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Example of a classic master white tile and marble tile bathroom design in San Francisco with an undermount sink, shaker cabinets, white cabinets, marble countertops, an undermount tub and white countertops

Ranch RemodelTraditional Bathroom, San Francisco

Master bathroom suite with slab and mosaic Calacatta Marble floors, slab counters and tiled walls. Crystal chandeliers and sconces highlighting custom painted inset cabinets.

Example of a classic master white tile and marble tile bathroom design in San Francisco with an undermount sink, shaker cabinets, white cabinets, marble countertops, an undermount tub and white countertops —  Houzz
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spencerg15 wrote:Jul 8, 2013
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    There is no side splash at the towers. The sinks are far enough in that splashing is not an issue.

  • kateosalt

    What is the width of this duo sink including the two end wood towers? Thank you

Max Well wrote:Jun 11, 2012
  • Caroline Harrison

    JCA architects - is the vanity and he storage on either side 9’4” total or is is 9’4” plus two 1’3” towers? Thank you! I have this exact amount to use and was hoping for something like this!

  • Caroline Harrison

    You maybe already answered it but I am just wanting to clarify hahah!

ctkathy wrote:Jul 9, 2013
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    I recently did a similar bathroom and we use a medium gray counter that was called Grigio Limestone. (Unfortunately I have not photographed it yet otherwise I would send a photo) . It is also really pretty. I don't think it turned out quite as dramatic as this did, but it is still very elegant and very pretty. Make sure you adjust the paint color of the cabinets to work with your counter. Good luck with your project. Let me know if you have any other questions.
  • kesslerv
    Thanks so much. I really appreciate all your help.
westugemma wrote:Jan 14, 2013
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    Hello. If you go to my company photos for this project (JCA Architects, Inc.) you will see a partial picture taken from outside the shower. We used the same border that is on the floor on the wall of the shower and we used 6x12 Calcatta marble in a brick set pattern for the rest.
  • kesslerv
    I see it now. Thanks so much.
amyleboeuf wrote:Aug 21, 2013
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    14" wide at face (plus/minus) and 16" deep (front to back).
  • Peggy Wocks
    Thanks so much!
dottyhall wrote:Feb 16, 2013
Brau Leon wrote:Sep 26, 2012
  • barn509
    name of the cabinet maker please, I am in San Mateo and going to start my bath remodeling. If I can find the cabinet maker, I am going to make the same cabinet. Thanks
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    Mark Daley, Woodsong Furniture. Phone: 408-445-1525
    Fax: 408-445-8011. Email: woodfun@sbcglobal.net. He recently merged with another company, so I don't know what his workload is. Give him a call. He is a really talented, super easy guy to work with. He just finished up some office/wine room cabinets for me that turned out fantastic. Good luck!!
tracyjill923 wrote:Apr 30, 2014
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    Thank you very much, you are very talented...Love, Love, Love this design... I am working on building my site. I have to upload designs, I primarily design and sell kitchens. I design and sell bathrooms, however kitchens are the bulk of my business.
  • A L

    Beautiful!! are your mirrors recessed and and then wall trimmed around them with the marble sill added? or are they framed? Trying to decide where & how to hide outlets in a smaller bath. We only have 60" for the dbl vanity and that runs from the door frame wall to the toilet (with clearance on that end). I'm trying not to put an outlet between 2 mirrors. undecided on 1 mirror or 2 pending elec decisions.

Kathy411 wrote:Jan 30, 2014
jennifercdolan wrote:Aug 18, 2013
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    The cabinet is completely custom. I am not sure you could find anything so specific purchased. Some semi-custom companies are good. I like Plato Cabinetry for example. The sconces are Hudson Valley Logan Sconces in polished nickel.
  • Francine Eskenazi

    Hi there, could I ask the dimension of the mirror? Thanks so much! Francine

karinboucher wrote:Feb 28, 2014
  • liam68

    Could this design fit an 8' 10" wall if the side tower and base were only 12" wide?

