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Bathroom - traditional beige tile bathroom idea in Seattle with an undermount sink, shaker cabinets, beige cabinets and beige countertops

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Bathroom - traditional beige tile bathroom idea in Seattle with an undermount sink, shaker cabinets, beige cabinets and beige countertops —  Houzz
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216teach wrote:Jan 31, 2013
  • neitz
    I agree with Lyrics. I appreciate your prompt and helpful replies. We did a modified version of this and had to use 9" wide trim boards for the lights, but my sconces are 5.5" wide so that's okay. We also have our electrical in the backsplash, but I like the placement of these better. We also put an outlet in one upper drawer so that I could leave my hair dryer plugged in. (I will post a photo when it is done since we still just have the unpainted cabinets in place.)
  • lyrics1967
    Neitz, I am glad you and Kayron mentioned the size of the sconces. That totally factors into how wide you not only want the mirror frames but how wide you NEED the mirror frames. Glad you supported Karyon's comment on that. I truly would have overlooked that detail.....until it was too late. And my scones have already been BARGAINED purchased and cannot be returned. Thanks
mimime wrote:Sep 25, 2011
  • daschouten

    Good question!

  • ssdarb

    Could you please tell me the width of the towers and the width of the sink cabinets?

trendyrendy wrote:Sep 2, 2012
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    Cynthia Taylor-Luce
    Thanks, Vikrant, for sharing your philosophy! Have a great day, you and trendy...
  • PRO
    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    Great comments above. I recommend sconces at approximately face level for the best and most flattering lighting. The combination of sconces and wall mount lights above the mirror would be a cluttered look on the wall. Down lighting directly over the sink will cast unsightly shadows none of us like, no matter the age. Take a careful look at the type sconce lighting you are choosing and know the different types of bulbs and wattages that would be appropriate for your size of room. Ceiling lights or recessed cans in the remainder of the room add to the overall lighting you will need.
carmelat wrote:Feb 8, 2012
  • thea Saul
    Cloud White????
  • J. Russell

    Hi: what is the color on the wall?

Sean Kim wrote:Jan 14, 2013
  • ssdarb

    Sorry - also can you tell me how deep the towers are?

  • PRO
    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B

    12" deep and the bottom drawer was modified to fit the outlet.

hastyto wrote:Apr 13, 2012
  • sandmanuva

    Hastyto, I know this is an old thread, but hoping you are still out there. we are dealing with the same size space and came up with a very similar design to what you did. I think yours looks great, but we've had multiple people caution is that we will regret the lack of counter space. Now that you e lived with it for a couple years, is there anything you would have done differently?

  • hastyto

    Sandmanuva, honestly there is nothing that I would have done differently with the vanity. We have more than enough counter space for what we need it for. We did put an outlet in the right tower for my curling iron and blow dryer, so those get used and then put away. I was skeptical about putting the lights on the mirrors but that worked out great as well. There is so much storage space in this bathroom now, which we were desperately lacking before. I still love it 4 years later. Now if only I could convince my husband to move on to updating the kitchen :)

bradm wrote:Jan 11, 2012
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    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    Hi Lizzy, in one of the photos of this project, there was the same question and I found a very close color in Ben Moore. If you have a moment to look thru the conversations of the photos, the answer will be there. If not, I can search a little bit later.....prepping for a meeting right now.
    Thanks,
    Kayron
  • Lizzy Hinson
    thanks, i'll look
mwhitt wrote:May 14, 2011
  • katie4129
    You are most welcome! Glad to be of some help to someone!!
  • katie4129
    The countertop is Polished Crema Marfil Marble and the floor is Honed Bursa Beige Marble.
    You can find VERY reasonably priced Bursa Beige tiles at Oracle Tile and Stone in Anaheim, CA. I recently purchased them and had them shipped to Texas, and cannot find one negative thing to say about my experience with the owner, Mustafa Cesur. They carry more than marble, so check them out at their website:
    www.oraclestone.com 714 533 2383 mcesur@oraclestone.com
tropicalsun wrote:Feb 26, 2013
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    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    What is the brand of paint you are referring to? Where do you live - part of country? Does the bath have windows facing south, east, west, north?
    There are lots to things to consider to give good advice on paint color.
  • tropicalsun
    2 windows west facing, the room is long and narrow - about 10ft x 6ft. Benjamin moore paint, and I live in Western Canada. thanks
betsy111 wrote:Feb 18, 2013
  • Cat Rowe
    Hi Krayon - which marble did you use for the counter?
  • Cat Rowe
    I now see the marble details mentioned above. No need to repeat!
dougirish1 wrote:May 8, 2014
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    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B

    Natural marble with etch and can stain. There are many nice manmade quartz options that you may want to consider.


