Powell Ohio Master BathTraditional Bathroom, Columbus

John Evans

Inspiration for a timeless white tile and marble tile bathroom remodel in Columbus with gray walls —  Houzz
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Kim Fikowski wrote:May 23, 2015
  • hgtvrules
    4 years ago

    How does the marble hold up in the shower, and is there more maintenance than usual required of it? It is stunning!


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    Jim Deen/Kitchen Kraft
    4 years ago

    Thank you for your
    question. The marble holds up well. This bathroom is in my personal
    home and we follow a strict regimen when it comes to cleaning the marble.
    Only warm soap and water or soap and vinegar and the marble needs to be
    sealed at least once a year.

rbeneke wrote:July 4, 2015
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    Jim Deen/Kitchen Kraft
    2 years ago

    Thank you for your question. The floor outside the shower in the bath shown above is honed 12 x 12 carrara marble. I hope this information is helpful. Please let me know if you have any other questions. Thank you for visiting my Houzz page.

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    thebuilderdepot
    2 years ago

    61612, It is a great look.

    This is Italian Marble, there are a lot of copies out there.

    The Builder Depot sells 100% imported Italian Marble and we stock over 2 million square feet of it with over 80 matching different products, the largest stock of Italian Carrara in the USA.

    When trying to create a bathroom in Carrara you need a company that actually stocks the product, when you speak to a person on the phone or via the chat they can walk out to the warehouse and match the 12x12" to the subway tile, to the baseboard and to the chair rail to give you a consistent look.

    You do not want C grade mixed with D grade. It will show up terribly. Matching before it ships is critical.


    Carrara Bianco 12x12" Honed currently $7.00 a Square Foot for 2017. (Also Available in Polished).

    Carrara Bianco 3x6" Subway Tile available in Honed and Polished

    Carrara Bianco Baseboard available in Honed and Polished

    Carrara Bianco Chair Rail Honed Available in Honed and Polished

    Carrara Bianco coming down the production line at our factory in Italy.



JoAnne Panzica wrote:May 21, 2017
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    Paul Golich with Dream Baths by Kitchen Kraft
    2 years ago

    I appreciate your kind words. The window was custom designed by the homeowner, and fabricated at Franklin Art & Glass in Columbus OH. Thank you for your visit

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    Paul Golich with Dream Baths by Kitchen Kraft
    2 years ago

    The tile is at the same height of the half wall before the stone cap. The finished wall including the cap is 42". Stone is typically 1 1/4" thick, therefore making the height of the tile 40 3/4" high. Thank you for your interest.

Victoria Williams wrote:July 10, 2016
  • debd493
    3 years ago

    Tile Question - can you tell me any info about the tile?

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    Dream Baths by Kitchen Kraft
    3 years ago

    Thank you for your interest. The tile is a Carrara marble. It derives its name from the town in Italy with the same name. There are many different grades of Carrara, with the lower grades processed in China. Carrara is offered by many vendors for its great consistency resulting in many shapes and sizes.

    In this master bath in addition to the Carrera we used Bianco Venito, a type of Carrara but with more gray and more veining. The Bianco Venito is less expensive and a great alternative if you want to keep your cost down. Keep in mind it is more porous. In this application it makes for a nice contrast with the lighter Carrara, while keeping a similar style. The darker tiles in the shower area are the Bianco Venito.

    The counter is a 3 mm Castille version, which came from a specific slab we choose. When choosing marble or any stone you can pick your own slab. There is so much you can do with the Carrara marble with the different shapes and sizes available.

    Thank you for visiting our Houzz page, and let us know if you have any further questions.

kprince1 wrote:June 13, 2016
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    Dream Baths by Kitchen Kraft
    3 years ago

    Marble has to be resealed at least once a year in dry areas of a room and at least twice a year in showers. Being a naturally porous product Carrara marble will absorb
    liquids. Both polished and honed Carrara
    should be treated with a water-based silicone sealant, which impregnates the
    surface and body to prevent staining. The sealant protects against oil-based soaps, hair
    dyes and other chemicals in toiletries. It will not prevent etching in the
    stone, or dulling caused by hard water, chemicals in the water or harsh
    cleaning products. These penetrating sealers and cleaners are made
    specifically to care for natural materials and will keep your marble looking good.

