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Tropical Bathroom
Tropical Bathroom
Island style master freestanding bathtub photo in Boston with raised-panel cabinets, white cabinets and white walls
Sea Cliff Huntington Beach
Sea Cliff Huntington Beach
Remodel Experts, Inc.
Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary 3/4 multicolored tile and porcelain tile ceramic tile and white floor alcove shower remodel in Orange County with furniture-like cabinets, brown cabinets, a two-piece toilet, white walls, a vessel sink, a hinged shower door and brown countertops
Moroccan Lounge
Moroccan Lounge
Lucy Interior Design
ASID: First Place, Entire Residence, 2011 Dazzling Design Story in MSP, March 2012 All furnishings are available through Lucy Interior Design. www.lucyinteriordesign.com - 612.339.2225 Interior Designer: Lucy Interior Design Photographer: Jeff Johnson
Gallery
Gallery
Saxum Tile Design Studio
Example of a large eclectic master white tile and mosaic tile medium tone wood floor and brown floor claw-foot bathtub design in Los Angeles with a two-piece toilet and white walls
Jack and Jill Bathroom Update
Jack and Jill Bathroom Update
La Grange de S.
We had a very tight budget and couldn't do a full overhaul. Instead, we kept the shower/bath side and retiled the floor with great moroccan style cement tiles. We also replaced vanity and mirror. Very cost effective and definitely whoa factor.
Creek Side Modern
Creek Side Modern
Foursquare Builders
Casey Dunn
Large trendy white tile and stone tile marble floor bathroom photo in Austin with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, marble countertops, white walls and medium tone wood cabinets
Moroccan Mermaid Bathroom
Moroccan Mermaid Bathroom
Whidbey South Woodworks
Example of a beach style white tile gray floor freestanding bathtub design in Seattle with shaker cabinets, gray cabinets, gray walls, a vessel sink and white countertops
Transitional Moroccan Industrial Bath
Transitional Moroccan Industrial Bath
The Kitchen Studio of Glen Ellyn
Free ebook, CREATING THE IDEAL KITCHEN Download now → http://bit.ly/idealkitchen The hall bath for this client started out a little dated with its 1970’s color scheme and general wear and tear, but check out the transformation! The floor is really the focal point here, it kind of works the same way wallpaper would, but -- it’s on the floor. I love this graphic tile, patterned after Moroccan encaustic, or cement tile, but this one is actually porcelain at a very affordable price point and much easier to install than cement tile. Once we had homeowner buy-in on the floor choice, the rest of the space came together pretty easily – we are calling it “transitional, Moroccan, industrial.” Key elements are the traditional vanity, Moroccan shaped mirrors and flooring, and plumbing fixtures, coupled with industrial choices -- glass block window, a counter top that looks like cement but that is actually very functional Corian, sliding glass shower door, and simple glass light fixtures. The final space is bright, functional and stylish. Quite a transformation, don’t you think? Designed by: Susan Klimala, CKD, CBD Photography by: Mike Kaskel For more information on kitchen and bath design ideas go to: www.kitchenstudio-ge.com
Transitional Moroccan Industrial Bath
Transitional Moroccan Industrial Bath
The Kitchen Studio of Glen Ellyn
Free ebook, CREATING THE IDEAL KITCHEN Download now → http://bit.ly/idealkitchen The hall bath for this client started out a little dated with its 1970’s color scheme and general wear and tear, but check out the transformation! The floor is really the focal point here, it kind of works the same way wallpaper would, but -- it’s on the floor. I love this graphic tile, patterned after Moroccan encaustic, or cement tile, but this one is actually porcelain at a very affordable price point and much easier to install than cement tile. Once we had homeowner buy-in on the floor choice, the rest of the space came together pretty easily – we are calling it “transitional, Moroccan, industrial.” Key elements are the traditional vanity, Moroccan shaped mirrors and flooring, and plumbing fixtures, coupled with industrial choices -- glass block window, a counter top that looks like cement but that is actually very functional Corian, sliding glass shower door, and simple glass light fixtures. The final space is bright, functional and stylish. Quite a transformation, don’t you think? Designed by: Susan Klimala, CKD, CBD Photography by: Mike Kaskel For more information on kitchen and bath design ideas go to: www.kitchenstudio-ge.com
Transitional Moroccan Industrial Bath
Transitional Moroccan Industrial Bath
The Kitchen Studio of Glen Ellyn
Free ebook, CREATING THE IDEAL KITCHEN Download now → http://bit.ly/idealkitchen The hall bath for this client started out a little dated with its 1970’s color scheme and general wear and tear, but check out the transformation! The floor is really the focal point here, it kind of works the same way wallpaper would, but -- it’s on the floor. I love this graphic tile, patterned after Moroccan encaustic, or cement tile, but this one is actually porcelain at a very affordable price point and much easier to install than cement tile. Once we had homeowner buy-in on the floor choice, the rest of the space came together pretty easily – we are calling it “transitional, Moroccan, industrial.” Key elements are the traditional vanity, Moroccan shaped mirrors and flooring, and plumbing fixtures, coupled with industrial choices -- glass block window, a counter top that looks like cement but that is actually very functional Corian, sliding glass shower door, and simple glass light fixtures. The final space is bright, functional and stylish. Quite a transformation, don’t you think? Designed by: Susan Klimala, CKD, CBD Photography by: Mike Kaskel For more information on kitchen and bath design ideas go to: www.kitchenstudio-ge.com