  • penbram

    Thank you! I am trying to make myself like Quartz, but don't like the "consistent look". I would never have thought that picking countertops to go with a travertine floor would be so difficult!!

garyhutchison wrote:Mar 2, 2013
  • L White
    I worry about mixing. I chose a Delta stainless finish on my faucets but wonder what sconce finish I could do. Is Antique nickel close or should I do a contrast like Venetian bronze?
  • Laura Lena
    Probably too late to chime in, but I did a brushed nickel light fixture with my Delta stainless faucet, and it looks great!
Teri wrote:Aug 22, 2012
lesleylewis wrote:May 31, 2012
Choice One Builders wrote:Apr 9, 2011
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    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    Lighting, photographs and computers can change the look of a color .
  • Jayme H.
    I finally found this pic of Burlap which is closer...the others I had seen were very grey and darker looking, Thank you Kayron.
bootsa36 wrote:Mar 25, 2013
  • Decor Diva
    Are there any other pictures that show the entire bathroom instead of it in sections?
  • Decor Diva
    Why did they use a different tile in the shower rather than one similar to the floor tile? Could you use a variation of the same tile as the floor but in different sizes and shapes?
jococoj wrote:Nov 27, 2012
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    Buechel Stone Corp
    Personally - I think it's fine. Sealed of course. Here's a tip i think is often not considered. One of the big things that make showers look more dirty is hard water... lime in the water. Put a good filter on the main water source coming into the house to clean that sediment from the water before it gets in.
  • Pam Mikulis

    The filter system is so important when you have hard water. I have a bathroom in creme marfil marble that I've had about 10 years and it still looks new. I am remodeling another house and I'm also installing a filter system. A salt water system (reverse omosis at the sink or sinks & frig) is best, but not allowed in CA.

Zohreh Alaghemand wrote:Sep 30, 2012
Kim Gardner wrote:Jun 1, 2012
  • bizjones
    Awesome! Thanks! You just made my day
  • bkings73
    Is it a 4 or 6 light chandelier?
erikanc wrote:May 30, 2012
  • erikanc
    Thanks Kayron! I have a question -- I had some mirrors cut to go in the upper cabinet doors, but I can't decide if I want to put them in. What do you think? Mostly for light and so I can hold up clothes from the inside the closet to see. But because of the gap you would have to crouch down to see your face if you were right in front of it.
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    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    I like the mirrored upper cabinet as it gives more light reflection and also to "lighten" up the upper visual of the cabinet. Since you have mirrors over the sinks for viewing your face, do you really need to see your face when you are deciding on clothes....
    It's optional/personal preference...and would look great either way.
    Kayron
emmy44 wrote:Dec 12, 2011
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    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    The cabinet knobs were from Sun Valley Bronze. I also love Rock Mountain Hardware's finish and selection. There are other brands with similar finishes and different price ranges.
  • Janie Riley_Kennedy
    Hi Kayron, Thank you for being very specific about the metal choices. We are building and I really don't want everything to match, but I want continuity and a definite plan for choosing knobs, hardware, faucets, etc. This bath is our favorite, thank you for sharing and inspiring our new bath. All the best!
currie1953 wrote:Dec 23, 2012
  • ddccarpenter
    how big was the bath if you used 200 sq ft of tile?
  • katie4129
    I used it in two bathrooms
special_k4 wrote:Oct 15, 2012
  • erikanc
    I had an outlet put in my upper cabinet. It is great for keeping my hair dryer and flat iron plugged in, handy, and out-of-sight.
  • trishbruce
    How wide is this upper cabinet. Thank you
Jeannie Merritt wrote:Sep 7, 2012
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    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    Woodharbor is the manufacturer of this cabinet. I believe it was a 2-1/4" wide rail and stile....if remembering correctly.
  • robertomas
    Just perfectly done..
barbaragunderson wrote:Jul 24, 2012
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    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    Kae, it is a tight grout joint, maybe 1/8". Sorry, I don't have the grout off hand. I suggest matching grout color to the tile so not a lot of contrast.
  • Kae Johnson
    Thanks! The picture looks great ... we are looking into a similar color scheme for our new bathroom
Nancy Sheehy wrote:Mar 13, 2012
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    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    That's okay! In a steam shower, ceramic or porcelain is best for performance, but it is possible to do natural stone. The steam unit has to be sized up for the absorption factor of natural stone, and there is more maintenance with natural stone. And, yes, you can be successful at mixing stone and ceramic. We used a ceramic tile on the walls of the shower and a stone mosaic floor on the shower floor. The stone mosaic ties into the rest of the bath, which features the natural stone.
  • rmgl
    Can you tell me what ceramic tile you used in the shower? This is beautiful,
Lisa Oliveri wrote:Dec 28, 2011
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    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    Thanks Lisa! I love what I do!
  • catjackabby
    Phillip Jefferis has amazing textured wallpaper that looks like seagrass or silk and it comes in vinyl. Check it out online- they will send you samples too!
Siburtek LLC wrote:Jul 15, 2014
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    Siburtek LLC
    Nicely done!
  • missy_graham79

