Pinebrook ResidenceContemporary Bathroom, Cleveland

Master bathroom vanity, two person shower and toilet room beyond. Floor tile is 12x24" limestone tile by Daltile (Arctic Grey Limestone Collection).

Photography by Ross Van Pelt

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Jill Balli wrote:Aug 14, 2013
  • Jennifer Rinck
    I am so in love with the medicine cabinet. Where would I look to have one custom made for my space? A carpenter, mirror/glass store... I wouldn't know where to begin. Fantastic job on this bathroom!!!!!
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    Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
    Feel free to give me a call or email and I will see if I can help you.
tstriley wrote:May 5, 2013
  • areta44

    what is name of tile on floor

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    Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC

    Please take a closer look at the photos. The green tags call out the materials used.

islandlyfe wrote:May 23, 2013
  • B, H.
    How do you treat the glass so it doesn't get those terrible hard water stains on it?
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    Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
    There are some sealers that many glass installers on the glass to make it easier to clean and maintain. Hydroshield is one product I have seen used. I would recommend talking to a local glass installer.
Antonina Vaccaro wrote:Oct 27, 2013
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    Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
    There was cement board installed/ continued and a waterproofing membrane was applied (black finish). Rocks are loose.
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    Medford Design-Build

    How are the rocks cleaned? It seems dust / hair and lint would collect throughout the rocks, being under the vanity. Just curious!

brendaleecreations wrote:Jun 30, 2015
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    Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC

    LED tape was used below. Many manufactures make this but I think this one may have been Hafele.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

becky
Becky Harris added this to 7 Dramatic Bathroom Makeovers Across All StylesAug 7, 2013

AFTER: A once-cluttered vanity area now has one dark-stained maple floating vanity with a light glowing over restful rocks underneath. A clear glass shower stall continues the streamlined effect. See more of this renovation

becky
Becky Harris added this to From Dated Southwestern to Serene Minimalism in a Cleveland BathroomApr 22, 2013

AFTER: Duebber gained space by tearing down the separate toilet room wall, and he extended the vaulted ceiling from end to end. Now the toilet is tucked just beyond the partial wall at the far end of the shower stall. Clever lighting is also an important part of the scheme; LED tape underneath the vanity and the bathtub platform illuminate the river rocks.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

debbi33
debbi33 added this to Bathrm GuesthouseSep 5, 2019

Raised shower floor/all glass walls

ccokergibson
ccokergibson added this to Guest Bedroom Suite ideasAug 26, 2019

Like this shower design and bench. Having all that glass enclosed is concerning from a cleaning maintenance standpoint.

magaskins01
Mary L added this to Master Bath: VanityAug 24, 2019

The shower is about 4 ft x 8 ft. The space between shower and vanity is about 4 ft. Vanity is 22" deep.

magaskins01
Mary L added this to Master Bath: ShowerAug 24, 2019

The shower is about 4 ft x 8 ft. The space between shower and vanity is about 4 ft. Vanity is 22" deep.

susan_yeley
Susan Yeley Homes added this to SYI: 2517Aug 13, 2019

all glass effect - meh. not necessary/worth the glass cleaning, IMO. TH: agree

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