Nordquist
Nordquist
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
Photos Courtesy of Sharon Risedorph & Michelle Wilson (Sunset Books)
Elegant bathroom photo in San Francisco with a pedestal sink
Spring Lake Beach Chic
Spring Lake Beach Chic
threshold interiors
Location: Spring Lake, NJ, US Our design goal for this renovation and addition was to present a modern interpretation of Colonial Plantation Style. This home features dark wood floors, wood paneling and a light soothing color scheme. The Dining Room features classic silk De Gournay Wallpaper which further fuses the indoor and outdoor seamlessness of the home. The amazing tile installations permeate the decor with color, texture and pattern. The shaker-style kitchen is refreshed by using black cabinetry, a custom stainless hood and La Cornue Range. We enjoyed adding vintage finds throughout - a farm table for the Kitchen, Bergere chairs in the Entry, and a Victorian Flower mirror in the Powder Room. threshold interiors ensures that your beach retreat is elegant, transitional and most importantly comfortable and relaxing! Photographed by: Michael Partenio
Bathroom
Bathroom
Meg Lonergan Interiors
Photography: www.katelesueur.com
Elegant mosaic tile floor bathroom photo in Houston with an undermount sink and multicolored walls
Buena Vista House Bathroom
Buena Vista House Bathroom
Winder Gibson Architects
This new hillside home above the Castro in San Francisco was designed to act as a filter from the peaceful tress-lined street through to the panoramic view of the city and bay. A carefully developed rhythm structures the building, directing the visitor through the home with mounting drama. Each room opens to the next, then out through custom mahogany doors to the decks and view. Custom vine-like wrought-iron railing provide a counterpoint to the pure geometry of the rooms. Featured: California Home & Design magazine.
Eichler Palms Fish Scale Shower Wall
Eichler Palms Fish Scale Shower Wall
Mercury Mosaics and Tile
Large Moroccan Fish Scales - 244 Blue Green, 1065 Mint Julep, 32 Canton Jade, 1016 Costa Rica. The dynamic HGTV duo Heather and Brad of Fox Homes brought Minnesota to Palm Springs and created the most picturesque Eichler house we've ever seen. As if the mountain view and crystal blue swimming pool weren't enough, it's filled with beautiful design, furniture, murals, and handmade tile all from Minnesota. Featured on Modernism Week for it's gorgeous Mid-Century Modern design, this stylish house is the ultimate vacation spot. Eichler homes were developed in California by Joseph Eichler starting in the 1950s. These architectural masterpieces are known for their Mid-Century Modern style. Often found in the Bay Area, these houses are full of sleek lines, traditional materials and minimal design. When this style of home is paired with the amazing design eye of Fox Homes, it creates the quintessential “dream home”. https://mercurymosaics.com/blogs/news/palm-springs-eichler-filled-with-tile?_pos=2&_sid=2636bb822&_ss=r
Ocean Front Moroccan Masterpiece
Ocean Front Moroccan Masterpiece
Central Coast Audio Visual
Example of a tuscan bathroom design in Santa Barbara with open cabinets, white walls, an integrated sink and white countertops
Moroccan Mermaid Bathroom
Moroccan Mermaid Bathroom
Treefrog Design
Snowberry Lane Photography
Large beach style master green tile and subway tile porcelain tile and gray floor bathroom photo in Seattle with gray cabinets, a vessel sink, quartz countertops, a hinged shower door, white countertops, shaker cabinets and green walls
Custom Bath wth Japanese Soaking Tub
Custom Bath wth Japanese Soaking Tub
Jonathan McGrath Construction, LLC
This typical 70’s bathroom with a sunken tile bath and bright wallpaper was transformed into a Zen-like luxury bath. A custom designed Japanese soaking tub was built with its water filler descending from a spout in the ceiling, positioned next to a nautilus shaped shower with frameless curved glass lined with stunning gold toned mosaic tile. Custom built cedar cabinets with a linen closet adorned with twigs as door handles. Gorgeous flagstone flooring and customized lighting accentuates this beautiful creation to surround yourself in total luxury and relaxation.
Master Bathroom
Master Bathroom
Michael Lyons Architect
Drop-in bathtub - traditional beige tile drop-in bathtub idea in Dallas with a vessel sink
Moroccan Mermaid Bathroom
Moroccan Mermaid Bathroom
Treefrog Design
Snowberry Lane Photography
Large beach style master green tile and mosaic tile porcelain tile and gray floor bathroom photo in Seattle with gray cabinets, a one-piece toilet, white walls, a vessel sink, quartz countertops, a hinged shower door and white countertops
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