    Can you tell me what the dimensions of the furniture toe?

Cheryl Hoffman wrote:Mar 8, 2014
  • bkbriley
    Where can this cabinet be ordered? My vanity space is 96" in length
  • N C
    Does the marble stain with water? Where can I purchase vanity?
packodog wrote:Aug 3, 2013
  • packodog
    thank you for your response, bummer they are no longer in business ...this is my dream bathroom great job!
  • PRO
    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    Thank you! Yes, it is unfortunate they are no longer around. I have seen many decorative chandeliers that would be similar. Do some internet searching for bronze chandeliers.....
pl13 wrote:Jul 17, 2013
willowbendpolo wrote:May 26, 2013
  • janborre
    Where can I purchase bursa beige marble?
  • PRO
    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    It depends on your location. You can contact akdo.com to find out where your local distribution is.
shooper01 wrote:Mar 17, 2013
  • albva
    Can you give the dimensions of the individual cabinets -- the sink base cabinets, the base drawer cabinets, and the upper drawers/cabinets.
    On the upper cabinets - is the glass clear or opaque? THANK YOU! :)
  • PRO
    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    albva, that is a request that falls into design services. I don't give those specifics out. If you are working with a cabinet shop / showroom, they should be able to do layout options for you.
neitz wrote:Feb 13, 2013
  • neitz
    Thank you for the information link. I'm attaching a picture of our unfinished vanity that was delivered today. You will see your influence in the design. Thank you.
  • PRO
    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    Looking great!!! I like the double set of drawers on each side. I would enjoy seeing when it's all done. Thank you for sharing.
estiggy wrote:Nov 13, 2012
  • dlflowers
    No green tag on photo or at bottom
  • emilyindallas
    Ralph Lauren Burlap
pattrafficante wrote:Oct 26, 2012
  • Shannon Twyman
    Thank you for sharing all of this info!
  • ontariomom
    Lovely vanity! Can you tell me if it is frosted glass or mirror covering the towers?
msprott wrote:Jul 20, 2012
Maya Herstein wrote:Mar 9, 2012
  • lyrics1967
    I'm a little confused with how you explain your sink dimensions. Under the countertop, it's 19.5" in width? But actual bowl size is 13.5 width? Thanks
  • PRO
    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    I was referring to width from side to side and width from front to back.
momrn5 wrote:Oct 15, 2011
  • duterrier
    Please suggest what quartz would best match the Crema marfil counter top?
  • Natalie Mack
    duterrier I am too using a quartz for our bathroom. We are using Ceaserstone Dreamy Marfil for this look.
Alex511 wrote:Jun 16, 2011
  • Alex511
    Thank you!
  • gittez
    What kind of tile is on the floor (manufacturer and color)?
Velma Walters wrote:Jun 18, 2014
yasumit wrote:Jan 31, 2014
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    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    Hello, it has been a while since those were ordered. Judging from the photo, I am pretty sure those are the small ones.
  • yasumit
    Thanks so much for answering all of my questions. Our master bathroom remodeling will be starting in a couple of weeks. I got so much inspiration from your design! I will post "before" and "after" photo when it's done.
cjmusbach wrote:Aug 24, 2013
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    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    I will need to look back in some archived records to find the custom shade company. They have either moved or gone out of business....I will post back again after looking for the information.
  • PRO
    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    It was Laurel Ann Studios in Seattle for the custom shades.
Kristina Gansser wrote:Jul 15, 2013
  • PRO
    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    I believe these towers were about 48" tall, then added a large crown detail, which was an additional 5" approximately.
    Consider a 2 or 3 pc crown and also you could do a build up at the bottom. You can see more of what I am referring to regarding a build up in other photographs of my portfolio on Houzz.
  • trishbruce
    Could you also tell me the width of these tower cabinets? Thank you
lacevedo wrote:Jun 8, 2013
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    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    Hello, the mirrors are approximately 35-36" high.
  • lacevedo
    Thank you , I really appreciate the quick response. I am looking to do the same thing but as it stands, the electricity for the lights are lower so the builder said the mirror would be 33" above the counter. I think that is too low. Thoughts?
denisesburks wrote:Feb 28, 2013
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    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    The bronze on the shower door is a nice tie-in to the other bronze pieces. That is what we did in this application. See the other photos of this project book to see the shower detail.
  • denisesburks
