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Master shower Mediterranean Bathroom, San Francisco

Architect: Charlie Barnett Associates
Interior Design: Tucker and Marks Design
Landscape Design: Suzman & Cole Design Associates
Photography: Mathew Millman Photography
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http://www.aldersonconstruction.com
Tuscan beige tile and subway tile bathroom photo in San Francisco — Houzz

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genab wrote:
Is the vent in the ceiling an exhaust fan?
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simone7000
Can you explain more how you hung the grill? Is it made specifically for this purpose?
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Alderson Construction
It was just screwed in place. It is a completely generic grill from Reggio.
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Togi Jiru wrote:
Wonderful shade of grey -- do you mind sharing the manufacturer and shade?
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Alderson Construction
Sorry, I do not have record of the grout color.
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AmyN
I just did my kitchen in this tile and used Bone grout. It looks very similar.
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onesister wrote:
who makes the wall tile for this? Love the slight variations
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Alderson Construction

Waterworks, #ARC36PUMICE-SAM, 3" x 6"

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lindaclarkfreeman

Thank you

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Annette Odello wrote:
Love the shower system. Could you Please tell me who makes it? Thanks
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Alderson Construction

Waterworks supplied the plumbing fixtures.

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Annette Odello

thank you!

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ayemore wrote:
What is the height of the seat? Thanks!
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Tucker & Marks
I am sorry I don't have that info readily available.
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L. Leeds

Looks like 3x6 tiles and one row of 6x6 so you can do the math

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a777fan wrote:
Who made the grating for the exhaust fan? - Interested to know who made the exhaust fan grill.
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Tucker & Marks
Hello,
This detail was custom-designed by Tucker & Marks for this particular project.
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McNICHOLS CO.
You can also check out our Designer Perforated Grilles for more designs and finishes at http://www.mcnichols.com/perforatedgrilles.
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jococoj wrote:
shower - how deep is this shower ledge/seat please? Do the area dimensions you provided include that depth ? Many thanks.
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Alderson Construction
The seat is 1' 6" deep. The dimensions given previously are between the walls and exclude the bench.
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jococoj
Thank you for responding!
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Cassandra Mallory wrote:
What is the name of this tile? - Tile?
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Waterworks, #ARC36PUMICE-SAM, 3" x 6".
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Martha Padilla Hoffman
love this color tile
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asmoorehouse wrote:
How is the plumbing arranged behind the cubby?
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Assuming you wish to know how the supply lines are routed to the shower head, they go around the cubby to one side.
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asmoorehouse
Thank you!
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mikeyrosie000 wrote:
Whatever did you get the tile? - Where did you get the tile and what color is it?
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The walls are supplied by Waterworks in San Francisco, they are #ARC36PUMICE-SAM. The floor is a slab of Crema Marfil.
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petieshappyplace
What is the name of mosaic around Crema Marfil please. It's beautiful.
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kjesch wrote:
What is the border on the floor called? Where did you get it?
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Parramore Mosaic "Portia", Honed, by Waterworks.

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stash_u wrote:
Hi....is the shelf in the niche removeable? - If the shelf is removable, how is it held in place? What is the size of the niche?
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Alderson Construction

The shelf is not removable.

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Penny Saupe wrote:
What kind of window is this?
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Alderson Construction
Blomberg metal window: http://blombergwindowsystems.com/
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Cassandra Mallory wrote:
Tile - Does anyone know the name of this tile?
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Waterworks, #ARC36PUMICE-SAM, 3" x 6".
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crandalldeanna wrote:
Could you tell me the name of manufacturer of hand held shower - tks
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Alderson Construction
It is Waterworks, model number AEHS25, Aero.
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codyrmccabe wrote:
Does this shower have a lip and/or a door or curtain to enter
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Alderson Construction
There is a frameless etched glass door.
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Marian van der Laan wrote:
Is it true the tiling of 3stone, like in photo, starts in the center ?
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Alderson Construction
That is often the case, however it depends on priorities in the space to be tiled. Sometimes openings or casework can affect the layout.
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Louise Barnard wrote:
Cultured stone, echo ridge - What paint colors go with cultured stone echo ridge
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Alderson Construction
This is not cultured stone, it is a natural limestone product.
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Roktta wrote:
Need Exhaust fan if I have windows in bathroom? - Do you think I really need an exhaust fan if I have windows in all the baths in my house?
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Alderson Construction
No, it is not really necessary. This shower required it because it has a steam bath.
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tcavagnaro wrote:
Like this shower a lot! Was the tile set in a mortar bed or thin set? Thanks.
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Alderson Construction
Set in mortar bed.
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Roshelle Wherritt wrote:
Does this tile show water spots bad or do you have to dry it off every time?
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We haven't had any complaints from the client, and they aren't the type that would put up with having to dry it off every time. That being said, I haven't been to the house for a while, so I can't say for sure.
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elaineemil wrote:
Love the shower. What are the dimensions of the area please. - It's a beautiful design and I would very much appreciate receiving the dimensions of the shower area.
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The room is 8'0" x 4'3"
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l_curd wrote:
What are the dimensions? - What are the shower dimensions?
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l_curd wrote:
What are the dimensions? - What are the dimensions?
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armam56 wrote:
Floor tile - What is tile in floor and trim tile??
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Rocco Summa wrote:
who makes the subway tile shown here?
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S P B wrote:
Dimensions of shower - This is similar to what we plan to do. Can you give the dimensions of the shower? Is this a doorless and curbless shower? Thank you
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sbyeager wrote:
Shower floor - color and make of shower floor please
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brianabanana wrote:
grout - What Brand and color grout is used?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Mitchell Parker added this to 15 Design Tips to Know Before Remodeling Your Bathroom
14. Have more than one way of drying out your bathroom. Reducing mold and mildew begins with removing moisture. To do that it’s best to have a multifaceted approach: a great fan that vents to the outside (not into an attic) and an operable window.
Bryan Anthony added this to Photo Flip: 50 Showers That Create a Splash
11. Subway tile from Waterworks covers the walls and pitched ceiling in this San Francisco master bathroom.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Andrea added this to Main Bathroom
Shower idea with seat and shelf
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Why put the shower head up so high? Especially with the lower other shower head.

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