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Prospect Heights TownhouseContemporary Bathroom, New York

Photos: MIkiko Kikuyama

Pendants: Solitaire by Niche Modern
Medicine Cabinet: Kohler
Wall Tile: Graphite Cleft Slate by Stone Source
Floor Tile: Spa White Velvet by Stone Source
Floor Mats: Teak Floor Mat by CB2
Basin: Larissa by Toto
Faucet: Zuchetti
Vanity: Custom Teak veneer ~5'0" x 22"
Tub: Nexus by Toto

Example of a trendy black tile and slate tile drop-in bathtub design in New York with a vessel sink, wood countertops and brown countertops —  Houzz
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Questions About This Photo (47)
Linda Hamilton wrote:Aug 3, 2016
  • toddyl
    How did you finish the wood vanity. I am asking my cabinet maker to do something similar but they fear the water will easily erode the finish and damage the countertop
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    Etelamaki Architecture

    Hi toddy1,

    Thanks for your question. The wood(veneer) was sealed with shellac, for protection but also coloration, and then a wax finish was applied. Wax was chosen because it can be fairly easily re-applied in place, which needs to occur relatively frequently to maintain protection from water.

Ying Zhu wrote:Apr 13, 2017
  • pamelarcarter

    Source for wall tile? Is it actually porcelain?

  • pamelarcarter

    oops nevermind......

Susan Shapiro wrote:Dec 30, 2015
  • Linda Berry

    Hi can you tell me where this bathroom vanity and sinks are from?

  • Susan Shapiro

    Thanks for the link. This mat does stain the tiles....not good

rebecca_drechsel wrote:Jul 23, 2015
  • La H
    i knew it!.teak..beautiful
  • twitchit

    I love this look, and have been searching for teak cabinets. Where did you get these? Thank you!

creifsn wrote:Jul 2, 2015
  • Lea Julson Gibbs

    What are the dimensions of the wooden counter top and where did you get it? Thanks!


  • jillz11

    Where did you get the mirrors, simple yet perfect?

janet SPENCER wrote:Jan 8, 2017
Stacey Feldman wrote:Jul 5, 2016
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    Etelamaki Architecture

    Hi Stacey Feldman,

    Thanks for your question. Those are teak floor mats from CB2. I had a link to share but it no longer works, so these may have been discontinued. Similar products may be available from other manufacturers, though.

  • Tania Kamphaus

    Hi, this is beautiful! Can you share where you got your vanity and sink?

alexia7 wrote:Apr 23, 2016
alexia7 wrote:Apr 23, 2016
remodelingtime114 wrote:Apr 2, 2016
michalstudio wrote:Mar 25, 2016
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    Etelamaki Architecture

    Hi michalstudio,

    Thanks for your question. The counter is made of quartersawn teak veneer plywood.

  • Christine Liu

    May I know its dimension?

bdros287 wrote:Aug 25, 2015
Gayle Weinberg_Kalmin wrote:Aug 11, 2015
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    Etelamaki Architecture

    Hi Gayle,

    Thanks for your question. The pendants are Solitaire by Niche Modern. The dimensions can be found on the Niche Modern site.

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    Niche Modern

    What a beautiful bathroom! Thanks for specifying our Hand-Made products Etelamaki Architecture! Our pendants are always made with Love and in New York!

Sidnee Stewart wrote:Aug 22, 2018
tandc9 wrote:Jun 15, 2018
Denise Bernard wrote:Oct 2, 2017
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    Etelamaki Architecture

    Hi Denise Bernard,

    Thanks for your question. The mirrors are actually recessed medicine cabinets by Kohler.

jhatton wrote:Sep 17, 2017
Summer wrote:Jun 9, 2017
Susan Hawkinson wrote:May 2, 2017
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    Etelamaki Architecture

    Hi Susan Hawkinson,

    Thanks for your question. The vanity is custom made.

