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Park Ridge BathroomTransitional Bathroom, Baltimore

A modern traditional hall bath with Frosty Carrina countertop, mounted lighting, beveled mirror, ledge tile and chair rail, under mount rectangular sink, hexagon floor tile. Photo Credit: Patterson Photography

Example of a transitional white tile and subway tile mosaic tile floor bathroom design in Baltimore with recessed-panel cabinets, gray walls and an undermount sink —  Houzz
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Catherine Listi wrote:Jun 5, 2019
  • dandpstewart

    Hi Catherine. We used Mapei Flexcolor CQ in Color: Frost.

  • Catherine Listi

    Thank you. I am using the same flooring in my new build & I am considering using Silver Shawdow.

jfmiii wrote:Apr 26, 2017
  • dandpstewart
    This is a Decora brand vanity. The counter is Frosty Carrina Caesarstone.
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    Paula Stewart Designs

    This is a Decora brand vanity. The counter is Frosty Carrina Caesarstone.

Cerillis wrote:Aug 29, 2017
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    Paula Stewart Designs

    Hi. Those shower curtains were purchased at HomeGoods. Economical when buying two. I am sorry but I don't have a record of the brand name.

catflew54 wrote:Apr 24, 2017
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    Paula Stewart Designs

    Hello. The wall color is SW Silver Strand. Flooring is Daltile white/white hexagon. The counter is Caesarstone Frosty Carrina.

Tara wrote:Aug 17, 2016
  • Tara

    To specify...the floor tile...thanks!

huimintao wrote:Mar 24, 2016
grlgonewild wrote:Mar 24, 2016
Amp512 Park wrote:Mar 23, 2016
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    Paula Stewart Designs

    Thank you! This is a narrow hall bath. Dimensions approx. 10'L x 5'W. We used a 5' double sink vanity.

nikitaosmond wrote:Mar 22, 2016
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    Paula Stewart Designs

    Hi. Thank you for your interest in this bathroom design. The color is Sherwin Williams Silver Strand. The two shower curtains were purchased through Home Goods. An economical price when buying two! If budget permits I would do longer custom shower curtains and place the rod closer to the ceiling - to really make them look like drapery.

Cindy Self wrote:Apr 9, 2016

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    zuzand
    zuzand added this to bathroom IdeasMay 6, 2019

    Consider 2 shower curtains for greater fullness

    laura_buzzelli
    Laura Buzzelli added this to Master bathFeb 23, 2019

    This is the tile we picked on the floor

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