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    In my opinion I think that 12" is too narrow for the towers on the sides. The door panels will get too skinny. You can spread the 6" reduction along the base cabinets/drawers/doors. There are seven panels, so each would lose just less than an inch (0.857"). I think that would look less noticeable overall.


ograsso wrote:Jul 1, 2013
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    These are by Hudson Valley Lighting, style: Logan Sconce, finished in Polished Nickel - 171-PN.
  • dnchorner
    Looks lovely! Can you also share the chandelier make and style? Thanks!
jimp36 wrote:Jan 26, 2013
  • suzip
    Where are the electrical outlets located on the vanity?
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    One duplex outlet is in the center of the backsplash set horizontally (hidden by towels in picture). There are also outlets in the towers at each side.
P@ Sackett wrote:Jan 13, 2013
ljgreene04 wrote:Aug 4, 2012
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    Hi. That is difficult to analyze without knowing fixture, ceiling height, etc. However, I would say as a rule of thumb if proportion allows, I like the scones to be placed at a height that illuminate the face. Typically this is between 60"-66" depending on where the electrical base is relative to the fixture. Another factor to consider is type of sconce. With shaded sconces I don't like to look up to the underside or "guts" of the fixture (e.g. bulb, etc). That is not so much a consideration with enclosed sconces. Hope that helps!
  • Debbie Monette
    yes thanks!
bathredo1 wrote:Oct 15, 2013
  • Alison ODonoghue
    Where are the sconce lights from? THanks!
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    These are by Hudson Valley Lighting, style: Logan Sconce, finished in Polished Nickel - 171-PN.
tandedean wrote:Aug 4, 2013
  • tandedean
    Thank you for the prompt response!
  • Tara
    What is the colour of the cabinet?
selh05 wrote:Jan 25, 2013
  • mkrensky
    beautiful what color are the cabinets?
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    The color is Restoration Hardware, Ash.
Bill wrote:Dec 30, 2012
  • Laurie Nash
    Beautiful...is there a separate shower? And do you have a picture?
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    Thanks! Here is a glimpse of the shower. It was separate and rather large, about 66"x42". The border on the floor in the vanity shot is the same border in the shower.

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bbarbera wrote:Jun 15, 2012
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    Does the 22"width include the frame??How wide is the frame? I am looking for a mirror that is between 20-22 wide but not sure how high to go. The ceiling is 7'8" - not your standard 8' high ceiling. What would you recommend for the height of the mirror??
    I have 3 sconces and a 68" vanity - not too big but need the lights.
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    In this vanity the 22" does not include the frame. The frame in this case is a door panel to match the cabinets (made/purchased with the custom cabinets). The thickness is 2" around. The mirror is just a beveled plate glass made and installed by a local glass shop.

    I think pivot hung mirrors are really nice. Restoration Hardware has some beautiful ones both pivot hung and standard wall mounting. They are 18"x36" glass with a bit round of metal framing. 32" 36" tall would be nice in your case since the ceiling is low the tall vertical proportion might make the ceiling appear higher..

    http://www.restorationhardware.com/catalog/product/product.jspproductId=prod1557039&categoryId=cat1520039

    Otherwise if you have a woodworker or handy person that can help you, you can easily buy 2" stock trim from a lumber store (home depot, etc). Miter frame it to a size that works for you and install the beverl mirror that you can pick up from a local shop.That way you can completely control height and width.

    Hope that helps!
lovit wrote:Jun 14, 2012
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fieldingw wrote:Apr 21, 2014
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    The length of the vanity is 9'-4" long overall. The storage towers at each side are approx. 1'-4" wide.The vanity/sink portion of the base cabinet is 22 deep". It steps back slightly at each side where the drawers are to 19.5" deep. The towers at each side are 16" deep and approximately that same width. the drawers below match that dimension in width.
  • Laura
    Jeanette, thank you for sharing the dimensions. I had saved this to my idea book and now that we are renovating our master bath I came back to see if I could make sense of the ideal tower width so that the vanity is balanced and discovered your reply. We have 9'-8" and I had originally sketched the towers at 12" wide. Based on your response I'm sure we'll get a better result in terms of scale as well as function by going wider as you did in this design. I appreciate the information- it's very helpful.