    I hope this answers your question, and you are on your way to planning your new dream bath. Thank you for visiting our Houzz page. Please let us know if you have any other questions. Best of luck.

  • Diane Budd
    2 years ago
    last modified: 2 years ago

    This is absolutely beautiful! Can you help me with the grout color I have sienna white marble hexagon tile that are very white for my ensuite bathroom floor and shower floor and my contractor and tile source wants me to use a darker grey grout , I really want to go white . What did you use here and how can I convince him that it wont ruin my floor. He says it will get dirty and look very bad. it is for my coastal cottage ensuite bathroom and for the base of my shower. My counter top is Cashmere Carrara quartz and shower wall tile is a carrarra marble as well. Thanks

caseymcandrew wrote:March 10, 2016
  • bryan i
    last year
    What brand and type of white grout did you use?
  • PRO
    Jim Deen/Kitchen Kraft
    last year

    I believe that Hamilton Parker sold me Bostick White Sanded Grout for my bathroom. I hope that this answers your question. Please let me know if you have any others. Thank you for visiting my Houzz page.

ricliss wrote:October 18, 2015
  • tamalelady
    4 years ago

    I have just recreated this shower and wall tiling in shades of gray and absolutely love it. Thank you for the inspiration!


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    Dream Baths by Kitchen Kraft
    4 years ago

    That is wonderful to hear. We are glad that Houzz allows homeowners and Pro's to share such detailed information. We are thrilled you were able to get the look you wanted. We hope you enjoy your new space for years to come. Please let us know if you have any other questions of if we can be of any assistance. Thank you for visiting our Houzz page.

pamela750 wrote:May 31, 2015
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    Jim Deen/Kitchen Kraft
    last year

    Thank you for your question. The knee wall or bench is approximately 18 inches high. I hope this answers your question. Please let me know if you have any other questions. Thank you for visiting my Houzz page.

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    Jim Deen/Kitchen Kraft
    8 months ago

    Thank you for your kind words. The shower is 4ft by 6ft and the tub is 68-7/8 x 31-1/2 x 24-3/8. It was purchased through Fergusons, a national plumbing and lighting retailer. Here is a link to the tub shown in the above photo:

    http://shop.ferguson.com/product/victoria-albert-VYORN-white-786236

    The tub is manufactured by Victoria and Albert. This is their unique sized soaking tub. I did notice the price is not available online at Fergusons. You might have to use the store/showroom locator to call a showroom in your area. I hope that this information was helpful. Please let me know if you have any other questions.

George Tannous wrote:April 11, 2017
  • Michael Tamsett
    2 years ago

    What are the dimensions of the shower?

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    Dream Baths by Kitchen Kraft
    2 years ago

    Thank you for your questions. The dimensions of the shower is 4ft by 6ft. We hope that this information was helpful. Please let us know if you have any other questions.

muddy04 wrote:March 9, 2017
  • muddy04
    3 years ago

    thank you for your thorough answer! Is 24" too small for a shower door?

  • PRO
    Dream Baths by Kitchen Kraft
    3 years ago

    You are welcome. Twenty four inches is not too small.

    Again I would speak to a fabricator in your area to confirm size, they will be aware of any codes and/or regulations as there are other things to consider as well.

    Best of luck on your project, if I can be of further assistance please let me know.


Jessica wrote:August 25, 2016
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    Dream Baths by Kitchen Kraft
    3 years ago

    Thank you for your kind words and your question. The tub is manufactured by Victoria and Albert. This is their unique sized soaking tub. It was purchased through Fergusons, a national plumbing and lighting retailer. Here is a link to the tub shown in the above photo:

    http://shop.ferguson.com/product/victoria-albert-VYORN-white-786236

    I did notice the price is not available online at Fergusons. You might have to use the store/showroom locator to call a showroom in your area. I hope that this information was helpful. Please let me know if you have any other questions. Thank you for visiting our Houzz page.

