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North Leaside BathroomContemporary Bathroom, Toronto

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cory wrote:Nov 21, 2018
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    The Dickson Design Group

    The main thing you need to do is have a contractor take a look at the existing window and make sure it is sealed properly and no wood is going to be exposed when the bathroom is finished. This window has a quartz surround to protect against water.

    Good luck and feel free to get in touch if you have further questions.

Jessica Frelinghuysen wrote:Sep 24, 2017
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    The Dickson Design Group

    Hi Jessica,

    The shower door was done though the contractor with his glass guy. I don't know which glass company he used but I often use Mt. Pleasant Glass and Mirror-talk to Una! Hope you find what you are looking for.

Rick Kern wrote:Jan 26, 2018
    tolmansusan wrote:Jan 12, 2018
      Elaine Gelb wrote:Oct 4, 2017

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        Annie Thornton added this to 15 Small-Bathroom Vanity Ideas That Rock Style and StorageOct 25, 2018

        1. Custom-Made VanityBathrooms of all sizes require that you be smart with space planning. This is especially true in a small bathroom, where every inch counts. If you choose a vanity that doesn’t quite fit, you can end up wasting valuable space.For this bathroom in Toronto, interior designer Kate Dickson opted for a custom floating vanity, complete with a ledge that runs the length of the wall. The custom piece adds storage and counter space, and it fits the space perfectly. “It’s worth every penny in the long run,” Dickson says. See more of this bathroom transformationFind a bathroom designer on Houzz

        Mitchell Parker added this to 8 Top Design Ideas of the WeekSep 21, 2017

        3. Try a frameless glass door for the tub. We often think of frameless glass doors as being only for walk-in showers. But in recent years, more options have come on the market that can give you the look of a sleek, modern glass door without the need to ditch your tub. It’s also a great way to visually expand a small bathroom, as shown here in this 50-square-foot Toronto space. See more of this bathroom

        Brenna Malmberg added this to Before and After: 5 Tubs That Say Hello to GlassSep 18, 2017

        “After” photo by Naomi FinlayAfter: A new frosted glass window and a clear glass shower enclosure brighten this happy bathroom, designed by Kate Dickson of Kate Dickson Design. The overhaul to the tub-shower combo makes the room feel larger and maximizes the space. The roof is sloped, so Dickson worked with the contractor to design and cut the custom glass shower enclosure. They also built a niche in the shower wall to give the clients additional storage.Betty cement encaustic floor tiles: Saltillo Imports; shower wall tile: Ceragres; shower system: Disegno via Aquadesign; Sydney tub: Hydro Systems via Home Depot; Vox Square sink: Kohler; custom vanity: JMAC Productions; browse vanitiesRead more about this bathroom remodel

        Brenna Malmberg added this to Before and After: Tub-Shower Combo Gets a Major UpdateSep 5, 2017

        After: A new tub, shower head and glass shower doors shine in the light-filled bathroom. “This was the only full bathroom in the house for mom and her daughter,” Dickson says. “Mom likes to take a bath every now and then, so the tub-shower combo had to stay.”Flooring: The first thing Dickson and the clients decided on was the floor. “I saw this tile, brought it to her and she loved it,” Dickson says. “I was nervous she wouldn’t like it, but we didn’t even look at any others.” The patterned 8-by-8-inch cement tiles act as the room’s focal point. “After picking that,” she says, “we kept everything else light and bright.”Tub and shower: The decision to go with a glass tub enclosure continued the light and bright feel of the room. Dickson says they initially talked about using only a glass panel. That would have taken up even less space, but they couldn’t move the shower head plumbing into the other wall. “With the layout like this, a panel would have been too tricky to get in and out of,” Dickson says. “The door made the most sense.” The glass shower enclosure was the last piece installed in the room. The glass panel on the right had to be cut by the contractor, DIFM Contracting, to fit into the angled space. Pro tip: In a small space, consider using a glass shower door or tub enclosure, Dickson says. “Once you put up a shower curtain, you basically put up a wall and break up the room. The glass really opens up the space visually.”Window: The contractor installed a new window with frosted glass. The window doesn’t open, but it does stay cleaner than the previous window and lets in more light, Dickson says. Shower storage: “I hate when you have to put all your shampoo and soap in the corners of the tub,” Dickson says. The shower niche and the windowsill give the clients storage and keep the sides of the tub clear. Floor tiles: Betty cement encaustic tiles, Saltillo Imports; shower wall tile: Ceragres; shower system: Disegno via Aquadesign; tub: Sydney, Hydro Systems via Home Depot; sink: Vox Square, Kohler; custom vanity: JMAC Productions; browse vanities

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        inacoetzee added this to Bathroom Ideas5 days ago

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        Rick K added this to Small BathroomJun 18, 2019

        Bathtub enclosure. Tile floor. Tile walls. Cabinet.

        kristinasheffer added this to kristinasheffer's ideasJun 9, 2019

        Small bathroom idea Like shower

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