Modern BathroomModern Bathroom, Denver

Modern Master Bathroom with floating vanities. Square aperture adjustable recessed lighting was used to complement the rectilinear interiors. A custom LED strip light and mirror detail provides soft illumination for anyone standing at the vanity and looking in the mirror.

Architect: Tom Cole
Interior Designer: Robyn Scott www.rsidesigns.com

Photographer: Teri Fotheringham

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This photo has 19 questions
annmcnamee wrote:Feb 19, 2013
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    186 Lighting Design Group - Gregg Mackell
    That's a tough question. I generally recommend using the same source that you'll be in. Because each one of these light sources give you different light qualities, I'd recommend that you use the same source for makeup that you'll be in during the day or evening. In other words, if you're putting makeup on to go work in an office with fluorescent lighting all day, you'd probably want to put on makeup with fluorescent lighting. If you're looking to put on makeup for an intimate dinner at a nice restaurant, you might want to use incandescent or halogen lighting. When you can't be that specific, it might be good to put on makeup using a task light, but with exposure to other lights sources from your architectural lighting, decorative lighting or daylight. Sorry I can't give you a "one size fits all" answer, but that's how it works.
lorisspa wrote:Aug 4, 2014
JK Olsen wrote:Jul 31, 2013
  • Danielle
    Hi Gregg, Is the frosted glass piece curved? We love this look and have been looking at different LED mirrors. We have an 8' space that we would like to cover.
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    186 Lighting Design Group - Gregg Mackell
    Actually this is a flat piece of frosted glass with a couple of fasteners at either end. There are some companies like Philips, the Electric Mirror Company and Tech Lighting who offer different styles of off-the-shelf lighting integrated into mirrors and possibly custom options as well. Good Luck!
jstavros3470 wrote:Jan 7, 2013
  • JoJo
    Did you find out what the wall treatment is?
  • Joey Naham
    Where are the faucets for these floating sinks?????
kirstenmeyer wrote:Oct 5, 2012
  • Kym C.
    where are you located? what is the approximate price?
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    186 Lighting Design Group - Gregg Mackell
    We're a lighting design studio near the Art Museum in Downtown Denver, kind of like and architects office, so we don't have a showroom or sell anything. This was a custom detail so it's not really something you can buy. To get something like this custom built by a builder, you may want to contact someone who builds homes and they might be able to give you an idea of price. Good luck!
isabelciuffi71 wrote:May 13, 2015
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    186 Lighting Design Group - Gregg Mackell

    These were a custom design, however there is a company called the Electric Mirror Company who makes a similar mirror/light http://www.electricmirror.com/

    Good Luck!

    Gregg


  • dshalov

    Do not purchase from Electric Mirror unless the diffusers (the boxes around the exposed florescent bulbs) are built in. Otherwise you'll be stuck with this look (as the diffusers they send as add ons can't be properly installed).

churchchick wrote:Feb 22, 2015
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    186 Lighting Design Group - Gregg Mackell

    I was the lighting designer on the project. I think that's more of an in-depth question than you'd probably get answered on Houzz. However, Robyn Scott the interior designer might be willing to do an hourly consultation or something to help you out She's pretty incredible interior designer. You can find her here if you're interested. http://www.houzz.com/pro/rscott/robyn-scott-interiors-ltd
    Good Luck!

    Gregg

  • churchchick
    Thank you so much for replying. I will definitely contact her. Thanks again!
mimi wrote:Jul 21, 2012
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    186 Lighting Design Group - Gregg Mackell
    I was the lighting designer on the project. I believe this was all custom made and designed by Robyn Scott at Robyn Scott Interiors. Feel free to contact her at www.rsidesigns.com

    Gregg
  • mimi
    Thank you Gregg. I will get in touch shortly.

    Mimi
georginaj3205 wrote:Jun 24, 2012
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    186 Lighting Design Group - Gregg Mackell
    I'm afraid I can't answer your questions. The interior designer was Robyn Scott www.rsidesigns.com. She may be able to tell you.
  • toscoquattro
    faucet and sinks are Toscoquattro design. the faucets are hidden in the steel shelf
    check out our website www.toscoquattro.it
flashs66 wrote:Nov 27, 2017
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Jody Wong wrote:Sep 12, 2015
elisabethk wrote:Apr 20, 2015
Stephen Villabona wrote:Jan 17, 2015
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    186 Lighting Design Group - Gregg Mackell
    That might be an optical illusion. The mirrors are flush with a free-standing wall. Floating them could have been very cool, but in this case we did not.

    Thx.

    Gregg
Justyna Harasimczuk wrote:Nov 8, 2013
tracy6 wrote:Mar 12, 2013
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    186 Lighting Design Group - Gregg Mackell
    I believe it is cantilevered from the wall more for the look than for wheelchair access. I'm positive it does not move. That would be a great idea for the right client though! Good Luck!
Roberta Brondolo wrote:Oct 26, 2012
saltandlight wrote:Jul 16, 2012

What Houzz contributors are saying:

pangaea
Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR added this to 18 Sumptuous Vanities for Singular BathroomsJul 16, 2012

The floating counters above a floating cabinet create a light and airy feel in this double vanity area. Plenty of storage in that cabinet is a real bonus.

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sindisonnier added this to Master bathNov 6, 2019

Solution for window being off center to sinks.

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khale123 added this to 2019 BathroomOct 20, 2019

central sink halfway wall between sitting room/closet/bathroom

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Richard & Wendy Crowther added this to ideabook Richard+WendyOct 6, 2019

if shower and/or toilet behind this wall, very nice

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Michael Gilroy added this to 16 ManzanitaOct 1, 2019

Sink backsplash and mirror + lights

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