    Thank you! I viewed the shower and saw the hinges and assumed shower handle was also ORB.
Karen Daks wrote:Oct 7, 2012
kmageekc wrote:Jun 27, 2012
  • umich92
    If you can share the information, that would be much appreciated.
  • PRO
    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    Hello, I don't give out exact floor plans, but can help you with your bath if you need some direction for your bath. Please contact me for services if you need assistance with layouts.
Cathy B wrote:Mar 2, 2012
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    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    Hi Cathy,
    Sorry for the slow reply! To answer your question, it is more soft sage / beige in color. Always expect photography as well as computer screens to alter the colorations. Also, lighting plays a part in the color rendition. The Ralph Lauren paints are carried at Home Depot. I would suggest getting a sample to see in person.
    Thanks so much for the lovely compliment.
    Best regards,
    Kayron Brewer, CKD
  • Cathy B
    Home depot, perfect, Thanks again :)
momrn5 wrote:Jan 7, 2012
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    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    Hello,
    Yes, polished marble would need an impregnating sealer for countertop or shower (or for any application). The frequency of application of the sealer would depend on usage and cleaning of the area. It is important to use proper stone care cleaners where you have marble and not the standard grocery store shower cleaners. There are different brands of stone sealers and they usually offer a stone cleaner as well.
    As for the asthma issue, I am not sure. You may want to talk to the manufacturer of whichever sealer you choose. I do know that sealers need several days to cure. During the application and curing process is when it is most noticeable. I would avoid the area or house while the sealers are curing if possible to be safe.
    I always recommend really good ventilation for the space to help with any mold/mildew issues. Do not skimp on good ventilation! I mostly use Panasonic ventilation fans. FYI.
  • momrn5
    Thank you!
jcorbett wrote:Jan 5, 2012
2011ideas wrote:Aug 25, 2011
debutante wrote:Aug 13, 2011
sfshelton wrote:Jul 22, 2011
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    Kelly Porter
    Try a matte finish. Sherwin Williams makes this in their line of Duration paint. It has no sheen and it's cleanable. Here is the link: http://www.sherwin-williams.com/do_it_yourself/products/duration_home_interior_acrylic_latex/
  • PRO
    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    With most cabinetry manufacturers, you can choose a sheen level, ie 5% or 20%. Some cabinetry manufacturers make the paint finishes at the lower sheen level, or more matte. Check with your cabinetry supplier/manufacturer for their specifications. I highly recommend factory finishes when you are choosing paint, as site finished cabinetry will start to chip more easily and you will see chipping within a year or so.
lpelzer wrote:Aug 16, 2014
Liz MacDonald wrote:Aug 12, 2014
  • PRO
    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    Hello, I believe the splash was polished in this photo. You can certainly stay the same finish or mix it up! It's a personal preference.
rigzfamily wrote:Jul 24, 2014
kdenny19 wrote:Jul 24, 2014
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    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    Hello, the floor is 12x12 Bursa Beige marble. The shower was a glazed ceramic on the walls (no longer available) and the shower floor was Bursa Beige hexagon.
cfreckleton1 wrote:Jun 17, 2014
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    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    This manufacturer is in the US, and only has US distribution. You might have a local company that could manufacture something similar, but I am not familiar with your market.
debschef wrote:May 29, 2014
bemum wrote:May 29, 2014
Michael Hornbecker wrote:May 18, 2014
  • PRO
    GoodHouse Flooring LLC
    You rough the wire where the cabinet will go. Remove the drawer. Cut in an outlet using a shallow electric box. Flex conduit is used on the wire and fastened along the back.
    Drawer will function because on most cabinets full extension drawers are inside the face frame of the cabinet leaving enough room for a shallow box.
dougirish1 wrote:May 11, 2014
laurjel wrote:Mar 1, 2014
alexm28 wrote:Feb 17, 2014
sc313 wrote:Feb 3, 2014
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    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    It is Bursa Beige Marble. Natural marble needs to be sealed with a penetrating stone sealer. It also be maintained with a cleaner that is specifically made for natural stone. I typically use Miracle Sealants brand sealers and cleaners.
Lori Novak wrote:Dec 19, 2013
devaneyc wrote:Oct 16, 2013
kmerbear wrote:Oct 3, 2013
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    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    The brand of knobs has now been discontinued....the company changed ownership, etc. The closest brands to this would be Sun Valley Bronze or Rocky Mountain Hardware.
