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Small minimalist 3/4 red tile and mosaic tile bathroom photo in San Francisco with a vessel sink, open cabinets, a two-piece toilet, white walls, light wood cabinets and engineered quartz countertops

modern cabinetry in tight bathroomModern Bathroom, San Francisco

Photo: Bay Area VR - Eli Poblitz

Small minimalist 3/4 red tile and mosaic tile bathroom photo in San Francisco with a vessel sink, open cabinets, a two-piece toilet, white walls, light wood cabinets and engineered quartz countertops —  Houzz
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Crunch Salon wrote:Jul 28, 2012
  • colmignolig
    What is the wood you used for the cabinets and what material is in the countertop?
  • PRO
    Michael Tauber Architecture
    Colmignolig,
    This is bamboo veneer. The countertop is ceasarstone, a quartz product. Thank you for the question.
    Best,
    Michael
andifh wrote:May 21, 2013
  • hjrsvr3
    can it have a square inlay sink and what is the counter top? different wood?
  • PRO
    Michael Tauber Architecture

    HJRSVR3

    Countertop is quartz (ceasarstone). Tt could have whatever sink you would want - its just a question of cost and design choice.

    Thanks,

    Michael


ourayhouse wrote:Mar 23, 2013
  • PRO
    Michael Tauber Architecture
    2sujata,
    5'-8" between walls, toilet is required 2'6", vanity is 3'-2" wide by 2' deep.
    Good Lick,
    Michael
  • 2sujata
    Many thanks, Michael!
makeroom wrote:Oct 2, 2012
  • PRO
    Michael Tauber Architecture
    Hope you find it inspiring and thanks for your question! Id you need any further assistance feel free to call me at the address above.
  • makeroom
    again thank you!
juliapfishman wrote:Apr 14, 2014
  • Heidi Jass-Carruthers
    Michael, what stylish and creative use of this space! Not only is your talent artistic, but your willingness to share info freely is much appreciated. Thank you!
  • Malika Gupta

    Can i ask what is size of niche below medicine cabinet? We have recently bought 55'' double vanity and want to build niche below medicine cabinet and would love to know from professionals what is standard?

hdsoftail wrote:Feb 9, 2013
  • hdsoftail
    Thanks, so much.
  • PRO
    Michael Tauber Architecture
    hdsoftail,
    This room was 5'-6" wide by 8'-7-1/2'. With the 5'-6" being the length of the cabinet in the picture. The room also has a shower in the 8'-7" dimension. The space at the toilet needs to be 30" (2'-6") wide minimum. The bigger issue I see as I thought about this more is your door being being centered. There may not be enough room for a "standard" 2'-0" deep countertop. So you either need to move the door or think of another configuration. is there a bath in the room as well? A typical 5' x 8' bathroom has a sink toilet and bath all with the plumbing on the same wall. You can call me to0 discuss further, 415-252-7044
    Michael
golfermuns wrote:Dec 27, 2012
  • coolestcat
    I have the same issue as the person who asked this question. I won't be able to get into my shower unless my toilet is 26" or less front to back (to wall). I think the person was asking for the wall to edge of front seat measurement of the toilet. From Toto's website it looks to be 30.75 back to front, too long for my wee space.
  • PRO
    Michael Tauber Architecture
    OK thanks for the clarification.
    Michael
furfeather wrote:Oct 10, 2013
  • PRO
    Michael Tauber Architecture
    Furfeather-
    I wanted to make sure the world knew it was a watersense toilet - after all I am a sustainable green minded architect.
    Michael
  • PRO
    Precision flooring Saskatoon
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jand5 wrote:Aug 7, 2013
  • PRO
    Michael Tauber Architecture
    Jand5
    It is a toto toilet, eco ultra max one piece. model number, 1.28 GPF , #MS854114EG
    Don't know where you can get it where you are but most plumbing houses will sell toto and should be readily available.
    Michael
  • jand5
    there was another TALL toliet in the pic above this 1, had a flush mech on top dead center, Would you know the make and model of that 1 ? grateful for your reply-husband just passed in Jan. after starting the bath- been hard for me to follow through!

    Jand5
Jei Mo wrote:May 16, 2013
  • PRO
    Michael Tauber Architecture
    Jassiel,
    Yes behind the mirrors are medicine cabinets.There are figure pulls at the bottom of the doors to open. This is a custom piece of millwork which I designed, so you cant find one at a store. Good luck and thanks for the question.
    Michael
  • omagnes
    So much storage! Just proves that the engagement of an architect is money well spend.
lesliegersho wrote:Jan 8, 2013
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    Michael Tauber Architecture
    Lesliegersho,
    The countertop has a plywood subtop. The subtop is supported on the side opposite the sink and at the rear wall with either a small steel angle or a wood ledger. I don't remember which we did here, maybe wood since the countertop edge is deeper ( and cound conceal the wood, which is less expensive than steel). In either case make sure there is blocking in the wall behind to provide for strength in attaching the subtop.
    Thank you for the question,
    Michael
  • lesliegersho
    Thanks for the info-looks really nice
Pam Sig wrote:Jan 3, 2013
  • PRO
    Michael Tauber Architecture
    Ltcsig-
    These are from walker Zanger and are a glass mosaic. I am out of the office so unfortunately I do not have the specs at my fingertips. I believe I answered that question previously, so you might check the past responses.
    Thanks for your question,
    Michael
  • No Longer Active No Longer Active
    I am a Walker Zanger distributor. You can contact me at Crystal@Inside-Effects.com for more information.
33mead wrote:Dec 22, 2016
  • PRO
    Michael Tauber Architecture

    Yes, that is an LED strip. Now a days you could do this as a single run - custom size.

    Thank you for the question,

    Michael

Gregory wrote:Oct 26, 2016
  • PRO
    Michael Tauber Architecture

    igman,

    Thanks for your compliment. The sink was made of solid surface material ( think corian). The sink is from the Bath and Beyond in San Francisco.

    Good Luck.

    Michael


meilulin wrote:Nov 27, 2012
  • PRO
    Michael Tauber Architecture
    Meilulin,
    The code in California (CBC) requires a minimum width of 30" at the toilet.
    This bathroom has 30" width form wall to cabinet at the toilet and the overall width from wall to wall is 5'-6 1/2". The counter at the sink is a hair over 3' wide.
    Thank you for the question,
    Michael
drchiro8 wrote:Sep 4, 2012
babifav wrote:Feb 6, 2012
  • PRO
    Michael Tauber Architecture
    I think you are asking about the cabinets- the cabinets were designed by me and custom built. Lower is a pull out drawer that has shelves upper houses the medicine cabinets behind the mirrors.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

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Annie Thornton added this to Source List: 20 Tiles That Make a StatementJul 20, 2015

7. Chelsea Art Glass Tile by Walker ZangerThe slightly irregular shapes of these handmade glass tiles add slight imperfection to an otherwise orderly bathroom. Backlighting and bamboo veneer cabinets contribute to the bathroom’s overall warmth. Faucet: Axor Massaud, Hansgrohe; Eco UltraMax one-piece toilet: Toto; countertop: Caesarstone

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