  • PRO
    Quality Bath
    last year

    Hi Jessica,

    Just an update because Ferguson no longer has this tub on their website, you can view the Victoria and Albert York tub here. Hope this helps!

J Foresta wrote:June 22, 2016
Patrice Creo wrote:May 4, 2016
pakula99 wrote:February 10, 2016
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    Dream Baths by Kitchen Kraft
    4 years ago
    last modified: 4 years ago

    Thank you for your questions we will try to answer as
    best we can. The NKBA guideline for the sides of the tub is 4 inches. For the
    rear clearance would be contingent upon the type of faucet you select, but NKBA
    guidelines call for 6 to 9 inches. In short, we would recommend shortening the
    shower by 4 inches to accommodate the freestanding tub. You should still have room for 2 in the
    shower. We hope this information was
    helpful. We also hope your 2016 is going
    well. Thank you for visiting our Houzz
    page and best of luck with your project.

  • pakula99
    4 years ago
    What an awesome and thorough answer! Thank you!
lissa7229 wrote:November 14, 2015
  • hgtvrules
    4 years ago

    Does the shower dimensions include the bench?

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    Dream Baths by Kitchen Kraft
    4 years ago

    Thank you for your question. The shower bench is included in the shower dimensions of 4 feet by 6 feet. Please let us know if you have any more questions. Thank you for visiting our Houzz page.

Mutale Ngona wrote:September 11, 2015
  • Peter Pullicino
    4 years ago
    You stated that there are 4 knobs in total but there are 9 knobs shown so what are the other one for?
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    Jim Deen/Kitchen Kraft
    4 years ago

    Thank you for your question. The other 4 knob looking items are the body sprays. They is a reflection on the door that makes it look like there are even more knobs and sprays. The sprays were placed on both sides for optimum use. Please let me know if you have any other questions. Thank you for visiting my houzz page.

roberta_salern wrote:July 15, 2015
  • PRO
    Progress Lighting
    4 years ago

    Wow - this is a gorgeous application of our Noir chandelier. Thank you Jim for providing all of this great information.

  • PRO
    Jim Deen/Kitchen Kraft
    4 years ago

    You are most welcome. I enjoy this chandelier everyday since this is my bathroom!

risselfamilysc wrote:February 20, 2018
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    Dream Baths by Kitchen Kraft
    2 years ago

    Thank you for your kind words and your question. The room is roughly 13.5 feet by 11.25 feet and the area where the bathtub is placed bumps out an extra 16.5 inches. We hope this answers your question. Please let us know if you have any other questions and thank you for visiting our Houzz page.

  • risselfamilysc
    2 years ago

    Thank you! So the water closet is to the left of the tub? Do you know the approximate size of the W.C.? You said the shower is 6x4, correct?

tjarreau wrote:January 22, 2017
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    Jim Deen/Kitchen Kraft
    3 years ago

    Thank you for your question and kind words. The tile used in my shower are by Walker Zanger. I purchased them from Hamilton Parker, which is an authorized dealer. Here is a link to the Walker Zanger showroom and authorized dealer location finder:

    http://www.walkerzanger.com/showroom-dealer/

    All of the tile in the shower is honed carrara marble. The larger tiles on the top are the same as the subway tiles on the bottom. The upper wall is in a 12X24 tile and the bottom is a 3X6 tile. A row of chair rail separates the two, and it is also made out of honed carrara marble. The shower floor is 1x1 mosaic sheets. The shower seat is a slab of honed carrara marble.

    The only custom piece is the 8 inch base which I custom ordered through Castellie in Italy. Here is a link to their website: http://www.castellimarble.com/

    The paint on the walls is Mindful Gray by Sherwin Williams. Here is a link to their website so you can see this gray along with other gray options by Sherwin Willaims:

    https://www.sherwin-williams.com/homeowners/color/find-and-explore-colors/paint-colors-by-family/SW7016/#/7016/?s=products&p=PS0

    Best of luck with your project. Please let me know if you have any other questions. Thank you for visiting my Houzz page.

