Mesa ContemporaryContemporary Bathroom, Santa Barbara

This whole house remodel updated and expanded a 1950’s contemporary. Redwood siding from the original home was used on this accent wall in the new powder room. Architect: Harrison Design; Landscape Design/Construction: Grace Design Associates; Photography: Jake Cryan Photography

Inspiration for a contemporary pebble tile floor bathroom remodel in Santa Barbara with a wall-mount toilet and a wall-mount sink —  Houzz
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mayannalynn wrote:Feb 8, 2015
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    Island Stone

    King pebble tile (image shown) includes pebbles that range from 3"-5". Our Perfect Pebble tiles include pebbles that range from 1.5"-3"

  • mayannalynn

    Thanks so much! You've been very helpful.

Marc Conder wrote:Oct 17, 2015
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    Changing Images Design, llc

    Can you tell me how this sink is plumbed?

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    Allen Construction

    Does the answer above not address your question? All the plumbing is in the wall. I don't know what else to tell you.

huntsville wrote:Jul 19, 2013
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    Allen Construction
    The owner purchased this mirror, along with the vanity lights, at The Lighting Showroom in Kings Beach, California (Lake Tahoe). You could call them and/or send them the photo and see if they can tell you who the manufacturer is. Or send you the same mirror....
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    Allen Construction
    And the owner said the person she worked with at The Lighting Showroom was Kerri.
Dpgs wrote:Dec 15, 2014
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    Allen Construction
    I'm sorry but I don't have the make of that faucet. The owner bought that sink and fixture on her own. I see it on the Omvivo website - manufacturers of the Onda sink. I suggest you contact them.
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    Allen Construction
    No thank you.
I Blitz wrote:Sep 19, 2015
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    Ackerman Art & Design

    The circular beveled mirrors in Mountainside Modern master bath were custom made .

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    Allen Construction

    These were not.

Terry Thompson wrote:Aug 31, 2015
alijost wrote:Jul 7, 2015
  • Marlene Eckard

    Where can I find the sink in South Africa and what are the dimensions of the sink ?

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    Allen Construction

    You could buy the sink on line and have it shipped to South Africa. Here is a link to the product: Other than that I would not know where you could find it in South Africa. I suggest you contact plumbing stores within the country, show them the product and see if they can get it brought in. I hope that helps.

Lesley wrote:Mar 14, 2014
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    Levy Construction, Corp.

    could you provide details on the floor finish? im interested in trying something similar and would like some hints, tips, tricks...etc...

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    Allen Construction

    The pebble floor is from Island Stone-King Pebbles. However, that particular blend has been discontinued. There are different sizes, colors and blends of rock available.

sadie1jane wrote:Apr 9, 2018
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    Allen Construction

    Thank you for your inquiry to Allen Construction. The wood used in this powder room is reclaimed redwood siding from the original home that was deconstructed and reused in the replacement home. I hope that helps.

    The Allen Construction Team

Paula Matt London wrote:Sep 5, 2015
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    Allen Construction

    This siding is reclaimed redwood from the original home that was deconstructed and materials reused in the replacement home. So, unfortunately, no website for a reclaimed material.

andree270 wrote:May 17, 2015
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    Allen Construction

    The wall mounted toilet was purchased at Ferguson's Kitchen and Bath Showroom (a national chain). I hope that helps.

postandbeampropertygroup wrote:Feb 16, 2015
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    Allen Construction

    Our client for this project purchased the Onda Single Washplane sink together with the faucet. It was a faucet recommended by Onda.

cn07zlgp wrote:Feb 9, 2015
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    Allen Construction

    I spoke with some of the project managers in our company and they say, Yes, you can use clay brick tile for your bathroom wall, however, you should seal them. Otherwise, they will absorb moisture. Not only will that cause some variation in the color, you don't want to accumulate moisture in the walls of your bathroom. Not a healthy condition in the long term. Best of luck!

guerrama1983 wrote:Oct 12, 2014
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    Allen Construction
    I took a look at a couple of different websites and saw that this sink runs around $3000.
travelngal wrote:Mar 27, 2014
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    Allen Construction
    The sink is a Onda Single Washplane Solid Surface. You can check out the photo tag for a link to the product.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Anne Ellard Design added this to How to Choose the Right Bathroom SinkMay 5, 2015

8. Washplane sink. Washplane sinks, often spotted in sleek hotels and restaurant bathrooms, are the simplest of the options. They’re slim, streamlined and stylish. Pros: Washplane sinks take up very little space, so they can work in a room where space is limited, such as in a powder room. A stonemason can make them in this style from granite, marble or engineered stone. They mount a small stainless steel trough under the sink to catch the water before it runs into the waste pipe in the wall behind.Cons: Washplane sinks are best suited to the powder room, where the sink will be used just for hand washing. They don’t come with the option of having a plug, plus they are extremely shallow, so they’re not designed to hold water. Good for: Powder rooms.Tell us: What sink did you choose for your bathroom? Share in the Comments.More on HouzzKey Measurements to Make the Most of Your BathroomFind a bathroom remodeler in your areaShop for a bathroom sink

Royston Wilson Design added this to How to Hide the ToiletApr 27, 2015

Tricks of the EyeFloating features. It is hard not to want to touch the floor and wall here. They are so textural and inviting. Your eye is drawn to the slim sink that complements the line of the timber perfectly. Everything appears to float. The soft mirror shape follows the internal curve of the sink as though it has been lifted out of its niche. Finally, there is the toilet — last and definitely least!

Jennifer Ott Design added this to A Designer Shares Her Master-Bathroom Wish ListJan 23, 2015

4. Wall-mounted toilet. I know, I know; these have a tendency to look rather institutional, but wall-mounted toilets take up less floor space and are so much easier to clean around than standard floor-mounted toilets. You will need an access panel to a room next to or behind the toilet, so you can get to the plumbing if needed, which means, as with the curbless shower, a wall-mounted toilet can be tricky to add during a renovation.I should point out that this beautiful bathroom is anything but institutional looking, thanks to the use of natural materials — the wood and river rock.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

peter_damon27 added this to Bethel HouseAug 11, 2019

Wall mounted toilet saves space

DOT-K Incubator added this to Idee di DOT-KAug 9, 2019

Ispirazione per parete lavabo bagno B12

jaybird33333 added this to Bathroom RedoAug 5, 2019

Love the sink and the whole bathroom

Kacey Bryan added this to Itskaceykakes' ideasAug 3, 2019

Dual flusher on wall and I like the sink

stephanieridgway added this to Amy and Scotty RenoJul 21, 2019

sample wall mounted toilet over cool wood

Stacy added this to bathroomJul 19, 2019

Always remember - want radiant heat in bathroom - doesn't have to be fancy - we've had electric pad radiant heat under our tile for 15 years now. wall mounted toilet? river stones wood

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