    The bathroom design is beautiful.
slbd wrote:Feb 27, 2014
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    Here is a plan of the bath with dimensions
  • princesswnabee
    this is sooooo very helpful. we are getting ready to add on an addition of bedroom and bath. love the layout you have done. superb
mirnafarika wrote:Feb 12, 2014
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    The hardware is from Restoration Hardware. The pulls are 4" Chatham pulls. The knobs are 1.25" Bistro knobs.
  • bboddie
    Such a lovely bathroom. Well done!
ppredo wrote:Feb 9, 2014
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    The manufacturer is Rohl. The style is the Edwardian Collection.
  • ppredo
    Thank you! The bathroom is beautiful.
mikealbrecht wrote:Feb 5, 2014
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    The length of the vanity is 9'-4" long overall. The storage towers at each side are approx. 1'-4" wide.The vanity/sink portion of the base cabinet is 22 deep". It steps back slightly at each side where the drawers are to 19.5" deep. The towers at each side are 16" deep and approximately that same width. the drawers below match that dimension in width. It was storage in lieu of medicine cabinets. There are outlets inside for electric shaver and toothbrushes, etc. Upper shelves are for hand towels, washcloths, etc.
  • mikealbrecht
    do they make a corner tower
Rae Desaulniers wrote:Dec 5, 2013
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    Hi Rae. Sorry for not getting back to you sooner. We put the counter in front because we liked the look and did not need as much storage here. This bathroom has another location for linen storage so it was not critical in our design. These cabinets are 16" deep and in my opinion not deep enough for bath towels. If you need the linen storage I would make it full depth. It will still look great.
  • Jeanette Bendle

    what is ideal size for a linen tower on vanity that will be used for towels? I like smaller look, but need function too. thanks

3smithchicks wrote:Dec 1, 2013
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    The large floor tiles came from a local manufacturer (All Natural Stone is San Jose, CA). I am sure just about any quality stone supplier would have them. The border (Petit Olivia Border) is from Waterworks. While not as slick as polished, I do think honed is still slippery when wet.
  • 3smithchicks
    thank you. for your time
ellemvee wrote:Nov 3, 2013
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    The length of the vanity is 9'-4" long overall. The storage towers at each side are approx. 1'-4" wide.The vanity/sink portion of the base cabinet is 22 deep". It steps back slightly at each side where the drawers are to 19.5" deep. The towers at each side are 16" deep and approximately that same width. the drawers below match that dimension in width. Hope that helps
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    maximum use of space for cabinetry and storage! love the look. love the mirror size and great lighting!
skammula wrote:Sep 19, 2013
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    The solution for the counter tops is super easy in my opinion. Caesarstone and Silestone have great quartz options. Caeserstone has a London Gray or a Misty Carrera that are really nice. You can use that for the countertop, tub deck and backsplash.

    In regard to floor and walls, there are some really pretty full body porcelains from Porcelanosa and DalTile that are really nice. I would use a gray or beige color as the white porcelains tend to look “fake” in my opinion. They both have some nice trim pieces that you can use to create the same look. I think this one from Porcelanosa is nice:

    http://www.porcelanosausa.com/home/products/mosaics.aspx/d=9893/title=Mosaico_Island_Star_White

    Hope that helps!
  • Nancy Wallace
    I love the chandelier. Where did you find it?
pmcghee wrote:Jul 12, 2013
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    Thanks! The walls are Restoration Hardware Paint - Graphite. If you do not have access to Restoration Hardware paint, a very close color is Benjamin Moore Pashmina AF-100. The Restoration Hardware color is a bit cooler gray and the Benjamin Moore color a bit warmer. Hope that helps
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    Beautiful! Did you paint the trim the same color as the vanity?

topman wrote:Jun 13, 2013
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    1-1/4" knobs. In my opinion, the 1" knobs look a bit small unless it is a small door or drawer.
  • topman
    Thank you for responding and advice. Trying to decide what size knob to go with, I am worried about one that will be too big on a cabinet. This one looks proportionally right to me.
brandonmill wrote:May 26, 2013
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    We bought the toilet from Waterworks. I think that Waterworks is not going to supply other manufacturers products for plumbing fixtures anymore. TOTO makes the same model. The TOTO version is the Promenade.
  • brandonmill
    Thanks for your prompt reply It is greatly appreciated.
nikoletamasco wrote:May 18, 2013
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    These are by Hudson Valley Lighting, style: Logan Sconce, finished in Polished Nickel - 171-PN.
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    Hudson Valley Lighting

    Thank you for the compliment, nikoletamasco! Thank you for your precision and confirmation, JCA. You did a lovely job with this bath.