  • PRO
    thebuilderdepot
    3 years ago

    We love Carrara Marble, so much that we stock over 3 million square feet of tiles, mosaic and trims and ship in 1-2 business days.

    The volume creates incredible pricing. 12x24" Honed Bianco Carrara 'C' Grade for $9.95 (in 2017).

    We are also the only Google Trusted Store in this industry.

    I think customers explain it best, you can see more Google reviews. Here.

Lauren Ploch wrote:January 3, 2017
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    Dream Baths by Kitchen Kraft
    3 years ago

    Hi and thank you
    for visiting our Houzz page. I am the Showroom Manager here at

    Dream Baths Remodeling and I am following up on your project inquiry. I
    am delighted to hear this was your inspiration, you couldn’t have chosen a more
    exquisite design.

    Your local glass company
    is correct in recommending the support if the glass is three eighths of an inch
    thick, which is the typical thickness for a shower enclosure. This enclosure is
    all frame-less three eighths inch except for the door panel, which was made one half
    inch thick for extra stability, and the finish is actually polished nickel. We do
    suggest to do what your installer recommends as in all jobs there are varying
    factors to leave to a professional.

    Thank you for
    your interest in Dream Baths Remodeling and we wish you the best of luck with your
    renovation and hope you enjoy you dream bath. Feel free to contact if we can be
    of any assistance.

    Sincerely,


    Lori Fox

    Showroom Manager, 3D Designer
    7079 Huntley Rd. Columbus, OH 43229
    Showroom: 614.754.7045
    Direct Line: 614-358-4829 Fax: 614.854.0133
    E-mail: lfox@dreambathsremodeling.com
    Website: www.dreambathsremodeling.com

  • sharlowm
    3 years ago
    dont know if this will work for you, but we incorporated a column. no headers
Karen Schlosser wrote:July 6, 2016
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    Dream Baths by Kitchen Kraft
    3 years ago

    Thank you for your question. We checked with out installation team and installed the crown first then tiled up to the crown. We hope this answers your question. Please let us know if you have any other questions. Thank you for visiting our Houzz page.

  • Jenn Walsh
    3 years ago

    Thank you for the answer above.

    Two questions -.

    1. What time material is the crown made of wood or composite? If wood, did you use a certain type of paint to prevent warping?

    2. What is the height of the shower enclosure glass from the floor to the top of the glass?

blairevictoria wrote:September 29, 2015
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    Dream Baths by Kitchen Kraft
    4 years ago

    Thank you for your question. The tile used in this shower and floor are by Walker Zanger. We purchased them from Hamilton Parker, which is an authorized dealer. Here is a link to the Walker Zanger showroom and authorized dealer location finder:

    http://www.walkerzanger.com/showroom-dealer/

    All of the tile in the shower is honed carrara marble. We used several different sizes. The floor and upper shower wall is in a 12X24 tile and the bottom is a 3X6 tile. A row of chair rail separates the two, and it is also made out of honed carrara marble. The shower floor is 1x1 mosaic sheets. The shower seat is a slab of honed carrara marble.

    The only custom piece is the 8 inch base which we custom ordered through Castellie in Italy. Here is a link to their website: http://www.castellimarble.com/

    Best of luck with your project. Please let us know if you have any other questions. Thank you for visiting our Houzz page.

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    Walker Zanger
    4 years ago

    Here is a link to the collection Tribeca, shown in this picture online: http://walkerzanger.com/collections/products.php?view=mat&mat=Stone%20Mosaic&coll=Tribeca%E2%84%A2

Studio 136 wrote:September 19, 2015
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    Dream Baths by Kitchen Kraft
    4 years ago

    Thank you for your question. We purchased the glass enclosures from Elite Custom Glass in Pickerington, OH. They specialize in custom shower enclosures. They can be found on Houzz via this url: http://www.houzz.com/pro/todd-smathers/elite-custom-glass-limited

    We use them for all of our projects. They have a streamlined process and friendly staff and are truly a joy to work with. Please let us know if you have any more questions. Thank you for visiting our Houzz page.

