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Powder Bath Rustic Powder Room, Seattle

Interior Design by Barbara Leland Interior Design

Photography Courtesy of Benjamin Benschneider
www.benschneiderphoto.com/
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http://www.krannitzgehl.com/residential/yellowstone-club-residence/
Inspiration for a rustic pebble tile powder room remodel in Seattle with a vessel sink, wood countertops and brown countertops — Houzz

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Neavhyou wrote:
背景墙是用鹅卵石铺的的吗?怎么做的
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Pebble Tile Shop
Love the use of standing pebble tile on the wall! Gorgeous space!
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monarc617
Absolutely fabulous!
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lak1113 wrote:
Wood countertop - I am interested in purchasing the countertop. Where or who may I contact to get a piece similar to this. I live in south Florida
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Krannitz Kent Architects
you might try some of these guys in your neck of the woods: http://www.salvo.us/florida/antique-and-reclaimed-materials/directory.html
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Chrissy Pecorella-Granati

I live in brooklyn and staten island and would love to do a wood vanity like this also. can you recommend any places near hear where I can get a reclaimed wood piece like this

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nragsdale wrote:
Where can you get this stacked pebbled tile?
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cherirdh
Stunning powder room! Who makes this vessel sink/ faucet ?
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Island Stone
Our company Island Stone makes this products. we call it "stacked tile". Click the below link to see our product.
http://www.islandstone.com/product-detail.php?id=23&keywords=Stacked_Pebble
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karentimpani20 wrote:
Powder room - Love this room! Love the wood floating base! I live in Arizona where would I get a base like that and also the pebbles on the wall
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Cynthia Taylor-Luce

You can buy the pebbles already assembled on a base like you do mosaics. The wood is either reclaimed or specially ordered. Locally we have a wood specialist store where you can order these things, but I'm not sure what's available near you.

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Krannitz Kent Architects

Cynthia is correct. The pebbles come attached to a mesh backing and are installed similar to mosaic tiles. The wood base was a new timber (could be reclaimed if you like) that was flamed (charred with a blowtorch), wire brushed, and sealed with a wax. You should have a local wood specialist that can achieve the finish for you.

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rhinodoc wrote:
Drain pipe - How was the drain pipe concealed under the beam?
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Krannitz Kent Architects
A recess was notched out of the bottom of the beam. The p-trap and drain are fully enclosed by the depth of the beam. Hope that helps!
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Myki von_Ferro
Amazing - what standing tile product was used and how was the air grille fashioned?
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traciepugh wrote:
Where can is find the sink?
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alaskan bronze
This is a custom basin from Alaskan Bronze.
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Krannitz Kent Architects

Actually, this sink is a custom basin from a company called Stone Forest. Great that you can manufacture this too!

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larasthings wrote:
Beautiful sink - Can you tell me the name of this sink and where I can find it?
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alaskan bronze
This is a custom basin from Alaskan Bronze.
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Krannitz Kent Architects

Actually, this sink is a custom basin from a company called Stone Forest. Great that you can manufacture this too!

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katstan wrote:
Please advise where to get these lights. Thank you.
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Brad R
Any info on the lights?
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Pamela Van Zwaluwenburg
How do you grout standing pebble tile? It seems more labor intensive than any other backsplash.
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cherirdh wrote:
Sorry posted my ?? under comments.. The vessel sink/faucet, who makes this? Thanks.
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Krannitz Kent Architects
The sink is a custom bronze sink and the faucet is the wall-mount version of the WaterBridge by Sonoma Forge ( http://www.sonomaforge.com/collections/waterbridge-faucets/waterbridge-faucet-05.html)
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alaskan bronze
The basin is from Alaskan Bronze
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Rush... wrote:
Pendant Lights - could someone lead me in the direction of where these - Could someone lead me in the direction of where these pendant lights come from or company?Love how they must reflect through the material. Curious what they are made of - thx so much, beautiful bathroom.
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Krannitz Kent Architects

Thank you for your comments. These pendants are from Architectural Details Inc, Kristine series.

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indirapattni121 wrote:
Powder Room - I love this bathroom and ordered the pebble tiles for the wall. What is the process of applying it. Thank you.
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Krannitz Kent Architects

It's pretty much the same as installing any other type of mesh-back tile. However, the manufacturer usually recommends that you seal the pebble tile before applying the grout (to aid removal of grout). Then after applying grout, you will need to do a heavy sponging to recess the grout and exposed the texture of the pebble tile. Here's a link to a general installation process -> http://pebbletilemosaics.com/installation-tips.html

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Linda Burton wrote:
Our new home - Where did you get the sink? Beautiful!
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Krannitz Kent Architects

It is a custom bronze sink by a company called Stone Forest. You can check out their website to contact them for a custom sink or to see their standard products -> https://stoneforest.com/

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pitbeachgrl wrote:
I really like the powder room sink. Do you have a make or model number - Thanks, Susan
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Krannitz Kent Architects

The manufacturer is a company called Stone Forest. Apparently it was a one of a kind. But at least you could google them as a starting point.

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srumpza01 wrote:
The timber and rock pebbles - You mention flamed it? used a wired brush, and sealed it? what is flamed? do u mean blacked it with a stain? if so what type of wood stain did you use? it was says waxed? what type of wax? the Pebbles do u know what type of grout was used? or how it was applied so that you didn't see a bunch of grout? Thanks
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Krannitz Kent Architects

Flamed is actually charred with a blowtorch. A wire brush is used afterward to remove some of the soot and expose the grain. For the seal, it's a typical wood wax (don't recall what was actually used on this project). Talk to a local woodworker or stain shop about what they would recommend.

Regarding the pebbles, I believe the grout is applied, then the majority of it is remove with a stiff bristled brush and then finished with a wet painters brush to smooth it back out. I found this installation guide online from a quick search -> http://www.islandstone.com/mediafiles/product_records/specifications/23_Stacked_Pictorial_and_instructions.pdf

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willis2834q wrote:
Can you please provide other angles of this bathroom? - I would like to see other angles of this bathroom becuase it is absolutely stunning! I looked to see other pictures and did not see any. Thanks a million!
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Krannitz Kent Architects
This is the only photo we have of the finished space. However, the space is not much more than what you see in the photo. It's a powder bath / half bath and the other 3 walls have wood panels like what you see on the left of the photo.
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sand7to11 wrote:
I'm loving those lights too. Where can I find some like those?
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Krannitz Kent Architects
I am not sure of the actual fixtures as they were specified by the interior designer on the project. I'll try to find out and will let you know.
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cfunk wrote:
Love the wood piece! Where can I find that?
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Krannitz Kent Architects
We took a recycled doug fir timber, flamed it, then wire brushed and sealed it.
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ashleehop wrote:
Width? - Do you happen to know the width (or approximate width) of this wall? It's very similar in size to the powder room in our blueprints and I love the length of the counter.
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willis2834q wrote:
Dimensions of vanity top - I would like to know the measurements of this vanity specifically the depth?
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