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dfinkle wrote:Sep 2, 2012
  • ziav
    dfinkle- where may I purchase a whisper warm vent? I am adding a wet room to my home and am concerned with the cold weather and trying to stay warm. Thank you
  • Andrea W

    Turn off the air conditioning. Also, my aunt had an infrared lamp in the ceiling above her shower, in south Florida no less.

lulustyle wrote:May 8, 2011
  • bepsf
    That's if you want a polished, brown finish - if you are ok with allowing it to weather to grey, it doesn't require much work.
  • klauer
    Good point bepsf. I would leave it natural.
Charmean Neithart Interiors wrote:Jan 19, 2011
  • Keith Frasier
    The color is either Rain, Azure or Ozone.
  • China Fox

    Hello, can you tell me what the color and manuf of this tile is? If it is Ann Sacks Lucien, can you tell me the color? It looks blue in the light and grey in others. Thank you

velizh1011 wrote:Oct 16, 2011
  • motherbear
    Often in a "wet room" design, the entire floor is waterproofed with a membrane, or so I have read.
  • PRO
    Bertolino Architecture, LLC
    It depends on the structure below. If it is slab on grade (i.e. concrete) then most likely the architect specified that the drainage system is recessed into the slab. If it is typical wood frame construction, usually the floor joists are cut down in that area and often additional joists are sistered next to those smaller joists. The drainage system itself then can be either a pan, membrane, and/or a manufacturer's drainage system.
lswachs wrote:Mar 23, 2016
  • lswachs

    I'm looking for both that is why I contacted you

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    VC Studio Inc.

    Hello again Iswachs,

    I don't want there to be any confusion. I came across this in the "advice" section where I answer questions that relate to our business.

    It appears you have posted a question directly to this photo which is from Modern House Architects in San Francisco.

    They have posted some beautiful work. If you want to work through them I would suggest contacting them directly via phone or email.

    If you are interested in working with us, our Houzz page provides a phone number, a big green "contact me" button, and a link to our website that provides direct email if you prefer. We ship all over the country.

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mmmmk wrote:Apr 24, 2012
  • Cynthia Farnsworth
    Hi Studio C Interiors: What if you put a heated tile floor underneath? While costlier, could you set the heating to go on twice a week to dry out any mold under the wood? Or would it still just be too gross? Thanks for your thoughts.
  • PRO
    eagledzines / Linda Mayo
    The sink looks like a custom concrete.
SERVPRO REDMOND wrote:Oct 31, 2011
  • PRO
    Elements Concrete
    We ship nationwide and we can fabricate a custom sink to your specs.
  • PRO
    Northman Marble & Granite
    Local fabricators can custom-create a trough sink like this out of quartz material. Concrete cracks; never withstands use. Quartz on the other hand is maintenance free and looks amazing. If you like the concrete look, many quartz companies make several concrete colors. Brand Caesarstone alone had Cement, Concrete and Cinder colors.
ARB Teak & Specialties wrote:Sep 12, 2014
  • Christine Musie has a wide selection of natural teak mats
  • Janet
    Teakworks4u offers mats without oil as well. Custom sizes too.
dlopez1173 wrote:Jan 27, 2014
  • PRO
    modern house architects
    @dlopez1173 We like to use Hansgrohe:
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    By Any Design Ltd.
    I'm using these in my shower. You can order them right here on Houzz I think.

    Modern Solid Brass Chrome Plated Round Sheer Body Spray Jets Set of 6 · More Info