  • PRO
    Jim Deen/Kitchen Kraft
    4 years ago

    Thank you for your question. I purchased all of the glass enclosures for my home from Elite Custom Glass in Pickerington, OH. They specialize in custom shower enclosures. They can be found on Houzz via this url: http://www.houzz.com/pro/todd-smathers/elite-custom-glass-limited

    I use them for all of my projects. They have a streamlined process and friendly staff and are truly a joy to work with. Please let me know if you have any more questions. Thank you for visiting my Houzz page.

Amber Guilbeaux Reynolds wrote:November 3, 2019
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    Jim Deen/Kitchen Kraft
    5 months ago

    I'm sorry to hear that you are having that issue with your shower. I do not have that issue since the drain is centrally located and the floor slopes down to push water towards the drain. Does that answer your question? I hope that you can have someone take a look soon. Thank you for visiting my Houzz page.

Kate Murray wrote:May 24, 2019
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    Jim Deen/Kitchen Kraft
    10 months ago

    I understand your question. Unfortunately, if you want to try to match the amount of gray with the tile shown above, then yes, you may need to keep looking. When you are dealing with a natural product you are at the mercy of what mother nature allows suppliers to have in stock. This tile was purchased nearly 5 years ago and was installed a year later. You may not be able to find an exact match. I don't know if this is helpful, but the tile used in my shower are by Walker Zanger. I purchased them from Hamilton Parker, which is an authorized dealer. Here is a link to the Walker Zanger showroom and authorized dealer location finder:

    http://www.walkerzanger.com/showroom-dealer/


    Perhaps they may know of where to find carara mable with gray hues. I hope that this information was useful. Please let me know if I can be of any more assistance. Thank you for visiting my Houzz page.

Cheryl Brust wrote:June 23, 2018
debd493 wrote:March 17, 2018
  • PRO
    Jim Deen/Kitchen Kraft
    2 years ago

    Thank you for your kind words and your question. I ordered an actual picture window, but without the sash portion (Frame Only). Then had an insulated custom leaded panel made and installed into the window frame. I hope this answers your questions. Please let me know if you have any others. Thank you for visiting my Houzz page.

debd493 wrote:March 11, 2018
  • PRO
    Jim Deen/Kitchen Kraft
    2 years ago

    Thank you for your kind words and your question. The window above is 3 feet by 5 feet. I hope this answers your question. Please let me know if you have any others and thank you for visiting my Houzz page.

Erica D wrote:February 16, 2018
  • PRO
    Dream Baths by Kitchen Kraft
    2 years ago

    Thank you for your kind words and your question. You are correct, the shower plumbing was placed on an outside wall. The bathroom shown above is part of a home that one of our owner's built. A second wall was built out on the outside to protect the pipes from freezing. We hope this answers your questions. Please let us know if you have any other questions and than you for visiting our Houzz page.

mrindos wrote:February 1, 2018
Mariella Rivero - Keller Williams Realty wrote:November 4, 2017
  • PRO
    Dream Baths by Kitchen Kraft
    2 years ago

    Thank you very much for your kind words and your question. We did have to cut a groove on the seat top to help support the glass and give it a very clean look. The bench has a half inch over hang. Dream Baths Remodeling pays very close attention to the small details that make our bathrooms a step above the rest. Please let us know if you have any more questions.

The Tile Shop wrote:August 7, 2017
  • PRO
    Jim Deen/Kitchen Kraft
    2 years ago

    Not at this time. If you would like to discuss, please call our main office at 614-449-7200 and ask for Rita Thompson.

Stacey Rose-Blass wrote:June 13, 2017
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    Dream Baths by Kitchen Kraft
    2 years ago

    Thank you for visiting our Houzz page. Yes the “fitted tub
    and shower” can be torn out and replaced. There are many options to entertain
    and depending on which route you go can subsequently affect the cost.

