Oct 25, 2012
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    Inside the shower the bench is approximately 18" aff and 13" deep. NKBA guidelines suggest a shower bench should between 17"-19" above the shower floor and 15" deep.
sheaba wrote:Jun 20, 2012
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    Thank you! Yes, the tile and wall colors are grey. You can find the exact colors by clicking on "more info".
mz82 wrote:May 23, 2012
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    Hello, thanks for looking at our photos. The shower floor tile is Seneca Gregoriana Stone-Cloud in a mosaic.
kathyito wrote:May 1, 2012
kathydowling wrote:Mar 29, 2012
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    Hi, thanks for checking out our photos. We created the recessed storage area next to the shower, then framed it, the mirror, and the storage area over the toilet in the same casings we used on the window and bathroom room door. This helped unify the style and streamlined the look of the storage area. Any good trim carpenter could do this.
sharonclaretto wrote:Mar 25, 2012
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    Hi, thanks for viewing our photos. This vanity cabinet came from the W.W. Wood Products Shiloh line. It comes standard 30" wide x 21" deep. We custom ordered it to be modified to 18" deep. The vanity top is carrera marble and has an approximately 1/2" overhang.
mkw33 wrote:Mar 4, 2012
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    The window is from Marvin, standard clear tempered glass. It is immediately adjacent to the shower, not in it. I think you're seeing the reflection of the window in the shower door glass.
marie216 wrote:Feb 22, 2012
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    J.S. Brown & Co.
    Hello. Thanks for your question, no the window and shade are just a reflection in the glass of the shower door. The window is right next to the shower not in it.
cgraham wrote:Feb 8, 2012
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    The vanity cabinet is from the Shiloh line of cabinets by W.W. Wood Products. The wall tile is from Pratt & Larson and Crossville, the floor tile is Seneca Gregoriana "stone" series 6x18 porcelain tile in Cloud with Honed finish and rectified edges in basket weave pattern with Anatolia Bianco Venatino polished marble 6x6 accent tiles.

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Vanessa Brunner added this to Readers' Choice: The 10 Most Popular Bathrooms of 2012Jan 3, 2013

10. Contrasting neutrals in Ohio. Despite the neutral palette, this bathroom has several unique design features that Houzz readers wanted to keep on file. The dark trim around the ceiling, the tiled ceiling and a contrasting tile floor keep this bathroom visually interesting.

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