MidCentury Modern "ADA Accessible" Guest HouseTransitional Bathroom, Los Angeles

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Bathroom - mid-sized transitional master white tile and subway tile mosaic tile floor and gray floor bathroom idea in Los Angeles with a wall-mount sink, gray walls and a hinged shower door —  Houzz
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Paul Vilca wrote:Oct 18, 2015
suzeperry wrote:Nov 3, 2016
  • Marilyn Adler

    Hello, were am i able to purchase the sink?


  • marieianoale

    Teak flooring for outside shower



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  • Margaret Schultz
    Find a good glass fabricator in your area. They’ll fix you up.
  • Margaret Schultz
    Oh BTW, it won’t be cheap !!
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Chroma Natrix wrote:Apr 13, 2015
  • Emily Dupree_Stuart

    Chroma, I saw you posted on another page back in 2013 and you did a photoshop pic of white cabinets for someone who was trying to decide to paint their oak cabinets. I'm in a dilemma and was wondering if it would be possible to have you do the same for me? I'm having trouble visualizing and this would help!

  • Chroma Natrix
    Would be happy to. Do you have a good picture? Where would you post it?
Catt Warr wrote:Jan 11, 2015
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    Barbara Grushow Designs INC
    Thank you for your inquiry. This teak bench flips up and down for convenience and is not expensive. You can even find it on the Houzz website or any bath website.
  • R11 thal

    Do you know if there is a similiar bench for bathtub?

likewhatyoudo wrote:May 15, 2016
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    Barbara Grushow Designs INC

    Thank you for your inquiry. Waterworks, Dover White, 3 x 6. I love this tile. It is hand made so it does have a little irregularity, which I love. It is handcrafted vs a "Home Depot" standard white subway tile. It has a nice thickness and weight to it as well. It is a bit pricey, but if your budget allows it is a wonderful creamy white that goes great with the honed marble mosaic shown here.

Sharon Paul wrote:Apr 21, 2016
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damaton wrote:Apr 13, 2016
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    Barbara Grushow Designs INC

    I would have to look on the plans but I would say approximately of 4'W x 5'L. Just a reminder, an ADA accessible doorway must be at least 32" W.



Asghar Kahnami wrote:Feb 19, 2016
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Alfred Leslie wrote:Feb 16, 2016
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    Barbara Grushow Designs INC

    Thank you for your inquiry. If you are referring to the bench it is approximately $400.

christisking22 wrote:Feb 16, 2016
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    Barbara Grushow Designs INC

    Thank you for your inquiry, you can find the teak bench or benches online when you search for "shower teak bench." Even Houzz sells them on their site. This one is approximately $400. I do not sell them directly.

sbr928 wrote:Feb 15, 2016
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    Barbara Grushow Designs INC

    Thank you for your inquiry. The walls and flooring in the bathroom are made up of 2" hexagonal cararra honed marble mosaic.

Ross Bordow wrote:Aug 22, 2015
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    Barbara Grushow Designs INC

    Thank you for your inquiry. The flooring is a 2" mosaic hex in honed carerra marble. It averages around $18.50 per square foot. It depends on your area and availability.

yael21 wrote:Aug 16, 2015
Anita Misra wrote:Aug 3, 2015
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    Barbara Grushow Designs INC

    I would have to look on the plans but I would say approximately of 4'W x 5'L. Just a reminder, an ADA accessible doorway must be at least 32" W.

suzanne_e_henderson wrote:May 29, 2015
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    Barbara Grushow Designs INC

    Thank you for your inquiry. It is just from RH. It is light inside which is extra nice.

jannnnn wrote:Apr 21, 2015
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    Barbara Grushow Designs INC

    The niche is just left over honed carrera slab. The dimensions are roughly 18"w x 24" h.

sdeekrause wrote:Feb 20, 2015
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    Barbara Grushow Designs INC

    Thank you for your inquiry. The bathroom stool in nickel finish is from Restoration Hardware.

