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Inspiration for a home design remodel in San Francisco

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Inspiration for a home design remodel in San Francisco —  Houzz
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lazidazi wrote:Sep 9, 2012
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    By Any Design Ltd.
    Nice photo of the grade change - and your toes.... !!! This is a key design detail in my builds and one you can see if you have a very trained eye in my work photos.

    These types of details wit photos and drawings are some of the most frequent questions I get asked from my online clients.

    If you want a little more help with the planning why not put me on the clock for an hour?
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    T.F.W.
    I have consulted with John a few times and he can really help clarify and make sense of industry guidelines and processes Where there are many of grey areas.......
dfinkle wrote:Sep 2, 2012
  • Ellessebee
    We really wanted a walk-in shower. We built a large one (5x4) with 2 -1/2 solid sides, one glass up to 1 foot below the ceiling and an open end about 28" wide. I froze unless I was directly under the water. I could not have the exhaust fan running while I showered because it drew out the hot air and the wind chill made things even worse. Finally I gave in and put a curtain across the opening. Fortunately, the large glass panel has a stabilizer bar just across the opening so I could hang it from that very easily. That sovled my problem entirely and I leave it open when I'm not showering and in the summer when it's not as much of an issue. I do not want a glass door so the curtain was the best option. We are building a new house and we are planning a curtain for that shower too, as well as for the tub/shower combination in the guest bath. I can change them if i want a different mood or to wash them. I can't tell the configuration of your room but you might be able to suspend a curtain rod from the ceiling or between two walls. By the way, I love your tile - what is it?
  • Ellessebee
    One more thing we did - we put heat lamps in 2 of the recessed lights just outside the shower on extension arms that aim toward the shower. This helps keep the air warm and is especially nice when I step out. In our new shower we will have radiant floor heat both inside and outside of the shower.
nekogromit wrote:May 5, 2014
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    Zen Paradise, Inc.
    zenparadise.net focuses on the supplying the highest quality pebbles and stones from throughout Indonesia. This is bath has a great zen feel. In San Francisco, you can view our tiles at Ann Sacks.
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    TOP Pebble Tile
    TOP Pebble Tile - Sumatra Blend Pebble Tile
Sunny Pak wrote:Oct 29, 2013
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    Sherissa Alyssa Sia
    the wooden bathtub is really nice, what kind of wood do we use for that or maybe the wood is varnished or something? because some wood would swell if it's wet...
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    Zen Bathworks
    The wooden tubs are made with hinoki (most commonly), red cedar, or teak. Zen Bathworks uses a modern manufacturing process to ensure the tubs do not leak as a result of repeated drying and wetting of the surface, all the while maintaining the beauty and traditional aesthetics of the tub.
    http://www.zenbathworks.com/soaking-tubs/
Kristin Musgnug wrote:Dec 5, 2010
onarasan wrote:Jan 30, 2013
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    Harrell Remodeling, Inc. / Design + Build
    This was purchased by the homeowner, though we have seen similar items on EBay and that may be a good resource for you. Bed Bath and Beyond occasional has such items as well.
leeneild wrote:Oct 16, 2012
  • Becky Campbell
    I would like the know what type of shower head and spray this is.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

paul_anater
Paul Anater added this to 9 Ways Grout–Yes, Grout–Can Add to Your DesignDec 22, 2010

This bathroom features at least four kinds of tile, and they are all drawn together into a cohesive whole by a not-quite-green-not-quite-gray grout. By avoiding extreme color changes, this bathroom is kept a peaceful and calming space.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

noolarch
Conan Reis added this to BathroomApr 6, 2019

Japanese style small tall tub and large shower instead of big tub and small shower

bertl1
Bert added this to Dream Home - BathOct 22, 2018

Love the open shower area; Note how floor drain becomes an accent in the tile pattern

kmchart
Katharine Hart added this to bathroomAug 2, 2018

tile wall with stripe going around room ending as backsplash for vanities full wall tile in shower area half wall other areas

tiff_mccall
Tiffany Andre added this to master bathJul 10, 2018

Tub is cool. Tub in shower idea

thomas_segeth
Thomas Segeth added this to Ideen von thomas_segethMay 28, 2018

gute Kombination Dusche + Becken

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