Large transitional master white tile and subway tile mosaic tile floor, multicolored floor and double-sink alcove shower photo in San Francisco with furniture-like cabinets, blue cabinets, an undermount sink, quartz countertops, a hinged shower door, white countertops and a freestanding vanity

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Transitional Bathroom, San Francisco

Large transitional master white tile and subway tile mosaic tile floor, multicolored floor and double-sink alcove shower photo in San Francisco with furniture-like cabinets, blue cabinets, an undermount sink, quartz countertops, a hinged shower door, white countertops and a freestanding vanity - Houzz

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jeletta wrote:March 8, 2020
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    Melinda Mandell Interior Design
    last month

    Hi Annie, I'm so glad to hear you love the floor tile! It's gotten a great response here on Houzz! We purchased the floor material from our vendor, All Natural Stone, in San Jose. Where are you located? I hope you understand that I can't give away all of the manufacturers of the materials in this space, because my clients pay me to spend significant time sourcing and designing a custom space just for them. If you are looking for a designer to work with on your own remodel, I would be happy to talk to you! If not, you are welcome to use this photo as a starting point with your own local tile showroom! Good luck!

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    Melinda Mandell Interior Design
    last month

    Hi Pamela, great question. 70" inches is a pretty tight length to fit 3 sconces and 2 mirrors, however the vanity you see here is 63" wide, so it's technically possible. We had to very carefully select the sconces, medicine cabinets, sinks, etc. in order to get everything to fit. The sconces are narrow enough that they do not use a standard 4" round j-box, bur rather a switch-sized junction box (~2"x3.75"). Also, in order to make all of this work, the sinks are not centered on the drawers, and the drawer boxes fit around the plumbing. We worked it all out in a CAD elevation - but you could work it out full scale in your space. Good luck to you!

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