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Example of a classic bathroom design in Denver

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Example of a classic bathroom design in Denver —  Houzz

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gloriajayne wrote:Jan 26, 2011
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    Paul Anater
    The vanity top and the floor are made from the same gray marble.
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    Elizabeth P. Lord Residential Design LLC
    Actually, the floor tile is a Carerra Marble, the countertop is a Grey Soapstone, honed finished.
rclever wrote:Mar 9, 2011
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    Elizabeth P. Lord Residential Design LLC
    The countertop is a honed Grey Soapstone. The grey marble is Carerra, and the white marble is Thassos, which has very minimal veining, and made for a great complimentary stone for the Carerra.
cmf418 wrote:Mar 11, 2011
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    KitchenLab | Rebekah Zaveloff Interiors
    Typically something like this would be assembled out of stock or custom cabinets to the fit the space. Most kitchen cabinet companies have vanity cabinets as well. Restoration hardware does have white vanities that are 'off the shelf' so to speak as well.
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    Elizabeth P. Lord Residential Design LLC
    This is a custom sized vanity for the space. Any custom cabinet shop will be able to help you, even semi-custom.
whiterabbit wrote:Mar 21, 2011
mistya925 wrote:Apr 1, 2011
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    Elizabeth P. Lord Residential Design LLC
    I think it would be gorgeous. As the designer for this project, we had limited options because the case work and additional cabinetry in the room were going to be white. I used this same countertop on an espresso cabinet with marble floors and it gave it a very transitional look.
  • mbenveniste
    This comment/question is about this photo and for mistya925. We are planning a nearly identical look to this photo--white cararra subway marble tile wainscoting, soft grey paint above, grey marble vanity tops, and we LOVE this checkerboard floor. However, we have been planning cherry wood cabinets for the vanities. The consensus here seems to be that the wood should be either espresso (near-black) or white. I had read somewhere, that wood, being organic, was a neutral in the scheme.....but now wonder if it would look good.

    So two questions: If the photo above had the vanity switched to cherry wood, and all else virtually the same, how would it look?

    And: Mistya925, did you ever do your room in these colors and do you have pictures?

    I'm a bit new to this site, so thanks to anyone who can help!
elong wrote:Oct 13, 2011
Anita Jackson wrote:Feb 6, 2012
Kristin Caldwell wrote:Jul 14, 2012
What kind of countertop is this? I really like it.

Stella Ko wrote:Oct 28, 2012
Love the mirror. Have been trying to find similar with no luck! Where is it from? Thanks in advance :)

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    Elizabeth P. Lord Residential Design LLC
    I actually designed this mirror. It was very inexpensive and my shower door/mirror installer created it and installed it. It was around $300. Just a basic mirror with beveled mirror strips laid over it.
  • Stella Ko
    Thanks so much for the reply! I will definitely look into doing the same! :)
J B wrote:Dec 27, 2012
What is the length of the vanity?

pz1717 wrote:Jan 1, 2013
mandpmac wrote:Jan 6, 2013
Can you please tell me what the wall tiles are? Thank you!

- Beautiful bathroom

duchessofdelmar wrote:May 19, 2013
hkcat4 wrote:Oct 31, 2013
leaflet wrote:Feb 8, 2014
I like your bullnose, what brand is it? and how to pick the right one

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    Elizabeth P. Lord Residential Design LLC
    It's a V-Cap from Ann Sacks in Thassos Marble
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    Elizabeth P. Lord Residential Design LLC
    Picking the right bullnose isn't difficult when you know the look/style you are going for with the bathroom as a whole. It's it's modern, you wouldn't use a very elaborate V-cap/bullnose and in a traditional, you may use a more intricate bullnose, based on how busy your surrounding tile is.
leaflet wrote:Feb 8, 2014
what kind of bullnose is that on the wall?

Lisa Ellis / Kitchen Advantage wrote:Apr 27, 2014
Love the light fixtures. What is the make of the fixtures? Thanks.

dougirish1 wrote:May 7, 2014
Love the faucet set, can you tell me who makes it?

bernerlover33 wrote:May 31, 2014
Beautiful design! What is the name of the accent tile? Thank you!

kathleenmcgillenyart wrote:Aug 11, 2014
marilynmca wrote:Sep 10, 2014
What is the name of the light fixtures

Katherine Won wrote:Jul 11, 2015
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    Elizabeth P. Lord Residential Design LLC

    This mirror is custom made, but not at a custom price. Any mirror/shower door fabricator, can make this mirror. Just take any standard mirror, and have them trim out the edges with 2" mirror materials, with a bevel edge.

salseraamorir wrote:Aug 5, 2015
elfletcher wrote:Nov 19, 2015
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    Elizabeth P. Lord Residential Design LLC

    Archer is great! Check out the smaller Ladena as well. Good luck!

  • mojoro

    I am torn between the Archer and Ladena - anybody have thoughts on these?

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