    You will need to factor in the removal of the old shower,
    and depending on the configuration you may consider the need for a new floor. One thing that you have to remember is
    the prep work and materials which go into that, you cannot just use typical
    gypsum board.

    There a numerous options for the shower and many things to
    think about; the shower floor, curb or curb-less, bench, or niche, the fixtures
    alone can vary greatly in price as well as the shower enclosure. Tile does vary
    in price depending on the size, style, manufacturer, and layout.

    It is very difficult to put a dollar on something without
    knowing all the facts and seeing the space. As there are so many things to
    consider before tacking this project, it would save time and money in the long
    run to consult with a company that offers design services to assure you will
    achieve the ultimate end result.

    Thank you for
    your interest in Dream Baths Remodeling. Feel free to contact us if we can be
    of any assistance.

    Sincerely,

    Lori Fox

    Showroom Manager, 3D Designer
    7079 Huntley Rd. Columbus, OH 43229
    Showroom: 614.754.7045
    Direct Line: 614-358-4829 Fax: 614.854.0133
    E-mail: lfox@dreambathsremodeling.com
    Website: www.dreambathsremodeling.com

Nelida Mejia wrote:March 22, 2017
  • PRO
    Jim Deen/Kitchen Kraft
    3 years ago

    Thank you for your kind words. Please let us know if you have any questions about the bath shown above. Thank you fro visiting my Houzz page.

janicelewis wrote:December 15, 2016
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    Kitchen Kraft
    3 years ago

    Thank you for your kind words and your question. The fan shown in the bath above is a NuTone "Exhaust Fan" Bathroom fan with light. The model # is NQTXN110SL. We purchased the chandelier from Fergusons, a national plumbing and lighting retailer. Here is a link to it on Ferguson's website:

    http://shop.ferguson.com/product/nutone-NQTXN110SL-unfinished-293614

    To find a showroom in your area click on the our showrooms tab and enter your zip code. Hopefully, there is one near you. We hope this information was helpful. Please let us know if you have any other questions. Thank you for visiting our Houzz page.

Anthony F wrote:October 27, 2016
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    Dream Baths by Kitchen Kraft
    3 years ago

    Thank you for your
    kind words and your question. The designer used chair rail to separate
    the different sized tile. It can be seem a little clearer in the attached
    photo. The chair rail is also honed carara marble. We hope this information
    is useful. Please let us know if you have any other questions.
    Thank you for visiting our Houzz page.

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Cindy Arko wrote:October 23, 2016
  • PRO
    Jim Deen/Kitchen Kraft
    3 years ago

    Thank you for your
    question. The floor outside the shower in the bath shown above is honed
    12 x 12carrara marble. The shower floor is 1 x 1 mosaic carrara marble.
    I also posted a basement bath projec with a 16 x 16 porcelain tile listed
    as Maple Ridge from Hamilton Parker, a local tile distributor and showroom.
    I have posted a picture of the bath below in case this was the one you
    were referencing. I hope this information is helpful. Please let me
    know if you have any other questions. Thank you for visiting my Houzz
    page.

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B&P Atch wrote:October 12, 2016
June Weeks wrote:October 6, 2016
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    Jim Deen/Kitchen Kraft
    3 years ago

    Thank you for your question. The shower is 4 feet wide and 6 feet deep. The tub are is 6 ft wide and 25 inches deep. I hope this information is helpful. Please let me know if you have any other questions. Thank you for visiting my Houzz page.

instyle13 HF wrote:October 1, 2016
ideas69 wrote:June 3, 2016
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    Dream Baths by Kitchen Kraft
    3 years ago

    Thank you for your kind words and your question. The shower is 4ft by 6ft. We hope this information was helpful. Please let us know if you have any other questions. Thank you for visiting our Houzz page.

Lauren Rose wrote:May 6, 2016
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    Dream Baths by Kitchen Kraft
    3 years ago

    Thank you for your question. This bathroom is 20X11. We hope this information was helpful. Please let us know if you have any other questions. Thank you for visiting our Houzz page.

jdgmjh123 wrote:April 29, 2016
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    Dream Baths by Kitchen Kraft
    3 years ago

    Thank you for your question. The tile used in this shower are by Walker Zanger. We purchased
    them from Hamilton Parker, which is an authorized dealer.

