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Modern Contemporary Master Bathroom Mediterranean Bathroom, San Francisco

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Large tuscan travertine floor and beige floor bathroom photo in San Francisco with a drop-in sink, flat-panel cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, a one-piece toilet, white walls, engineered quartz countertops, a hinged shower door and white countertops — Houzz

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tractorwoman wrote:
Bathtub placement - what is bathtub product or spec?
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Josh Haber
Really looking for these low rectangular sinks. Love to hear where they're from.
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Smith Architectural Studio
Again I regret I do not know the manufacturer of the sinks. This was one of those projects where the clients wanted to chose the plumbing fixtures. As an architect I designed the bathroom layout and feel and guided them in their purchases. I do know that most of the plumbing fixtures were purchased from a large bathroom showroom in the San Francisco area and can be found in most good bathroom showrooms.
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Holly Daley wrote:
Is the floor tile or marble?
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Smith Architectural Studio
It is a travertine tile
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Holly Daley
Thank you on this Sunday morning for a quick answer. Holly
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interiorsbyrebeccav wrote:
What is the window brand? - what brand of windows are used
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Smith Architectural Studio
I believe they were JenWeld, but it is the wood trim work that sets the aluminum windows off. Its all in the details.
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mbvv wrote:
Who makes the lights above the mirror?Thanks
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Mitchell Parker added this to Bathroom Workbook: 8 Elements of Contemporary Style
You won’t find moldings or face frames on cabinets or any other sort of ornamental accents. There are just the essentials here; everything is stripped down to rudimentary forms and materials. Vanities and cabinet doors are single planes and have smooth surfaces. Edges are sharp and clean rather than distressed or beveled. Tile is crisp, and grout is “absolutely flush,” says architect Sally Anne Smith. “Restrain everything.”“When tile starts to get patterning on the wall or an individual tile becomes ornate or complex, then it’s starting to get away from a cleaner, simpler design,” Little adds. That goes for countertops, too. “People usually stick to the quartz line so there’s not a lot of movement,” says John Klacka, design director at Lars Remodeling and Design.
Ventana Construction LLC added this to 10 Things to Discuss With Your Contractor Before Work Starts
Miscellaneous questions about billing, scheduling and anything else on your mind. You may be feeling entirely confident about how the project will go, or you may have dozens of questions — from how billing will be handled, to who will be there every day, to where the mail will be delivered while your mail slot is being demolished. This is your opportunity to ask any lingering questions ahead of starting day. Then you’ll really be ready. More: 5 Steps to Help You Hire the Right Contractor

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dianelumiere added this to kshama
I like the small squared windows in this house. Can that be above the front door? KM

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