christycevans wrote:Sep 23, 2013
  • PRO
    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    Hello, the counter is Crema Marfil polished marble and the backsplash is the mini brick in Bursa Beige Marble.
campbellby wrote:Jul 23, 2013
Nancy Padfield wrote:May 12, 2013
sthawkins01 wrote:Apr 23, 2013
allison702 wrote:Mar 15, 2013
  • PRO
    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    There is a "See Products" link on the homepage of Houzz.com. Click on that and enter your request in the search tool.
vero__land wrote:Feb 6, 2013
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    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    They are the Belle Meade Sconce from Urban Electric Company. The shades were custom, made locally. The sconces have many finishes to choose from.
gaylegore wrote:Sep 28, 2012
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    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    I know there are things that are a porcelain that would be similar. I don't have exact names and manufacturers off hand, I just know I have seen ones that would do a good job in replacing the look if needed. Are you working with a design professional? They can typically help you shop for the right materials.
Jane Morrison wrote:Aug 13, 2012
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    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    I have seen one particular type of stainless steel kitchen sink that was undermounted with laminate. I have not seen a china bath sink. I would recommend you talk to your laminate fabricator. In general, you need a solid surface material to be able to mount the sink of your choice (as long as it is an undermount style sink).
Shannon Brennand wrote:Aug 1, 2012
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    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    Thank you, Shannon. They are mirrored, as the client didn't want to see inside. The extra mirror gives more light reflection to the room and adds a bit of glamour to the bath.
terim wrote:Apr 30, 2012
bam4bush wrote:Feb 17, 2012
  • PRO
    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    Hello "bam4bush",
    I just saw this question! Sorry for my late reply. For cabinetry, I do have several resources that can ship to you. If I have accurate measurements from your jobsite, I can provide cabinetry to you. If you would like to discuss further, feel free to email at klbdesigns@hotmail.com
    Kayron Brewer, CKD
loisj wrote:Feb 12, 2012
  • PRO
    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    Hi Lois,
    Well, a smaller version could be done for a 5x8 bathroom. This bathroom was very long and narrow. If you have a tub, you can do glass or a shower curtain. There are generally questions that I would ask to determine if which shower protection is appropriate for a project. I consult by the hour if you have the need.
    Best regards,
    Kayron Brewer, CKD
catjackabby wrote:Dec 30, 2011
  • PRO
    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    There is always a potential of staining with natural stone. A good quality penetrating sealer is very important....remember the saying, "you get what you pay for", so use a good sealer!
    As for the dog.....does your dog just sleep on the floor? Does he/she have accidents on the floor? Because that is different. Maybe need to know more. There are some really beautiful versions of porcelains which would not stain and would not require sealing.
    Kayron Brewer, CKD
robind wrote:Oct 22, 2011
lisawjg wrote:Jul 12, 2011
  • PRO
    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    The chandelier was purchased from Brocade Home - mail order. It was purchased about 4 years ago, so not sure if they still have it.
sbark wrote:Jun 15, 2011
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    Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
    The sinks were from Marzi Studios and the faucets were from Kallista (Michael Smith Collection). Unfortunately, the shower tile has been discontinued.
gavinpski wrote:Aug 9, 2014
    dougirish1 wrote:May 8, 2014

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      thedecorologist
      Kristie Barnett, The Decorologist added this to Save Money on Home Staging and Still Sell FasterJul 20, 2012

      Guess what? It's totally design forward to mix metals in your finishes if you mix the right ones. Designer's tip: If you can afford to update some but not all of your dated light fixtures, faucets and cabinet pulls, know that: • Brushed nickel and chrome look great paired with iron and black finishes.• Gold and brass look great paired with an oil-rubbed-bronze finish. Mix away!

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      kristin_lacher
      Kristin Lacher added this to Hall Bathroom6 days ago

      Tower on top of counter - could I do a mirrored door and put it in vanity area?

      drtricia
      drtricia added this to Master bath ideas6 days ago

      Could you have tile with a mirror built in? (instead of the wood paneling seen here?

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