    All
    of the tile in the shower is honed carrara marble. We used several different
    sizes. The upper wall is in a 12X24 tile and the bottom is a 3X6 tile. A row of
    chair rail separates the two, and it is also made out of honed carrara marble.
    The shower floor is 1x1 mosaic sheets. The shower seat is a slab of honed
    carrara marble.

    The
    only custom piece is the 8 inch base which we custom ordered through Castellie
    in Italy. Here is a link to their website: http://www.castellimarble.com/

    Please
    let me know if you have any other questions, and thank you for visiting our
    Houzz page.

cvenet wrote:April 12, 2016
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    Dream Baths by Kitchen Kraft
    3 years ago

    Thank you for your question. We purchased the window from a stained glass studio, Franklin Art Glass, they are located in Columbus, OH. Please let us know if you need anything else. Thank you for visiting our Houzz page.

loreleem wrote:April 9, 2016
Margie Konoske wrote:March 11, 2016
drlorna wrote:March 8, 2016
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    Dream Baths by Kitchen Kraft
    4 years ago

    Thank you for your question and kind words. The pony wall is 42 inches high. We hope this information was helpful. Please let us know if you need anything else. Thank you for visiting our Houzz page

pblove wrote:February 29, 2016
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    Dream Baths by Kitchen Kraft
    4 years ago

    Thank you for your kind words. The Photographer's name is John Evans and he is located in Galena, OH. John Evans Photography can be reached at 740-965-1770. Thank you for visiting our Houzz page.

Rebecca Rask wrote:February 20, 2016
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    Dream Baths by Kitchen Kraft
    4 years ago

    Thank you for your question. I purchased the chandelier from Fergusons, a national plumbing and lighting retailer. The chandelier is made by Thomasville Lighting by Progress. The light shown is from the Noir collection, and is the mid sized version. Here is a link to the chandelier on Ferguson's website:

    http://shop.ferguson.com/product/thomasville-lighting-P4209-polished-nickel-290371

    We hope this information was helpful. Please let us know if you have any more questions. Thank you for visiting our Houzz page.

Tom wrote:January 8, 2016
CB Interiors wrote:December 27, 2015
  • PRO
    Dream Baths by Kitchen Kraft
    4 years ago

    Thank you for your question. The tile used in this shower are by Walker Zanger. We purchased them from Hamilton Parker, which is an authorized dealer. Here is a link to the Walker Zanger showroom and authorized dealer location finder:

    http://www.walkerzanger.com/showroom-dealer/

    All of the tile in the shower is honed carrara marble. We used several different sizes. The upper wall is in a 12X24 tile and the bottom is a 3X6 tile. A row of chair rail separates the two, and it is also made out of honed carrara marble. The shower floor is 1x1 mosaic sheets. The shower seat is a slab of honed carrara marble.

    The only custom piece is the 8 inch base which we custom ordered through Castellie in Italy. Here is a link to their website: http://www.castellimarble.com/

    Best of luck with your project. Please let us know if you have any other questions. Thank you for visiting our houzz page

hacsutton wrote:October 5, 2015
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    Dream Baths by Kitchen Kraft
    4 years ago

    Thank you for your question. The shower is 9 feet tall and the doors are 7.5 feet tall. We hope this information was helpful. Please let us know if you have any more questions. Thank you for visting our Houzz page.

mltr wrote:September 29, 2015
  • PRO
    Dream Baths by Kitchen Kraft
    4 years ago

    Thank you for your question. We purchased the window from a stained glass studio, Franklin Art Glass, they are located in Columbus, OH. Please let us know if you need anything else. Thank you for visiting our Houzz page.

jbincoto wrote:September 17, 2015
  • PRO
    Kitchen Kraft
    4 years ago

    Thank you for your question and kind words. The pony wall is 42 inches high. There are two niches on the wall behind the bench. We hope this information was helpful. Please let us know if you need anything else. Thank you for visiting our Houzz page.