    Sorry for our late arrival to this conversation. If interested in getting a closer look, you can see it here.

vseibels wrote:Feb 26, 2013
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    The cabinet hardware is polished nickel.
  • hmoroney
    What size are the mirrors and dimension of vanity
claudiaberg456 wrote:Feb 6, 2013
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    Thanks. Toilet and sinks are white. The toilet is a Toto toilet that was purchased from Waterworks. They now are making their own brand, so probably best to get direct from Toto. Make sure you specify hard piping to the toilet supply. It makes all the difference in appearance (as good as a toilet can be anyway). Sinks are from Kallista. Tub is from Wateworks. Hope that helps.
  • claudiaberg456
    Thank you for all the very helpful information, it is very generous of you to share your talent.
Ms Moey wrote:Feb 2, 2013
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    Thanks. The cabinets are custom made from a local millworker. The doors and drawer fronts are from Cal Door. The paint color is Restoration Hardware, Ash.
  • Ms Moey
    Thank you! Your bathroom is brillant!
Gi K wrote:Jan 10, 2013
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    The mirrors are standard plate glass mirrors with a 1" bevel edge. They were made by a local glass manufacturer (quite inexpensive). The painted wood panels around that match the cabinetry sit proud of the mirror by about 1/8". At the bottom they sit on the 4" high backsplash ledge.

    I am happy to help any way I can. Regards!
  • Maureen Sidbury

    Can you tell me the mirror dimensions?

kinton wrote:Nov 7, 2012
  • Nicky McIntyre
    Hard to tell but is it bullnose?
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    It is an 1.5" ogee built up edge.
stieglerk wrote:Jul 28, 2012
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    Thank you. The cabinets are color matched to Restoration Hardware paint - Ash (satin finish). We used Benjamn Moore for the color match.
  • Randee G

    What is creating the dark border around all the doors and drawers? Is it painted?

rousseann wrote:Aug 21, 2014
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    I am not exactly sure what you are asking, but if I am understanding, you want to know how much space there is on the marble deck between the wall and the opening for the tub at each end? At the outermost point of the ellipse, 8" at ends and on sides.

    Let me know if you need additional information.
aturner894 wrote:Aug 4, 2014
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    Sorry for not getting back to you sooner. This tub is an undermount tub. The edge is cut plane and polished.

