Modern Bathroom with Stunning TileModern Bathroom, San Diego

Shelley Gardea Photography © 2012 Houzz

Example of a minimalist multicolored tile and mosaic tile bathroom design in San Diego with flat-panel cabinets and white cabinets —  Houzz
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chanipantierer wrote:Nov 6, 2013
lynn wrote:Aug 3, 2012
  • filliefunke
    Indeed, this tub is amazing....make and model?
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Studio East Construction & Design Inc. wrote:Apr 11, 2013
  • erinhawk
    Yes, Ikea vanity… Godmorgon series. Grundtal leg series.
Lesley Harrison wrote:Feb 28, 2013
  • erinhawk
    They were from an artist from San Diego… She sprays a curing agent over natural foliage on copper boxes and it leaves a beautiful "shadow" of the plant. Sorry, I couldn't see her name on any of the pieces.
spacedolphin wrote:Mar 6, 2012
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tbl834 wrote:Mar 5, 2012

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    mariannel
    Marianne Lipanovich added this to 4 Secrets to a Shiny-Clean BathtubNov 30, 2015

    1. Cleanser ChoicesThere are a lot of cleansers on the market along with popular homemade solutions. A paste made by combining equal parts baking soda and water is fine for any type of tub and works especially well on soap scum. Beyond that, the tub’s finish makes a difference in what you use. You have more options for a porcelain finish, which is by far the toughest surface, including a vinegar-based solution. “We try to use as few nasty chemical products as possible,” says Lynn Blair-Broeker, one of the owners of What Needs Done, a chore service company in Cedar Falls, Iowa. “A mixture of warm vinegar and a bit of Dawn and a scrub pad does a pretty good job on tub soap scum. I also find microfiber rags and water work on a tub that is not too scummy.” If you opt for a commercial cleanser, your first step is to read the label carefully, according to Gary Uhl, brand education director at American Standard, as even some seemingly gentle lotion-like cleansers can be abrasive. For porcelain and enamel finishes, a cleanser that includes a mildly abrasive component is fine. Acrylic tubs scratch easily; you should only use something that is completely nonabrasive on them.

    shelleygardea
    Flea Market Sunday added this to My Houzz: Cheerful, Eclectic Modern Beach HouseFeb 21, 2012

    The updated master bath is fresh and modern with stunning glass tile. The organic form of the footstool contrasts nicely with the clean modern lines of the bathtub and the vanity.

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