President Street British Invasion eclectic-bathroom
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President Street British Invasion Eclectic Bathroom, New York

Jeffrey Kilmer
Inspiration for an eclectic mosaic tile floor bathroom remodel in New York with multicolored walls — Houzz

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froa79 wrote:
Square feet - How many square feet did you need to cover the bathroom wall in the picture?
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Tamara Eaton Design

The wallpaper is sold by the yard and we asked our trusted wallpaper installer to order the correct quantity.

Motu Motu wrote:
Awesome bathroom - Wanted to know where is the wallpaper. From Thanks
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Circa Walcovering

Hello! The wallpaper is our best-selling "SuperStar!" and we sell it on Houzz. Thank you for asking!

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bonniecrim336 wrote:
Can you tell me where the wallpaper was obtained - Black and white profiles
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Circa Walcovering

Hello Bonnie! The wallpaper is our best-selling "SuperStar!" and we sell it on Houzz. Thank you for asking!

mzparks wrote:
I'd be interested in any information about the stained glass window.
Gail Nugent wrote:
May I also see Beach style
wilsfam wrote:
Love the bathroom - Where did you find the Windows
froa79 wrote:
Deliver montreal canada - Hello, do you deliver the wallpaper in canada?
Crystal Barbontin wrote:
bathroom out of tile - looking for ideas to remodel a bathroom with tile
kismet3 wrote:
Where can I can the sink?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Mitchell Parker added this to New This Week: 3 Bathrooms That Feel More Like Living Spaces
1. Going GraphicDesigner: Tamara Eaton of Tamara Eaton DesignLocation: Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn, New YorkSize: About 5 by 9 feet (1.5 by 2.7 meters)Homeowners’ request: “The clients bought a historic townhouse in Park Slope in Brooklyn and wanted to keep the elements of a townhouse but have fun and modernize the space with their furniture and decor,” designer Tamara Eaton says.Plan of attack: “The bathroom was a gut renovation, so the architect and I selected light, white finishes for the general bathroom finishes. As the bathroom was done on a tight budget, we saved room for things that really made an impact — chandelier, mirror and wallpaper. We started with a neutral and clean base and then added the glamour in finishing touches.”Why it works: “The approach of inserting modern details into a historic house was the overarching theme for this project, and was successful as we had such a grand house to work with from the start. A black and white palette in the bathroom allows the stained glass window to stand out as part of the history of the house.”What wasn’t working: “With the structure of an old house, it didn’t allow for much storage near the sink. This was a problem for a master bathroom, so we added a black cabinet across from the toilet to store linens, toiletries etc.”
Affecting Spaces added this to 10 Ways to Add Wow to Your Home
2. Graphics. Does anything make a statement like an oversized or repeating graphic? Vinyl graphics, wallpaper or murals help to create an atmosphere in a room. Here, the black and white Superstar wallpaper by Phyllis Morris makes quite the impression in this eclectic Manhattan apartment’s bathroom.
Mitchell Parker added this to 25 Design Trends Coming to Homes Near You in 2016
23. Bathrooms that feel more like living spaces. Graphic wallpaper, ornate chandeliers and furniture-like pieces turn sterile spaces into ones that feel a lot more like home.See more bathrooms that feel like living spaces
Michelle Gage | Interior Designer added this to 20 Bathroom Wallpapers That Bring the Wow
5. Here, a mostly white bathroom turns into a real looker. Accessorize with complementary black accents in the mirror and lighting.Wallpaper: Superstar, Phyllis Morris
LBG Interiors added this to Removable vs. Traditional Wallcoverings: Which Is Right for You?
Before you get too excited though, it’s worth mentioning that reusing your wallpaper would mean that your wall surface in your next home would need to be of a smaller square footage than your first area of installation.

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salvage a window for this...or make window wall/room divider of salvaged stained glass windows

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