    On rectangular tubs I often cut the slab in pieces to picture mold or "T" at ends. It saves quite a bit as you do not have the waste (center cut out) and can typically get it out of the slab that you use for the counter.
ebrasser wrote:Jul 21, 2014
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    Door is a full swing door, not a pocket.
linnab wrote:Jul 9, 2014
  • dordor12
    Where can I purchase this vanity
howell1 wrote:Mar 21, 2014
  • Julie Locati
    I think they're "Logan" from Hudson Valley Lighting
MrsD wrote:Mar 19, 2014
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    I think it will be totally fine. If you scrutinize the finishes closely someone may be able to tell they are different, but in general few people will notice. I would advise that you do all the accessories (tp holder, towel bar, etc.) in chrome. Hope that helps!
MrsD wrote:Mar 11, 2014
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    The ceiling is 8'-0". The soffit pops up 8" at chandelier level.
Gary Silberstein wrote:Mar 6, 2014
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Gilmer Building Co., Inc. wrote:Feb 6, 2014
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    That is the size of the chandelier. The ceiling is not very high (about 8'-6" at center) so we needed a fixture that was not that large. The tub is 32"x66".
Courtlin Donner-Noggerath wrote:Jan 15, 2014
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    The length of the vanity is 9'-4" long overall. The storage towers at each side are approx. 1'-4" wide.The vanity/sink portion of the base cabinet is 22 deep". It steps back slightly at each side where the drawers are to 19.5" deep. The towers at each side are 16" deep and approximately that same width. the drawers below match that dimension in width. Hope that helps.
sujid wrote:Jan 5, 2014
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    These are by Hudson Valley Lighting, style: Logan Sconce, finished in Polished Nickel - 171-PN.
krllyledbetter wrote:Jan 2, 2014
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    It is a color match to Restoration Hardware paint color; ASH.
glisse wrote:Dec 14, 2013
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    Custom cabinets by a furniture maker in San Jose, CA. Woodsong Furniture, Inc.
glcorfixsen wrote:Aug 20, 2013
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    Yes, the cabinets were custom built.
jennifercdolan wrote:Aug 19, 2013
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    Yes, the drawers are all the same height. They are 5" tall each with a 3/4" rail in between.
tifflass wrote:Feb 4, 2013
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    We used concealed Euro hinges on these cabinets.
chaley3258 wrote:Feb 3, 2013
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    Thanks. The walls are Restoration Hardware Paint - Graphite.
Bill wrote:Jan 21, 2013
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    So sorry for taking so long to get back to you. The vanity/sink portion of the base cabinet is 22". It steps back slighty at each side where the drawers are to 19.5". The towers at each side are 16" deep and approximately that same width.
solita1 wrote:Jan 18, 2013
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    Restoration Hardware paint, color is Ash.
marybonura wrote:Jan 3, 2013
lawrencesrobin wrote:Dec 11, 2012
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    It is a wood panel produced by the millworker. The stone overhang is 1.5" and protects it from water drips.
Karen Brown wrote:Nov 13, 2012
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    Sconce is by Hudson Valley Lighting - Logan, 171-PN
pegmc45 wrote:Nov 7, 2012
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    Sorry for not getting back to you sooner. The sconce is by Hudson Valley Lighting - Logan, 171-PN
joannezito wrote:Oct 10, 2012
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    The walls are Restoration Hardware Paint - Graphite. If you do not have access to Restoration Hardware paint, a very close color is Benjamin Moore Pashmina AF-100. The Restoration Hardware color is a bit cooler gray and the Benjamin Moore color a bit warmer. Hope that helps!
saquino wrote:Sep 27, 2012
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    The border is a preset design from Waterworks (Olivia Petit Border). We customized the color with two materials; Calcutta marble and Roman Blue marble. The outer field tile is 16"x16" straight set Calcutta and the inset field tile is 12"x12" brick set Calcutta. We used the same Waterworks border detail in the shower. Good luck with your project!
susgoose wrote:Jul 1, 2012
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    It is a pocket door with a frosted French panel. It is not really a big room I think the camera angle is really distorting. The room is 3'-2" wide by 5'-6" deep. The door is a 2'-4" door.
tjug wrote:Jun 25, 2012
lisaherrle wrote:May 23, 2012
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    The walls are Restoration Hardware Paint - Graphite and the cabinets are color matched to Restoration Hardware paint - Ash
jdalles wrote:May 19, 2012
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    It is a sconce fixture by Hudson Valley Lighting - Logan, 171-PN
jeanetteb47 wrote:May 3, 2012
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    bottom of fixtures is at 6'-8" above finished floor
kayth wrote:Apr 23, 2012
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    The border is a preset design from Waterworks (Olivia Petit Border). We customized the color out of Calcutta marble and Roman Blue marble. The outer field tile is 16"x16" Calcutta and the inset field tile is 12"x12" Calcutta. We used the same border detail in the shower.
lkoppelman wrote:Jun 25, 2014
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          chantay99 wrote:Mar 2, 2013

            What Houzz contributors are saying:

            ventanaconstruction
            Ventana Construction LLC added this to Get Creative With Your Bathroom Floor TileMay 7, 2013

            Tile "Rugs"Floors can also be arranged to create a tile framework in the center of a room that mimics the look of a rug. This can be achieved with a mosaic tile border, filled with more field tile.

            What Houzzers are commenting on:

            anitra_radtke
            Anitra Radtke added this to Master Bath3 days ago

            Vanity with storage on either end.

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            Greg Kahoun added this to off center sinks/vanities4 days ago

            sinks here are not centered with the cabinet doors

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            Jennie Scalisi added this to Living room ideas4 days ago

            Master bathroom idea with separate WC

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