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suzanneb wrote:Feb 27, 2011
millao wrote:Feb 15, 2012
  • Brian Lee
    I have that color in my formal dining room.
    I can name if you like. Its kinda close. :)
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    Michael Tauber Architecture
    Sorry for not answering sooner, truth of the matter is it has been a while since the project was complete and I do not have the color easily accessible. I wish you luck,
    Thank you for the question,
    Michael
Katy Bell Hamnes wrote:Feb 27, 2011
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    Katy Bell Hamnes
    Thank you so much!
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    Michael Tauber Architecture
    Kathy sorry to have taken so long to see your question. This P-trap is from Dornbracht but other manufactures also make a decorative P trap for conditions like this.
    Thank you,
    Michael
tomsgirl wrote:Jul 31, 2011
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    The Shabby Nest
    Valspar's Sundown is a similar color.
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    Michael Tauber Architecture
    Tomsgirl,
    Sorry at this point I can't honestly recall. I suggest that you select a few colors you like to see and have the painter brush out the options in a 2' x 2' swatch on the wall in the room you are going to paint then decide which one works with the rest of the finishes and looks the best in the room under the lighting conditions thatyou actually have. Good luck,
    Michael
Beverley Wolter wrote:Oct 1, 2015
Chana Binder wrote:Dec 31, 2014
kwatroba wrote:May 2, 2013
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    Michael Tauber Architecture
    Thank you - the brand is dornbracht (tara) in matt platinum finish.
    Thanks for your comment.
    Michael
khen15 wrote:Oct 29, 2012
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    Michael Tauber Architecture
    There are small steel angles attached to the sides and the back that the wood top is fastened into. The sheet rock was installed over the angle at the walls.
    Cant see them unless you are under the sink.
    Thanks for the question,
    Michael
farrugut wrote:Dec 27, 2011
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    Michael Tauber Architecture
    I had the basic shape designed and went to a wood supplier who has alot of different live edge pieces in different sizes and shapes. I had selected this slab. The person I got the wood from is Evan Shively and he is in Marshall California.
    Hope this helps.
    Thanks for the question and feel free to contact me through my email at info@michaeltauberarchitecture.com for additional info.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

jasonballinteriordesign
JASON BALL interior design added this to Loving Wood's Live EdgeFeb 26, 2011

Paired with metal. A powder room showcases a live-edge, floating console sink with hammered bronze vessel sink and wall-mounted faucets. The tomato bisque color on the walls brings out the red tones in the wood.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

jenboblibby
Jen and Bob added this to BathroomDec 7, 2017

I don't really like the plumbing showing

ideasplusdesign
Ideas + Design added this to Red Powder RoomSep 27, 2017

This is great - I love the soft shape and finish of the basin and faucets., And though this deep coral is lovely, it would be even better with a red that has more oomph!

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