    I have been using them a week (only three so far) and absolutely love them.
colmignolig wrote:Apr 5, 2013
  • gpaulo
    I want to know also
  • Nicole Reece
    I would love to find out the tile on the walls too.
phasbrook wrote:Feb 12, 2013
  • PRO
    You may want to consider TVCoverUps. Framed artwork, mirror or panel provides the focal point and adds to the room's decor until it swings upward to reveal the hidden TV. It comes in automatic or manual lifts and allows for TV tilting hardware. Each unit is custom to the viewer and space, so it is always best to give us a call.
  • Juan Jimenez
    I'm wondering about the wood floors, is it recommended for everyday use? What's the best wood for it?
Mike Lucas wrote:Mar 13, 2012
  • PRO
    Kristen Miller
    Check out MTI Baths ( They make a teak shower tray that can fit their acrylic shower pans, or can be custom made to fit other shower pans.
  • PRO
    Bertolino Architecture, LLC
    Teak is a good choice, as I have also heard of people using ipe. I know that ipe tends to turn ash grey if not treated regularly.
maggie53t wrote:Apr 16, 2011
luvliv6 wrote:Mar 4, 2014
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    Windo VanGo
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rhaves wrote:Dec 18, 2013
  • Janet
    I don't know if this is where this mat came from, but I have a teak mat similar to this from Teakworks4u. You can find them online and they do customs too.
Amy M wrote:Mar 13, 2013
  • Heidi Berman
    please provide the manufacturer and color of the floor tile along with grout color. Thanks!
susanrobertson wrote:Sep 23, 2012
  • susanrobertson
    I think Joanne Hudson has something very similar in her line. She is a designer out of Philadelphia, Pa. You can also do this kind of thing in the kitchen.
lindapiantieri wrote:Jul 21, 2012
  • Sahar Shay
    Where can I get this large sink?
carrierose wrote:Oct 23, 2011
  • motherbear
    It's tiled with bullnose tile & caulked.
anishajudge wrote:Jan 16, 2011
  • PRO
    KitchenLab Interiors
    It's most likely a wood grate floating over a recessed tiled floor with a drain below. Teak is a good wood for this sort of design, it's an oily wood that handles wet places better than most, but will still need to be cared for.
3tabbies wrote:Jan 14, 2011
smartdecor wrote:Dec 5, 2010
  • PRO
    Paul Anater
    It's impossible to tell from the angle of this photo. The toilet could be by the tub or in a separate water closet all together. I suspect that this room is wider than it appear here. With that said, your best bet to lay out a long, narrow bath is to go to a profession bath designer and have him or her advise you on how to best use the space you have.
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                            The House Doctor added this to How to Future-Proof Your Family BathroomSep 26, 2016

                            A family bathroom needn’t look like an institution. With careful planning and subtle future-focused decisions, you can create an enviable spa-like quality, no matter what size space you have. Tip: An all-white bathroom may look bright and clean, but natural materials such as wood (or tiles that look like wood) can add a warm and relaxing vibe.

                            Mitchell Parker added this to 18 Knockout Ideas for Wooden Floor ShowersJan 7, 2013

                            Because water trickles through the slats into a large shower pan, a wood floor conceals unsightly drains, making way for a fluid, minimalist statement. With less splash back, a doorless, no-threshold shower works perfectly in a small space.

                            Lisa Frederick added this to Doorless Showers Open a World of PossibilitiesMay 21, 2012

                            5. Ensure proper drainage. Not only will you guard against damage from standing water, but you'll also protect yourself from skidding on wet floors. Angle the shower floor slightly so that water flows toward the drain, and think about adding a second drain for doubly effective siphoning.

                            Shawn Gauthier added this to 17 Ideas for Creating Unforgettable FlooringAug 4, 2011

                            For shower flooring that's equally clever and chic, lay a teak wood grate over a recessed floor. Best part: The drain is hidden away beneath the grate.

                            Love Your Room LLC added this to An Accent Chair for the Bath, TooJun 6, 2011

                            An Asian-style teak stool adds a spa touch to this open shower. Here's a similar one.

                            Scheer & Co. Interior Design added this to Classic Subway Tiles Go UptownApr 8, 2011

                            Glass subway tiles bring a dimensional element to a traditional look. The light blue glass paired with teak finishes results in a warm modern bathroom I would never want to leave!

                            JASON BALL interior design added this to 8 Tips for Creating Your Own WetroomMar 10, 2011

                            8. Add flexibility with fixtures both high and low. This shower has incredible flexibility with rain shower heads, body sprays and a handshower. The bench encourages seating for a more relaxing shower. Want more advice? Reach out to a bathroom designer for more ideasMore: The Case for a Curbless Shower A 96-Square-Foot Spa Next: Browse More Bathroom Design Photos

                            Lily Gahagan added this to Change Up Your TilesFeb 13, 2011

                            6. Or delineate them. The intersection of the teak shower floor slats with the tiles' lines feels graphic and grounding. More tile ideas: Hexagonal Tiles Penny Tiles, Please Mosaic Tiles in Home Decor Next: Browse more home design photos

                            Debbie Snider added this to What to Use for the Shower FloorFeb 4, 2011

                            Teak slats add warmth and a natural element to this serene, spa-like shower. Teak wood contains a resin which makes it water resistant and ideal for humid environments. Ask your bathroom designer if teak is right for your space

                            Paul Anater added this to The Case for a Curbless ShowerJan 13, 2011

                            A smaller bathroom with an unenclosed, curbless shower requires that the entire floor be pitched toward the drain in the shower. Done properly, a bathroom such as this will drain itself dry shortly after it's used.

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