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Elegant bathroom photo in San Francisco with a pedestal sink

NordquistTraditional Bathroom, San Francisco

Photos Courtesy of Sharon Risedorph & Michelle Wilson (Sunset Books)

Elegant bathroom photo in San Francisco with a pedestal sink —  Houzz
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This photo has 43 questions
blazekdj wrote:Sep 15, 2014
  • Denise McKee
    Yes John you are correct. I buy samples before purchasing enough to complete the job. Have you heard of paint samples? Do you have many clients? Thanks for the kind response.
  • Janelle LaCroix

    People are unbelievably nasty to one another online.

anag520 wrote:Oct 17, 2012
  • belkis263
    I have had no problems yet...I get all mine answered
  • fionn_anne
    The grey wall has a rich tone and maybe touch of green. Very beautiful, can you share the colour please? Thanks.
katelaney wrote:Sep 23, 2014
boliviagirl wrote:Mar 28, 2014
  • stephsuko
    Mr. Lum,
    The purpose if this sight is to "share" ideas. You aren't answering anything for anyone and contributing nothing to the site. If you want recognition and to grow your reputation I would certainly think you would add more to the site not less.
  • agaiennie
peaches_nova wrote:Oct 12, 2012
  • bumpyjude
    I am also interested in the colors and brand of paint used. Thanks.
  • Pam Baron
    Would you have the paint colors
Cheryl McSorley_Rebsch wrote:Jul 25, 2012
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    T F Design and Color
    I too would like to know the color of the grey paint
  • K Dub
    just a guess but I have a color that looks the same and it's BM Chelsea gray.
claireb683 wrote:Jul 20, 2012
  • teniellec
    I think it is Sherwin Williams Dovetail. I love this bathroom and just tried the sample on the wall. It looks more gray on the swatch, but in person has this greige color, like these walls.
  • monica1988
    I just painted my kitchen in Dovetail and it looks exactly like this.
schrab01 wrote:Apr 9, 2012
  • Lori Hogarth
    does the wainscot go right to the floor or just to the top of the baseboard?
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    @designREMODEL Baths, Kitchens & More
    It usually goes right to the floor and then the baseboard is applied to the face of the bead board. Be sure to locate the wall studs when nailing the baseboard to keep it tight to the wall.
mirelaneamtu wrote:Mar 18, 2012
  • gin1ek
    My neighbor was trying to do contrasting colors on the corner wall separating kitchen bar and family room - the wall was textured and he could not get a straight line. Clever guy ran a line of silicone down the corner wall. It gave him a straight line and the silicone peeled off easily.
  • tanovi
    I have very small bathroom. There is no room to put soap, toothbrush, etc stuff. Where you can recommend to put those stuff?
pdxtracy wrote:Oct 22, 2012
  • Karen Freeman
    I Love the color combination. What are the two colors of wall paint?
  • lsbhome
    what are our feeling of putting same color on ceiling as used on walls? Wall & ceiling will be separated by crown molding which will probably be a white of sorts.
laurengents wrote:Nov 2, 2012
  • myaglubpanny
    Elegant, but not showy. So many bathrooms today are just SHOWY---"look at me; my owners have SO much money they can make a huge bathroom with LOTS of tile."
    Not the case here. This I like.
  • jesscal
    Love the grey walls
my_account wrote:Feb 25, 2012
northfork wrote:Aug 23, 2011
josephis wrote:Jul 26, 2015
  • huegel

    I'd like to know more about the mirror and fixture also.

  • Sue Voelz

    what color is the wall paint?

aarts wrote:Apr 27, 2011
bethkingil wrote:Jan 27, 2011
cbrenda wrote:Jan 10, 2018
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    John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA

    Brenda, While we'd like to be able to answer all the questions on the forums, we simply cannot answer them all. I think you'll see that we do answer those that we can, which don't require us to pull off-site physical archives. Also, if you read through responses, you'll see questions being repeated which have already been answered.

Diana wrote:Feb 17, 2014
  • cyt424
    I'm seeing the questions but not the answers, I would also love to know the color of the paint
kimkstohl wrote:Feb 24, 2012
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    The Shabby Nest
    Martha Stewart's Magnetite is a similar charcoal gray.
dprophett wrote:Feb 19, 2012
  • jenni126
    What color are the floors? My bath looks similar and I'm replacing my floors and don't know what shade to go with!
lauren111 wrote:Dec 28, 2011
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    Kelly Porter
    Try Creek Bend 790F-4 by Behr.
moose1 wrote:Dec 11, 2011
  • Emily H
    It's a bit hard to see in the photo. Not sure what that is made of, but it is lovely.
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                          What Houzz contributors are saying:

                          Urban Casa added this to 9 Details That Count: How to Make Your Bathroom Feel More LuxeMar 7, 2017

                          A dark color can also bring a modern look to older wood finishes on cabinets, window frames or baseboards. And darker hues mix well with mirrors and metallic hardware, allowing them to shine brightly and be the star of the room. This translates to a more styled and luxurious look.

                          Erin Carlyle added this to The Third Rule of Home Staging: Add a Splash of ColorOct 19, 2016

                          Look to classic colors like navy or charcoal gray to pop against your fluffy white towels or help make white tiles look brighter. Alternatively, a refreshing color such as pale aqua can evoke the palette of clean water, resulting in a soothing feeling. Colors you might steer clear of for a painted bathroom wall are nonsoothing brights such as orange or emerald green. While these primary colors can make a fun statement, they don’t evoke a serene or clean feeling for the purposes of a bathroom.

                          Vanessa Brunner added this to Readers' Choice: The Top 20 Bathrooms of 2011Dec 22, 2011

                          2. The strip of foggy blue at the top of this bathroom takes the standard gray and white palette to a new level. The beadboard and trim adds even more detail to the space, and Houzz users loved the use of the basic pedestal sink.

                          Natalie Myers added this to The Timeless Elegance of BeadboardAug 12, 2011

                          An example of beadboard modernized in the bathroom. The wainscotting was kept a traditional white, but above it the walls are painted a contemporary cool gray with a light blue band of paint continued from the wall to the ceiling to finish the space.

                          Becky Harris added this to 17 Ways to Bring the Gallery Look HomeMar 7, 2011

                          Don't count out your smaller rooms. Even in a powder room, you can proudly display art in an artful way. This vertical line of identically framed works on the gray wall stands out — and draws your eye away from the toilet, which is always a good thing!

                          What Houzzers are commenting on:

                          Kerry Ann added this to paintApr 24, 2019

                          Chelsea Gray that's very similar. Porter Anonymous is similar too.

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