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Example of a classic bathroom design in San Francisco with marble countertops

Presidio Heights Pueblo Revival - Bath VanitiesTraditional Bathroom, San Francisco

Photographer: John Sutton

Example of a classic bathroom design in San Francisco with marble countertops —  Houzz
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pierret wrote:Aug 29, 2011
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    In The Details, Inc.
    Coming from a kitchen & bath designer ... I would scrap the tub and go with a decked out shower; ceiling mount shower head, wall mount shower head, hand shower, body sprays & a steam unit. If you're concerned about having an alternative water source you can also add a tub spout at typical spout height. It's a nice option if you need to fill a bucket or soak your feet.
  • Lesley Vaux
    We asked our Houzz.com Facebook Fans for their input, and here's what they said:
sjuthani wrote:Dec 7, 2012
  • debkarmit

    We have 88" of space, similar to above Q. Is that enough width to do this style?

  • Steve
    The double unit that we purchased is just over 56" wide and seems quite roomy. For those in the UK we got ours at bathrooms and more store.
lizzietaps wrote:Nov 7, 2013
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    The Legacy Dream Luxury Company

    Where the vanity is from? Its absolutely beautiful. Another great option besides the storage shelf shown that would keep the integrity of the gorgeous design, would be adding an over the counter storage unit that's clear down to its glossy handles! The perfect example of this is on sale now in the Houzz marketplace at http://www.houzz.com/photos/52523042/lid=37731778/Luxury-Beauty-Case-and-Makeup-Organizer-modern-storage-and-organization 


    Enjoy!

  • ssdarb

    Could you please answer:

    - the dimensions of the tower (h, w, d) of the operable part of the tower (not counting the box on top that does not open)

    - the ceiling height?

    Thank you - this is my inspiration bathroom and we have the exact amount of space available to build it.

drich1 wrote:Nov 18, 2011
  • drich1
    Thx.
  • midgeb
    Who makes the vanity??
whitelace wrote:Jun 8, 2013
  • whitelace
    There are three steps involved hanging the light fixtures in the bathroom. The three steps: 1. Need a electrician to install electrical boxes. 2. Mirror company to cut an opening for the sconces; then hang the mirrors on the wall with glue. Lastly, you will need again, an electrician to wire the light fixtures and secure them to the electrical boxes and mirrors. Walla .... 'It is beautiful'.
  • irhlb
    Just a note about the color Vapor-238 on the bathroom wall - it is made by the paint company "C2", not Benjamin Moore. (BM Vapor is a beautiful creamy white).
Felicia Coleman wrote:Jun 4, 2015
  • Andrea miller

    Who makes this console? I need it for my remodel.

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    Gast Architects

    These are custom-designed / custom-built cabinets.

canoron wrote:Nov 4, 2012
  • Junee Bug
    I am assuming there is a vent since there are no windows. I hate having to open windows and close it every time i shower. It brings in cold air and its no fun when you want to shower at night. We have no vent and our window is mostly out of necessity to vent air. We opted to install shower farthest from window for that reason. Why do you want to add a window if there is no other way but up? I like the windows for scenery if there are great views outside and still offers privacy, but not if i only see skies, i'd prefer a skylight.
  • Nan Schnabel
    I have two bathrooms with no windows so I did have to go up! I put skylights in the ceilings of each and love them. Mine are Velux and open by a motor. In addition I have shades between the panes of glass which are also power operated and if it starts to rain, doesn't matter if we're home or not, a rain sensor closes them automatically. I've had no problem with leakage but you do need to keep your room well ventilated during showers so as to eliminate the possibility of condensation.
seafarerdesigns wrote:Oct 16, 2012
  • Mary Denney
    me too! What brand name and color please
  • cani
    If you click on more info right below the picture it brings up the green stickers with the info.
ddshell wrote:Jul 12, 2012
donnapolidano wrote:Jun 27, 2012
  • dianezeigler
    This makes so much sense to use this tower for storage. I want to do this in my bathroom. The bottom of the tower will be like an appliance garage to hide the electric toothbrushes, the razor, and the hair dryer. It will have outlets in it. Also, it will give me a place to put towel rings. I have struggled with where to put hand towels because there is no room on the walls for them. This is a great solution for us.
  • dbh11
    where can you buy one of these towers
Lisa Stacy wrote:Apr 1, 2012
  • Emily H
    Yeah, there is a lot of storage apparent in this bathroom, which goes a long, long way to keeping counters tidy as well.
  • jhldjl
    Any chance you can show some pictures how the tower drawers/doors work?
Lauren wrote:Mar 13, 2012
  • Kerry
    I'd love to know the dimensions of the vanity & the tower as well. We're playing with two different master bath layout options & one that has the better shower configuration only has a 6' vanity space but the other has 9' but less optimal shower placement.
  • ssdarb