manasj wrote:June 15, 2015
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    Jim Deen/Kitchen Kraft
    4 years ago

    Thank you for your questions. The paint on the walls is
    Mindful Gray by Sherwin Williams. Here is a link to their website so you
    can see this gray along with other gray options by Sherwin Willaims:

    https://www.sherwin-williams.com/homeowners/color/find-and-explore-colors/paint-colors-by-family/SW7016/#/7016/?s=products&p=PS0

    The
    tile used in my shower are by Walker Zanger. I purchased them from
    Hamilton Parker, which is an authorized dealer. Here is a link to the
    Walker Zanger showroom and authorized dealer location finder:

    http://www.walkerzanger.com/showroom-dealer/

    All
    of the tile in the shower is honed carrara marble. I used several different
    sizes. The upper wall is in a 12X24 tile and the bottom is a 3X6 tile. A row of
    chair rail separates the two, and it is also made out of honed carrara marble.
    The shower floor is 1x1 mosaic sheets. The shower seat is a slab of honed
    carrara marble.

    The
    only custom piece is the 8 inch base which I custom ordered through Castellie
    in Italy. Here is a link to their website: http://www.castellimarble.com/

    Best of luck with your project. Please let me know if you have
    any other questions.

manasj wrote:June 15, 2015
  • PRO
    Jim Deen/Kitchen Kraft
    4 years ago

    Thank you for your questions. The paint on the walls is
    Mindful Gray by Sherwin Williams. Here is a link to their website so you
    can see this gray along with other gray options by Sherwin Willaims:

    https://www.sherwin-williams.com/homeowners/color/find-and-explore-colors/paint-colors-by-family/SW7016/#/7016/?s=products&p=PS0

    The
    tile used in my shower are by Walker Zanger. I purchased them from
    Hamilton Parker, which is an authorized dealer. Here is a link to the
    Walker Zanger showroom and authorized dealer location finder:

    http://www.walkerzanger.com/showroom-dealer/

    All
    of the tile in the shower is honed carrara marble. I used several different
    sizes. The upper wall is in a 12X24 tile and the bottom is a 3X6 tile. A row of
    chair rail separates the two, and it is also made out of honed carrara marble.
    The shower floor is 1x1 mosaic sheets. The shower seat is a slab of honed
    carrara marble.

    The
    only custom piece is the 8 inch base which I custom ordered through Castellie
    in Italy. Here is a link to their website: http://www.castellimarble.com/

    Best of luck with your project. Please let me know if you have
    any other questions.

joniosteen wrote:June 14, 2015
  • PRO
    Jim Deen/Kitchen Kraft
    4 years ago

    Thank you for your kind words. The shower
    is 4ft by 6ft and the tub is 68-7/8 x 31-1/2 x 24-3/8. It was purchased through
    Fergusons, a national plumbing and lighting retailer. Here is a link to the tub
    shown in the above photo:

    http://shop.ferguson.com/product/victoria-albert-VYORN-white-786236


    The tub is manufactured by Victoria and Albert. This is their unique sized soaking tub. I did notice the price is not available online at Fergusons. You might have to use the store/showroom locator to call a showroom in your area. I hope that this information was helpful. Please let me know if you have any other questions.

dsmith25311 wrote:June 4, 2015
  • PRO
    Jim Deen/Kitchen Kraft
    4 years ago

    Thank you for your question and
    your kind words. All of the tile in the shower is honed carrara marble.
    I used several different sizes. The upper wall is in a 12X24 tile
    and the bottom is a 3X6 tile. A row of chair rail separates the two, and
    it is also made out of honed carrara marble. The shower floor is 1x1
    mosaic sheets. The shower seat is a slab of honed carrara marble.

Tiffany G. wrote:November 14, 2016

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    reos
    M L added this to Tile2 days ago

    Interesting use of two different tiles in shower.

    dharbertson
    Volleyball 2508 added this to Bathroom3 days ago

    Wall for glass to sit on same size as curb

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