Chris Wedel wrote:Mar 8, 2017
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    Etelamaki Architecture

    Hi Chris Wedel,

    Thanks for your question. The top of the vanity is 25.5" above the floor.

jayn1321 wrote:Feb 27, 2017
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    Etelamaki Architecture

    Hi jayn1321,

    Thanks for your question. There was not stain applied to the veneer, only a clear oil based finish.

janet SPENCER wrote:Jan 8, 2017
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    Etelamaki Architecture

    Hi janetlouise13,

    Whoops! I didn't see this and just responded to your previous question. I hope you found what you needed.

barbav wrote:Nov 7, 2016
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    Etelamaki Architecture

    Hi barbav,

    Thanks for your question. The tub is sitting on a raised platform, which is clad in wood flooring. It is not sitting on the tile. Hope that helps!

hossainakib wrote:Oct 13, 2016
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    Etelamaki Architecture

    Hi hossainakib,

    Thanks for your question. The vanity is supported by steel tubes embedded into a masonry structure. The weight supported will vary depending on the number and size of supports.

dougandpat9321 wrote:Aug 25, 2016
dougandpat9321 wrote:Aug 25, 2016
Natasha Lucero-Conklin wrote:Jul 23, 2016
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    Etelamaki Architecture

    Hi Natasha Lucero-Conklin,

    Thanks for your question. The vanity is custom made, and could likely be adapted to work with one sink. The material is quartersawn teak veneer plywood.

Caro Wendling wrote:Jun 11, 2016
Lori Eracitano-Trane wrote:Jun 5, 2016
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    Etelamaki Architecture

    Hi Lori,

    Thanks for your comment on this photo. If you have any specific questions, do not hesitate to ask!

Christine Liu wrote:May 25, 2016
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    Etelamaki Architecture

    Hi Christine Liu,

    Thanks for your question. The dimensions of the vanity are approximately 21"D x 66"W x 4"H.

GMF Home Interiors Llc wrote:May 17, 2016
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    Etelamaki Architecture

    Hi gmfdesign,

    Thanks for your question. The top of the medicine cabinet is 6'7" above the floor. The faucet is 3'1" above the floor. Both of these are specific to the needs of this homeowner, and may not be the same in every case. I would recommend doing a mock up to determine the ideal height for your situation.

daniellefoleyliew wrote:May 14, 2016
Meera Iyer wrote:Mar 25, 2016
michalstudio wrote:Mar 25, 2016
Bill bosley wrote:Jan 25, 2016
Carol Fieber wrote:Jan 13, 2016
bmanchado wrote:Nov 29, 2015
fabulous faux wrote:Oct 17, 2015
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    Etelamaki Architecture

    Hi fabulous faux,

    Thanks for your question. The mirrors are actually medicine cabinets, Kohler K-2936-PG.

maturino5 wrote:Oct 5, 2015
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    Etelamaki Architecture

    Hi maturino5,

    Thanks for your question. The counter top is custom made, from quartersawn teak veneer plywood.

dianehastert wrote:Sep 13, 2015
Jenica Juanitas wrote:Aug 30, 2015
tymeka2012 wrote:Aug 24, 2015
RLE wrote:Aug 7, 2015
Michael Yankilevich wrote:Aug 5, 2015
yogo321 wrote:Jul 23, 2015
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    Etelamaki Architecture

    Hi yogo321,

    Thanks for your question. The bathroom footprint is 6'W x 14'L.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

affectingspaces
Affecting Spaces added this to What’s Your Neutral: Beige or Gray?Dec 15, 2015

5. Dark grays look best with light or medium wood tones. If you choose a dark wood, the beauty of the gray and the wood might get lost. If you must use dark wood, choose a lighter shade of gray. And by the way, dark woods look fabulous with beige.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

deb_vanhook
Deb Van Hook added this to Bathroom9 hours ago

Dink’s, wall mount faucets, pendant lights.

ngermann
ngermann added this to Favorite Bathrooms2 days ago

Like this combination with maybe a more natural wood color.

pete_m100
Pete M added this to Bathroom Ideas3 days ago

High contrast, dark charcoal feature wall

kddarling
Kiva added this to Guest Bath 20193 days ago

Like the general vibe but can't completely put finger on why.

berfu_aygenc
berfu aygenc added this to berfu's ideas4 days ago

We liked the floating counter and the back tiles. Tiles could be a bit lighter. We need to think about storage as you mentioned

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