    Please give dimensions of tower. This is my inspiration photo and my cabinet maker is starting tomorrow! My vanity is almost exactly the width of yours and the left side is against the wall just like in your photo. My vanity box will be 96" wide (8') with one more inch for marble to hang over on the right side. We asked the cabinet maker to build a tower like yours but he's saying it should be 20" wide. I think that's too wide. Please tell me what your dimensions are because I think yours looks balanced and I want him to copy it. Thanks!

enlong wrote:Jul 26, 2011
  • catjackabby
    Is French limestone pretty common? I am having such a hard time making a decision on shower and floor for my master. My counter is crema marfil so it is pretty plain to coordinate with. I am not sure to use tumbled or cobbled edge tile with it, etc..
  • C. C. Jones
    This looks like travertine. It looks like a small tile though, like less than 12 x12. It could be polished marble too, but it looks like travertine. Be careful buying stone flooring. The tone (greenish, yellowish, white) can all vary by lot and the cheap stuff has a ton of filler.
Kim Ross wrote:Jul 13, 2011
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    Devine Designs
    It could possibly be Sea Salt from Sherwin Williams #6204.
  • Chris Schmidt
    The color of the vanity could possibly be "White Dove" from Benjamin Moore.. OC-17
Jen Quisberg wrote:Feb 7, 2016
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    Lange Custom Woodworking, Inc.

    Jen, We did not manufacture this; you most likely found it in our ideas book. Sorry about the confusion. I would go to Gast Architects for the dimensions.

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    Gast Architects

    The vanity overall length is 7'-9" (not including the 5" backsplash return visible at far left.

sebrooks wrote:Apr 26, 2015
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    Gast Architects

    Many more details about this image, including paint color, can be found under the green tags after you click "More Info".

  • sebrooks
    No green tag
stellart wrote:Nov 12, 2013
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    John Sutton Photography
    Thanks for your question. It is a beautiful bathroom and full of storage options. You will have better luck directing your question to http://www.houzz.com/pro/gastarchitects/gast-architects. They designed the bathroom and have the answer.
  • stellart
    We are remodeling our master bath and the vanity will be custom made but I have to figure out the 'custom'. We are having it be lower 30in and using small countertop sinks. it will be 133 in long with a drop down at about 55 in of about two inches to go under the window. The shower will be handicapped 'drive in'. I need vanity storage ideas and LOVE your website. Thank you so much. Stellart
ndamico330 wrote:Sep 30, 2012
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    Gast Architects
    Depending on the type of mirror, it might be okay. However, it is really hard to do. If you try to attempt this make sure you have a professional do it after surveying whether it will be possible.
  • migcote
    I have sconces mounted on my mirrors - so yes!
fontenot4 wrote:Feb 7, 2012
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    The Shabby Nest
    Benjamin Moore's Lookout Point is a similar color.
  • jwoody10
    another secret color
Ella Baga wrote:Dec 22, 2011
  • PRO
    Kelly Porter
    A similar color to try is Sea Salt 6204 by Sherwin Williams.
  • jwoody10
    green she asked? really? green?
Stacy Foster wrote:Sep 9, 2011
  • PRO
    Circa Lighting
    These are the Vendome Single Sconces available through Circa Lighting. They come in several different finishes with different shade options as well. Call 877.762.2323 for more information or visit http://circalighting.com
  • Stacy Foster
    Thank you so much
ascmabel wrote:Dec 9, 2015
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    Gast Architects

    Please click the "More Info" link at the right under the picture. Numerous items in this bathroom can be found specified there by scrolling over the green tags.

hushkab wrote:Nov 9, 2015
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    Gast Architects

    The most reliable answer to your question will come from a marble supplier.

Courtney Stroud Speights wrote:Jun 20, 2015
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    Gast Architects

    Many more details about this image, including paint color, can be found under the green tags after you click "More Info".

