Park Avenue RenovationContemporary Bathroom, New York

Inspiration for a contemporary bathroom remodel in New York with a console sink —  Houzz
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Elizabeth wrote:Apr 21, 2012
  • auslo
    Hi Lauren, I can't find the plan attached as I don't know where to click. When you face the sink, the bath is behind your knees. I am thinking of rearranging my bathroom this way (alternative is vanity under window which is awkward). Wondered your opinion on what the minimum distance between edge of sink and edge of bath before it would be too pokey? Thanks!
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    Lauren Rubin Architecture
    I'm attaching again. Let me know how this goes. Lauren
waterstar wrote:Jul 13, 2013
  • aliset9

    What is the specific name of the Ann Sacks marble tile used on the floor? Thank you!


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    Lauren Rubin Architecture

    Ann Sacks audrey mosaic in thassos and chartreuse

trudylubin wrote:Dec 22, 2012
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    Tilestone Imports
    Hi Lauren, I noticed you said earlier the floor was from Ann Sacks and now I see Artistic, can you please advise - my company carries Artistic and I have a client interested in this floor.
    Thank you for your time! It is beautiful.
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    Lauren Rubin Architecture
    Sorry! I checked and the mosaic was ordered from Ann Sacks. I'm sure Artistic Tile makes a very similar pattern.
hailcesar wrote:Dec 13, 2012
deagreenhalgh wrote:Aug 1, 2016
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    Lauren Rubin Architecture

    For easy cleaning, don't go with a beveled tile!

  • deagreenhalgh

    Ahhhh . . . that's right! Decisions, decisions! Thanks, Lauren.

bonjouryall wrote:Jan 26, 2013
  • CR Chan
    Do you think the subway tile would work if the window was lower?
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    Lauren Rubin Architecture
    Yes. I would stop and start the chair rail tile.
lhaliva wrote:Jan 18, 2013
  • ns1212
    hi could you tell me where the tile is from? thanks!
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    Lauren Rubin Architecture
    Ann Sacks but they don't seem to carry it anymore. It is metal with a blue glass insert.
sachiyetto wrote:Nov 29, 2012
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    Lauren Rubin Architecture
    Hi Daniel, I always tile the walls of a very small bathroom. The clean lines of the tile to the ceiling keep the bathroom very clean and simple and draws your eye up. My second choice would be a tiled wainscoting with a nice trim. I am going to attach a photo (very bad photo) to show you a ridiculously small bathroom but with a beautiful half wall of tile.
    Best, Lauren
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    Lauren Rubin Architecture
    Hi Daniel, I always tile the walls of a very small bathroom. The clean lines of the tile to the ceiling keep the bathroom very clean and simple and draws your eye up. My second choice would be a tiled wainscoting with a nice trim. I am going to attach a photo (very bad photo) to show you a ridiculously small bathroom but with a beautiful half wall of tile.
    Best, Lauren
iltf17d wrote:Apr 28, 2013
  • junebug42
    Could you tell me who makes the low-profile tub? thanks.
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    Lauren Rubin Architecture
    This tub is my favorite Kohler Tea-for Two.
mjmroberts wrote:May 9, 2016
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    Lauren Rubin Architecture

    It is Ann Sacks Audrey stone mosaic in thassos and chartreuse.

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    Savvy Style

    Of course it is!!! $$$ LOL! Gorgeous!


pelica wrote:Nov 1, 2015
kyriachristison wrote:Jul 7, 2014
  • PRO
    Lauren Rubin Architecture
    Small NYC bathroom. 7'-0" x 6'-6".
  • kyriachristison
    Thank you very much! We have a 6x7 in an 1876 farmhouse we have gutted and this helps a lot!!!!
atripoo wrote:Oct 24, 2013
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    Lauren Rubin Architecture
    The Waterworks tile came with corner tiles.
  • PRO
    Renov8or
    Look for beveled 3x3s. Many lines carry them.
mjmroberts wrote:May 9, 2016
Meg Matthews wrote:Jan 1, 2016
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    Lauren Rubin Architecture

    This bathtub is 5'-0" long and the bathroom is approximately 7'-0" wide. You will probably need to change the placement of the toilet.

cgs829 wrote:Nov 23, 2015
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    Lauren Rubin Architecture

    Yes, the wall tile and chair rail are porcelain. Waterworks has outside corners.

emiline414 wrote:Oct 13, 2015
Donna Kendall wrote:Mar 10, 2015
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    Lauren Rubin Architecture

    The tile is from the Waterworks Archive collection and the grout is just superwhite.

    Lauren

Lobna Genena wrote:Sep 2, 2014
laidiess wrote:Aug 8, 2014
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    Lauren Rubin Architecture
    I didn't install these windows. This is a pre-war building on Park Avenue in NYC.
karmapolicer wrote:Mar 17, 2014
shellster8 wrote:Mar 14, 2014
mylightie wrote:Mar 11, 2014
perfectpony wrote:Nov 12, 2013
deidre corcoran wrote:Oct 19, 2013
nanham66 wrote:Jan 3, 2013
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    Lauren Rubin Architecture
    Hi Nanham66,
    This is my favorite tub. It works great in small bathrooms as it has very slim lines and hence has more volume. It is the Tea For Two by Kohler.
    Best, Lauren
trudylubin wrote:Dec 22, 2012
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    Lauren Rubin Architecture
    Hi Trudy,
    Sorry, I missed this message. The wall tiles are from Waterworks. www.waterworks.com.
    Best, Lauren

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Lisa Frederick added this to 8 Tiny Bathrooms With Big PersonalitiesDec 13, 2012

At roughly 5 by 7 feet, this New York City bath has almost zero elbow room. Yet it doesn’t feel cramped, thanks to a few visual tricks: long, lean lines and a short shower curtain that doesn’t swallow floor space. A recessed niche keeps the sink out of the way.

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