People's Choice Award - Best Master SuiteContemporary Bathroom, Portland

The "Luster of the Pearl” combined the allure of clean lines and redefined traditional silhouettes with texture and opulence. The color palette was fashion-inspired with unexpected color combinations like smokey violet and tiger-eye gold backed with metallic and warm neutrals.

Our design included cosmetic reconstruction of the fireplace, mosaic tile improvements to the kitchen, artistic custom wall finishes, and introduced new materials to the Portland market.

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jayrbee wrote:Jun 23, 2012
hunterjohns wrote:Jul 8, 2012
b2odtehm wrote:Jul 25, 2012
abaig wrote:Mar 29, 2012
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    Angela Todd Studios | Portland, OR
    This is a natural stone commonly referred to as Seagrass. I would recommend checking with your local surface store or a stone fabrication company to find it
  • brandybo
    Thanks so much.
ambercrombe wrote:Nov 8, 2011
  • suzeb
    What specific colors are the green and salmon tiles? What kind (limestone, ceramic, etc.)? And, who makes them? Thank you for your help.
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    Angela Todd Studios | Portland, OR
    The tiles are limestone.
idacal3 wrote:Apr 17, 2016
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    Angela Todd Studios | Portland, OR

    The exact specifications for this project have been archived, but this bench is approximately 18-20" high and 16" wide.

  • idacal3

    Thank you so much. I have the space for that width exactly!

Vadlamani Sunanda wrote:Mar 2, 2014
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    Angela Todd Studios | Portland, OR
    Thanks for the question. I honestly can't recall where we originally sourced the accessories for this project 5 years ago. There are many things in the marketplace you can probably find that are similar is style and shape.
  • jesshealan

    what size are the shower tiles?

puente1941 wrote:Jul 7, 2013
stricky wrote:Aug 3, 2012
reardon4 wrote:Mar 4, 2012
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    Angela Todd Studios | Portland, OR
    Thank you for your question. The finished seat depth is 18" - the full size of the tile.
  • Su Pro
    Thank you for answering so many questions about this lovely shower! I have another one. In this reply, you say that the tiles are 18", but in a more recent reply, you say they are 12". Please clarify. I am hoping to create a similar look. Thank so much
dolwal wrote:May 8, 2017
clm1963 wrote:Sep 20, 2015
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    Angela Todd Studios | Portland, OR

    I am sorry this work was done by the developer of the condo. You can do a bit of forensic photography. The tiles are 18" x 18".

Arlene Appleman wrote:Jul 8, 2015
Irene Hooks wrote:Jan 31, 2015
suzeb wrote:Jun 18, 2014
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    Angela Todd Studios | Portland, OR
    This project is archived and we do not have that information readily available. Also, it is better to view it next to your tile, being that the tile is a natural stone, the stone color may vary slightly. A tile showroom where you get the tile we likely have samples of grout colors that you can view and select at the showroom.
febstar13 wrote:Apr 2, 2014
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    Angela Todd Studios | Portland, OR
    This was picked by the development team. We don't have that information for you. Similar hinges and plumbing fittings are readily available at plumbing stores like Ferguson.
sisaacsb wrote:Mar 19, 2014
vciampi wrote:Jan 12, 2014
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    Angela Todd Studios | Portland, OR
    Do you have a question for me? This was posed as a question and I am assuming you meant it to be a comment on your idea gallery?
zippy36z wrote:Sep 25, 2013
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    Angela Todd Studios | Portland, OR
    Any natural stone company local to you should have access to this tile. If you are local in Portland, Oregon I would recommend Oregon Tile and Marble. It is a limestone and commonly is called Seagrass. I do not recall the exact specifications of the floor tile, but it was either 5/8" squares or 1" squares. It comes on a 12x12 mosiac mesh.
ancasterhouse wrote:Dec 5, 2012
alexalucas wrote:Jul 18, 2012
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    Angela Todd Studios | Portland, OR
    It is not waterproof, but also not expected to give trouble with moisture. The fan in the bathroom just overhead takes care of circulating and removing moisture from the shower.
eringlenn wrote:Jul 15, 2012
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    Angela Todd Studios | Portland, OR
    I am not a tile installer. I would suggest you check with a tile installer. Perhaps one will chime in on Houzz or you can also do a google search.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Vanessa Brunner added this to 10 Top Tips for Getting Bathroom Tile RightJun 26, 2012

8. Cure between steps. Sealing tile and natural stone can enhance many tiles. A solid practice is to prepare a sample tile board and seal it before sealing an entire bathroom or shower — all of which should be done prior to installing the floor tile.Make sure you stay off these floors until they’re fully cured, and wait as long as possible before sealing the job. Don’t let your crew install the tile in two days, grout the third and then seal the following day. Each stage needs time to dry before proceeding.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

mcoon1133 added this to mcoon1133's ideasAug 5, 2019

bench have door open other way if possible

chewyd added this to Bathroom IdeasAug 1, 2019

Porcelain walls in shower, tile floor

katherineburns added this to BathroomJul 16, 2019

like large tiles, small on floor, bench

Anne Levy added this to Bathroom IdeasJul 14, 2019

Pre sealed porcelain tile with rectified edges require as little as 1/16th grout lines.

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