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Large elegant master gray tile and marble tile mosaic tile floor and gray floor freestanding bathtub photo in Boston with an undermount sink, recessed-panel cabinets, white cabinets, blue walls, marble countertops and gray countertops

Newburyport Riverside Home - Master BathTraditional Bathroom, Boston

Photo by Randy O'Rourke

Large elegant master gray tile and marble tile mosaic tile floor and gray floor freestanding bathtub photo in Boston with an undermount sink, recessed-panel cabinets, white cabinets, blue walls, marble countertops and gray countertops —  Houzz

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vineyardvine wrote:Jan 28, 2011
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    Mandy Brown Architects, PC
    it depends on the situation. The backsplash should at least go to the end of the counter.
rhperkins17 wrote:Feb 23, 2011
    theranch858 wrote:Jun 13, 2011
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      DeCocco Design
      This looks custom made to me. The way the towel cabinet sits at the end is a great use of space. What a pretty bathroom!
    • bonnieok
      I did not see the answer to the vanity ? I love it who makes it and where can I get it
    Nancy Cost Design wrote:Jul 18, 2011
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      DeCocco Design
      How about Sherwin's Mountain Air/6224? Or Rock Candy/6231 has more gray. So hard to tell on a computer, but I see blue and gray in this lovely wall color.
    • aubjen98
      Look's very close to my bathroom but we used Rarified Air/Sherwin Williams. Looks great!
    kgreene wrote:Aug 12, 2011
      lskss wrote:Dec 19, 2011
        lindared wrote:Feb 28, 2012
        • Becky Harris
          Hi Lindared! I believe that is actually tile, shaped like a rug.
        crodie wrote:Jun 6, 2012
        What tiles are used for the dots within the basketweave? And the small mosaic border around the basketwe

        candlewood0 wrote:Aug 23, 2012
        Where is the vanity from.

        • smiggs
          what is the vanity top made of and what is the color? Just what I'm looking for!
        lindahappleto wrote:Nov 27, 2012
        • sarahsumner
          Yes, it's a runtal. They can be custom matched to any paint color and people love them. Check out runtalnorthamerica.com
        • micheleabbott

          What paint color is the cabinet?

        ansus wrote:Jan 27, 2013
        What color grout was used for the floor?

          michellesmcgee wrote:Mar 28, 2013
          Trim color

          - Looks creamy

          • mnkehoe
            Hello, What bobrder was used around basketweave? bardiglio dot as well? or a differnet tile? It looks like three rows of 5/8" tiles? Thanks!
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            The Builder Depot
            Hi Mnkehoe, This is Carrara Bianco Basketweave with Bardiglio gray dot. It is not an easy product to find. Most suppliers sell the more readily available 1x2" Basketweave with black dot. As the largest supplier of Carrara product in North America (and I think you will agree when you see over 140 SKU's of Carrara in two collections alone) this is one of the many products we stock.

            Our Gray dot Bardiglio honed basketweave is available online for just $12.75 a square foot (I know reverse sticker shock) and yes, this is 100% Italian marble, I can hear the gasp :) http://www.thebuilderdepot.com/cbh-1x2-bskgd.html

            The border is probably a 5/8" mosaic cut into strips of either 2 pieces wide or 3 pieces wide. We also offer the option of a 1x4" stacked to create a double tram border. Options of Bardiglio borders allow our customers to create unique looks. Actually 140 SKU's of Carrara allow our customers to create unique looks. Attached are the Bardiglio mosaics.

            We are always asked, (mainly by irritated retailers who are trying to sell this exact same product for $60.00 a square foot) "why are you selling a product for $12.75 a square foot" then they add "You do understand you can sell it for at least $50.00 a square foot, are you idiots!".

            Perhaps we are. But the real reason is because we can and in a way we have to. Our business model works because we deal with the quarry direct. That quarry does not expect one order (perhaps 150SF) a month of Basketweave (like a boutique retailer might sell). An Italian quarry has huge investment in fixed costs. They expect orders of 200 crates/pallets at a time, each month. So we have huge volumes shipping to us every month. We have limited warehouse space and have to ship it out as quick as it comes in.

            It is a unique business strategy. We have to cut our costs down to practically nothing. No frills marketing, you will not see us in the mainstream magazines or on TV. We will not have a booth at a trade show (those things cost $300K+). All our energy is on: 1. Product Quality and 2. Price. That is it. Anything else you add to the business has to be added onto the product cost. We ensure very little costs get added to the product. That ensures you get a price that many businesses see as "silly'. For "reverse sticker shock" please visit us online: http://www.thebuilderdepot.com/bianco-carrara.html
          Gloria William wrote:Dec 1, 2013
            Fuduli Interiors wrote:Jan 23, 2014
              aeglisson wrote:Oct 28, 2014
              What is the width of the vanity?

                abbkis wrote:Jun 28, 2016
                Love everything! What color grout was used with the basketweave?

                  Rebecca F wrote:Jun 29, 2016
                  dawn wrote:Oct 8, 2017
                  Is the vanity more of a creamy white or bright white

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