j22frosty wrote:Jan 10, 2015
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    Barbara Grushow Designs INC
    Thank you for your inquiry. This is the TECLA Rectangular White Ceramic Wall Mounted or Built-In Sink MAR02011.
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                                      What Houzz contributors are saying:

                                      gwenpurdom
                                      Gwendolyn Purdom added this to Which Shower Bench Style Is Right for You?Aug 15, 2019

                                      Benches are particularly useful for older homeowners, those with elderly guests and those who plan to age in place, but they can really work for anyone. Folding benches, especially, can work for those who want the feature to be low-profile.“Accessible design always makes sense, can be well hidden and [is] beautiful,” Barbara Grushow of Barbara Grushow Designs says. “Most of the time when I bring it up, clients hurriedly dismiss the notion…. There is a lack of awareness of how easily it can be incorporated and systems can be put in place for a later time — and a genuine fear of it. People think, ‘I won’t ever need that,’ or don’t want to think about the reality if it might be needed one day.”In this case, Grushow, who has a special interest in accessible design, got this small teak bench and its corresponding hardware on Houzz and paired it with a curbless entry, wider doorways, a wall-mounted sink and other details that would work for the home’s older occupants.Even if homeowners are relatively young, a simple bench like this one can be smart to add for other reasons, Grushow says. “Imagine a pregnant woman, or a person after knee surgery or a sprained ankle. Grab bars and shower benches are amazingly helpful, useful and a great safety measure in those types of instances as well, let alone for an elderly person or someone who is permanently disabled,” she says. “We all have days where a bench, and if you are lucky enough to have a hand shower, would be a very nice way to relax and bathe.”

                                      gwenpurdom
                                      Gwendolyn Purdom added this to 5 Things to Think About Before Adding an In-Law SuiteMay 31, 2018

                                      2. What Accessibility Concerns Need to Be Addressed?As a certified aging-in-place specialist, Kiriu speaks with groups and works with clients to ensure homeowners recognize and remedy any potential home hazards or challenges for aging residents, whether it’s for their own safety or the safety of a live-in relative. When adding an in-law suite, he says, homeowners should be thinking through everything from including reinforced walls and grab bars like these in the shower to choosing mood-boosting paint colors. And it’s easiest to make these adjustments early on in the process, even if a parent doesn’t currently have mobility or cognitive problems.“You want to do it when you first do any type of construction,” he says. “When the walls are open it’s much easier to put in blocking between the studs than it is tearing everything up.” Following the principles of universal design — which Kiriu says he’s seeing more in his work — will also help incorporate pieces and structures that everyone can use now and in the future.

                                      affectingspaces
                                      Affecting Spaces added this to 12 Must-Haves for Aging in PlaceFeb 9, 2016

                                      2. Bathroom benches. You don’t have to be beyond retirement to appreciate a bench in your washroom, whether in your shower or at your sink. It permits you to go through your typical routine safely and comfortably. There are many ways to include such a fixture without making it seem as though it’s intended to address a disability. Whether you choose a wall-hung bench that can fold up in tight spaces or a built-in bench, the same principles apply in a wet environment: proper waterproofing and using moisture-resistant materials like teak, cedar or plastic.

                                      sferris4
                                      Sam Ferris added this to 11 Ways to Age-Proof Your BathroomJan 27, 2016

                                      There are ways to measure a floor’s slip resistance. Tile, for example, is rated by measuring the coefficient of friction. A flooring material’s slip resistance can normally be found on the manufacturer’s website.

                                      What Houzzers are commenting on:

                                      rigginss
                                      rigginss added this to rigginss's ideas13 hours ago

                                      Folding bench is another good idea for aging in place.

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                                      Toni Sander added this to My ideas15 hours ago

                                      folding teak bench curbless entry

                                      clark0605
                                      clark0605 added this to DI Master bath15 hours ago

                                      Grushow, who has a special interest in accessible design, got this small teak bench and its corresponding hardware on Houzz and paired it with a curbless entry,

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