Napa Wine CountryRustic Bathroom, San Francisco

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mammoth123 wrote:Aug 2, 2013
Shona Christy wrote:Mar 24, 2013
  • Shona Christy
    One more thing.. Rhea, the wood on the built ins in the living room counter.. those boards were planed smooth , very smooth. and have several coats of sealer on them since it is a counter. As for the 'fur' I call it, it is just the roughness of the wood when it was sawn and if you do not sand it down and remove this AND SEAL the wood, as Scott said, it will collect every microscopic member of dust that flies by and you will see why if you see rough cut lumber. SO SEAL it where you can clean it.. otherwise , you will regret ever doing it..Who wants to vacuum walls? You will also see where on the unsealed it has some stained look , just from years of weather and wear I guess?? but, this DOES disappear and or darken and add character with the sealing.. Which , the weathered spotting worried me at first even though I loved the wood anyway. About to get my stairwell sealed and used 2 small pieces of beam as top Newell post and bottom and will post pics of this when done as well for you. This is addicting , would love to see yours when you reno. !! :) Happy hunting. I hope you get into it as much as I have..
  • Shona Christy
    Rhea, I did not get the sealer at Walmart.. don't know why I typed that.. guess I go to WalMart so much? having my 3 grandbabies and a Senior in high School? .. got if from SHERWIN WILLIAMS...and it is..MINWAX, Oil Miodified Polyeurethane , Clear Satin. Got it at 40% off when sale was on and they didn't have as much as I wanted in stock but ordered it and I still got it as needed at the sale price.. so, 40% off is pretty good. at 49.00 a gallon or so?
weezor1 wrote:May 19, 2013
  • Diana Ko
    cabinet - solid wood or veneer? love the color
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    JKA Design
    cabinets are solid walnut but could be veneer for cost
robbinsbecca wrote:Dec 4, 2012
corrales wrote:Mar 10, 2013
  • Cindy Hayden
    What size tiles are on the floor please?
  • scerrir
    I also love the floor tile!!!

    Is it sealed?

djkroot wrote:Oct 2, 2014
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    great job ! Congratulation

  • cbrtn2016

    The floor is beautiful. I love the layout and design. Please let me know where this product can be purchased and the name or brand of the French Limestone or where I may order. I live on the East Coast and I am remodeling my bathrooms.

brendask wrote:Jul 6, 2014
  • orawan_jan
    This is a very very beautiful rest room. Excellent.
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    JKA Design
    Thank you. The architect did a stellar job on the architecture aspects with window placement, light etc.
glorycdealva wrote:Jul 13, 2013
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    Green Energy Consulting
    This is a gorgeous bathroom. Spacious yet very personal. Where is the tile from?
  • gravotto
    Reclaimed,restored,custom made by local...? and rustic!. I like it ( everything ) very much. Now, is in my wish list and my inspiration to build another one..!
gotbc09 wrote:Apr 21, 2013
  • sherralea
    what material is the vanity top?
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    JKA Design
    It is a honed limestone
rpgobberg wrote:Nov 26, 2012
donnacmorgan wrote:Feb 14, 2016
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    JKA Design

    Hello there! The countertops are made of a honed limestone. Thank you!

  • bubbyofbb

    Just wanted to comment that this is an absolutely beautiful bathroom ... kudos on your work

janetcarrillo wrote:Jan 30, 2014
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    JKA Design
    This was all custom fabricated by a local cabinet maker. They are pre made cabinets by Restoration Hardware you could buy and place together for a similar look.
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    mool li
jalancas wrote:Jan 21, 2014
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    JKA Design
    The bath floor is reclaimed French limestone from Exquisite Surfaces with terra-cotta tile cabochons interspersed.
  • jalancas
    Thanks for your response! I love your bathroom design!
coloradogirl22 wrote:Dec 17, 2012
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    JKA Design
    The counter top is also French Limestone. The inset floor tiles are terracotta.
  • coloradogirl22
    Where did you find a French limestone slab?
Sue Parker wrote:Sep 4, 2014
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    JKA Design
    The architect specified the doors. We believe they are from Nanawall
jagerrs wrote:Aug 4, 2014
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    JKA Design
    These are from Waterworks.
ramshotfx wrote:Jun 2, 2014
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    JKA Design
    Sorry, can you repeat the question?
buildme1 wrote:May 27, 2014
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    JKA Design
    The bathroom floor is reclaimed French limestone with terra-cotta cabochons interspersed.
pickupjo wrote:Apr 19, 2014
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    JKA Design
    The bath floor is reclaimed French limestone from Exquisite Surfaces with terra-cotta tile cabochons interspersed.
jonathan wrote:Feb 20, 2014
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    JKA Design
    The bath floor is reclaimed French limestone from Exquisite Surfaces with terra-cotta tile cabochons interspersed.
jalsherm wrote:Jan 29, 2014
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    JKA Design
    The bath floor is reclaimed French limestone from Exquisite Surfaces with terra-cotta tile cabochons interspersed. I don't have the specs now but the main tiles are about 9x18 with a 3" cabochon.
Gloria William wrote:Jan 24, 2014
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    JKA Design
    It's about 3" overall at back (vertical portion 2.25" and overlapping top 3/4")
Chad Freitas wrote:Oct 23, 2013
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    JKA Design
    Hi Chad! It looks like you are facing quite the challenge. Fortunately there's always a way to create a pleasant environment around those challenging spaces. Is there an image of what you are describing? It would be best for us to have a better idea of what the possibilities are. Thanks for reaching out!!!
rgysler wrote:Sep 13, 2013
  • sonriewife
    do you have a pic
Eugene Eustaquio wrote:Dec 19, 2012
  • jennifer1964
    What company makes the folding collapsable door?
mml_54 wrote:Dec 13, 2012
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    JKA Design
    This was a reclaimed French limestone, I believe from Country Floors in San Francisco.
mcsta wrote:Dec 11, 2012
  • tpenca
    The light fixtures are from Rejuvenation, they are called the Brightwoods.
Ann Finnerty wrote:Sep 17, 2013
    lindacooper2 wrote:Dec 29, 2012

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Ventana Construction LLC added this to 11 Things to Expect With Your RemodelFeb 20, 2013

      6. Change orders. The unexpected’s cousin is the change order, by which any new and changed work is documented, along with added or reduced cost. Change orders can also be used to resolve allowances, which are placeholders in the budget for particular items. But most often change orders occur because of things that clients decide to add or change. When you absolutely positively have to have that Italian tile, you can bet a change order is on the way.7. Cash concerns. Even if your project is right on budget, the sheer amount of money you are spending may cause a bit of a freakout. If you’re used to writing four-digit checks, you can easily be writing checks with one or two more zeros during a large remodel. If costs are increasing, along with change orders, it could increase your anxiety. Having cash on hand that's a bare minimum of 10 percent above contract for contingencies will help alleviate that stress. Have 20 percent if you want to worry less.

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