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Example of a trendy bathroom design in Vancouver with granite countertops

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Example of a trendy bathroom design in Vancouver with granite countertops —  Houzz
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belvedere32 wrote:Jan 18, 2014
loraleehartl wrote:Oct 31, 2012
  • brock2wyatt
    What tub is this?
  • mayadivine
    where can i buy these tiles in NJ? Do they go by any other name?
misladycatherine wrote:Oct 9, 2012
buppi wrote:Sep 17, 2012
  • buppi
    Thanks....I looked and looked at the picture and it didn't look like a mirror reflecting a towel bar, etc., it looked like there WAS a towel bar, etc. over the sink.
  • PRO
    Claudia Leccacorvi
    Yes above the sink...the picture is deceiving.
lmwatts wrote:Aug 26, 2012
  • PRO
    Claudia Leccacorvi
    This is a custom vanity from Dynamic MFG Architectural Woodworking here in Vancouver.
  • Kristin
    how does the sub set? with the tile fascia like that it seems as if the front of the tub may not be resting on the pony wall, if there is one.
cfbpell wrote:May 30, 2011
  • PRO
    Bud Dietrich, AIA
    We're always thinking that the controls have to line up with the shower head. But they don't. Think about putting the controls where they'll be the most convenient and easy to access. The cost of the extra few feet of piping is small compared to the added convenience.
  • A Baker
    Bepsfd~Have the same set up and concerns. I am considering doing exactly what you described. I'm wondering how wide the half panel should be to keep shower spray from hitting the floor?
retire16 wrote:Jul 6, 2013
  • PRO
    Design + Color
    You need a surface (hardee backer) attached to the tub. I've seen it done but it's tricky. Narrow framing is the key.
  • puddin
    I'm working with a niche similar to this and want to add tile to the front of a tub but I don't think I'm asking the right question when searching for the tub. Should I be asking about drop in tubs with apron less fronts so that tile can be flush with the lip. Thank you for any direction you can point me in.
blkseaton wrote:Aug 22, 2012
  • PRO
    Claudia Leccacorvi
    The larger wall tile was called Indiani Argento 12" x 24" and Indiani Argento Mosaic 1.5" x 3" is at the tub wall. It was purchased from Olympia Tile here in Vancouver. These are porcelain tiles.
  • martamiddleton
    What kind of tile did you use for the floor? Thanks!
83tasha wrote:May 12, 2011
bjg90051 wrote:Jan 12, 2011
  • PRO
    KitchenLab | Rebekah Zaveloff Interiors
    That's a great bathroom! I looked and can't fine the exact one - but for something squarish, try the Kohler Kathryn or American Standard Archer.
  • jodigarcia
    Mfg: Impronta Italgraniti Series: Indian Slate Color: Ardesia Sabbia.
grier91storm wrote:Dec 25, 2014
  • PRO
    Claudia Leccacorvi
    The flooring was the same as the larger format wall tile.
kalkav wrote:Feb 8, 2013
  • PRO
    Claudia Leccacorvi
    The larger wall tile was called Indiani Argento 12" x 24" and Indiani Argento Mosaic 1.5" x 3" is at the tub wall. It was purchased from Olympia Tile here in Vancouver. These are porcelain tiles.
Michelle Hartley wrote:Nov 14, 2012
  • PRO
    Claudia Leccacorvi
    The larger wall tile was called Indiani Argento 12" x 24" and Indiani Argento Mosaic 1.5" x 3" is at the feature wall. They were purchased from Olympia Tile here in Vancouver. These are porcelain tiles.
pslovell wrote:Apr 13, 2012
  • PRO
    Claudia Leccacorvi
    The larger wall tile was called Indiani Argento 12" x 24" and Indiani Argento Mosaic 1.5" x 3" is at the tub wall. It was purchased from Olympia Tile here in Vancouver. These are porcelain tiles.
Jamie Jones wrote:Dec 31, 2011
  • bepsf
    No, it's a drop in tub with a custom tiled apron.
loisj wrote:Oct 23, 2011
  • bepsf
    Your local glass shop is your best resource for shower enclosure fabrication and installation.
South Shore Remodeling wrote:Jul 27, 2011
  • hilltop1155
    Just guesswork, but assuming a 4' wide cabinet. 3' for the toilet and 2.5' for the tub, the front-to-back dimension would be about 9.5 or 10'. The width is probably the length of the tub, which looks like it might be 6'. So about 9.5 or 10' by 6'. The tiles seem to confirm this guesstimate. Good luck.
constructnewbath wrote:May 5, 2011
  • PRO
    Claudia Leccacorvi
    I used a company called 'Good and Quick Glass'.
    Vancouver Branch:
    336 W. 2nd Avenue, Vancouver, BC V5Y 1C8
    Phone: 604-707-0900
    Fax: 604-707-0988

SEPW Architecture Inc. wrote:Oct 30, 2013
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      krittercomfort wrote:Oct 20, 2013
        yaklich wrote:Oct 20, 2013
          omardalmau11261967 wrote:Dec 26, 2012
            prague304 wrote:Jan 16, 2012

              What Houzz contributors are saying:

              dytecture
              Dytecture added this to 9 Ways to Create a Not-So-Standard BathroomNov 23, 2011

              6. Play with scale. Large tiles along the back wall makes the bathroom appear longer. Give your bathtub a finished look by tiling the tub as well.

              What Houzzers are commenting on:

              ladydilyons
              ladydilyons added this to upstairs bathroomMar 31, 2019

              someone said should they be asking for drop in tub with apronless front so that tile can be flush w the lip?

              ideas2431
              ideas2431 added this to yale reno 2019Feb 4, 2019

              bad toilet position for bather aka me:))

              kim_bevard
              Kim Bevard added this to hall bath ideasFeb 4, 2019

              like the way the tub front is tiled

              kent_edwards
              kent_edwards added this to Wish ListJan 25, 2019

              floor to ceiling tiled wall all the way through to tub

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