Crystal Dulin wrote:Jun 20, 2015
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    Gast Architects

    Many more details about this image, including paint color, can be found under the green tags after you click "More Info".

Ohanna M. Fernandes wrote:Jun 16, 2015
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    Gast Architects

    Many more details about this image, including paint color, can be found under the green tags after you click "More Info".

MolGirl wrote:May 23, 2015
  • PRO
    Gast Architects

    Many more details about this image, including paint color, can be found under the green tags after you click "More Info".

Taryn Isaacs wrote:May 21, 2015
  • PRO
    Gast Architects

    Many more details about this image, including backsplash information, can be found under the green tags after you click "More Info".

Bethann Olsavsky wrote:May 1, 2015
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    Gast Architects

    All of these cabinets were custom built for the project, I'm sorry to say that there isn't a direct source or price quote for it.

turquoiselady wrote:Feb 1, 2015
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    Gast Architects

    Many more details about this image, including flooring information, can be found under the green tags after you click "More Info".

adcmarlow wrote:Jan 6, 2015
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    Gast Architects

    Many more details about this image, including paint color, can be found under the green tags after you click "More Info".

jmeagrow wrote:Nov 17, 2014
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    Gast Architects
    The vanity overall length is 7'-9" (not including the 5" backsplash return visible at far left.
cullo1684 wrote:Oct 5, 2014
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    Gast Architects
    The paint is made by C2: Vapour C2-238 Matte
Amy wrote:Oct 29, 2013
510lake wrote:Sep 21, 2013
  • clindsaysmith
    Is there enough light from those sconces?
josiemaria wrote:Aug 21, 2013
  • Von A
    also would like to know about the tile in the shower, please.
wfb3525 wrote:Nov 6, 2012
  • movingtode
    What is the make and model of the handles and knobs? Also, who is the manufacturer of the tile floor?
busystephanie wrote:Jan 15, 2012
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    Gast Architects
    Detail A Studios
    730 105TH Avenue
    Oakland, CA 94603
kdona wrote:Jan 5, 2012
lskss wrote:Dec 18, 2011
  • bepsf
    It's marble.
linny060 wrote:Nov 9, 2011
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    The Shabby Nest
    Valspar's Woodlawn Dewkist is a similar color.
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                                                                          What Houzz contributors are saying:

                                                                          mydesignchic
                                                                          Kristy Woodson Harvey and Beth Woodson added this to The Draw of Bar PullsFeb 15, 2012

                                                                          A touch of stainless in a bathroom makes it look so clean. While crystal knobs are a great choice for making a bathroom light, airy and crisp, bar pulls add a feeling of sleek masculinity that's perfect for a master bath.More:The Right Hardware: Jewelry for Your HomeBrowse hardware products

                                                                          shawngauthier
                                                                          Shawn Gauthier added this to 12 Tricks for Updating the BathroomJan 7, 2012

                                                                          Amp the storage. Take a good look at your bathroom. Are your storage options carrying their weight? If you’re renovating, make storage one of your top priorities by thinking of all the ways you can sneak it in, such as adding a vanity tower like this.

                                                                          vanessa_brunner
                                                                          Vanessa Brunner added this to Readers' Choice: The Top 20 Bathrooms of 2011Dec 22, 2011

                                                                          10. It's the little details that make this beautiful bathroom stand out. There's a lot of storage in this bathroom's custom vanity. The his and her sinks are divided by several shared storage spaces — a unique but practical touch.

                                                                          jbdesign
                                                                          Jennifer Bishop Design added this to Vanity Towers Take Bathroom Storage to New HeightsNov 17, 2011

                                                                          Ideally, you’d install a vanity tower during a remodel (or new construction) so it could be perfectly integrated with your vanity and overall bathroom layout — but it can be added to your bathroom even years later.To add one to an existing bathroom, order it from the company who made your original vanity, or have one built to match.

                                                                          What Houzzers are commenting on:

                                                                          webuser_772150322
                                                                          HU-772150322 added this to Master Bath4 hours ago

                                                                          I like the hand towel placement on the center vanity medicine cabinet!

                                                                          webuser_923042466
                                                                          HU-923042466 added this to Salle De Bainyesterday

                                                                          J'aime le style de vanité et le rangement sur le comptoir

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