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Example of a zen beige tile bathroom design in Seattle

Quantum Windows & Doors | Lane Williams ArchitectureAsian Bathroom, Seattle

Michael Jensen Photography - This asian influenced contemporary home features Quantum’s custom wood Euro Series Windows. Of particular architectural note are the custom Lift & Slide partition panels flanking the master bath. The pocketing window panels measure just under 5 feet tall and slide along tracks to disappear into the exterior walls. This configuration allows for a virtually unobstructed 10 foot opening with which the homeowners can experience the outdoors from within. Leading into the dining room are a pair of 4 panel interior sliding doors. Mirroring these same panel specifications are the exterior doors. Here at the home’s main entrance are double Hinged doors inlaid with obscured glass and flanked with top awning architectural windows.

Example of a zen beige tile bathroom design in Seattle —  Houzz

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bennetthome7 wrote:Mar 16, 2013
  • Michele Dorchak
    I love it Coop. :)
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    Custom Doors

    Borano Doors, Inc. in Miami, FL. Visit our website at www.borano.com or e-mail me at claudia@borano.com. We specialize in custom mahogany wood doors, windows, and IPE wood cladding.

Ellie Stark wrote:Jun 22, 2013
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    Quantum Windows & Doors
    This might answer some questions. Coop 15 Architecture commented in another thread of questioning regarding the tub:

    "You're correct, it's not practical for everyday bathing, it's meant as a special occasion sanctuary. Typically when we've done these they're are meant to function as Ofuro, which are for relaxation and meditation vs bathing. Because you bathe prior to entering a filter isn't necessary but they do indeed take a significant amount of water to fill.
    see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Furo for more.
    This particular tub was a custom design and it's built like a swimming pool with a filter etc"
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jb54 wrote:Dec 8, 2013
Would love to see the rest of this house

- Any chance you have more photos?

Hxchidori Reign wrote:Feb 11, 2015
autumnandjasoncrawford wrote:May 29, 2016
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    Skydell Contracting Inc.

    Not my project but I can tell you from experience that these are custom doors and as far as the price, "if you have to ask, you can't afford them".

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    Quantum Windows & Doors

    @autumnandjasoncrawford - please feel free to contact us at qsales@quantumwindows.com. All our products are custom manufactured according to architectural specifications. We would love to create anything you have in mind!

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