Renovation: Senoia FarmhouseFarmhouse Bathroom, Atlanta

Laurey W. Glenn (courtesy Southern Living)

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crastal311 wrote:May 25, 2013
scerrir wrote:Nov 11, 2013
  • ingridstrydom
    Love Senoia Farmhouse, would love to came for holiday, great place.
  • nholtnholt
    I know how some of the boards have a slit gap in between and around them. Did you do anything to seal up your walls, other than paint, from drafty air and bugs? Or is that even an issue to worry about?
laurelmountain wrote:Mar 25, 2014
  • laurelmountain
    Thank so much - I've studied these plans but still can't determine the actual dimensions for the bathroom itself, I don't see footage there - I'm guessing on it from the size of the master bedroom, but I was hoping the dimensions might help. Thanks for your reply!
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    Our Town Plans
    The open area in the bathroom is about 9'-9" by 11'-6" and the closet is about 8' by 13'.
kyriachristison wrote:Aug 15, 2013
  • kamiko
    When doing new construction to achieve this look...do you apply paneling over sheetrock or do you even need sheetrock?
  • Tiffany Johnson
    I would always recommend sheetrock, drywall, or greenboard (especially for bathrooms) just to button everything up. I'm not a pro but have worked on many projects and we're getting ready to put wide plank panels in our bathroom. Good luck!
kawhite9 wrote:Nov 23, 2016
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    Historical Concepts

    This was a renovation of an old home and the floors were pre-existing for the most part.

  • kawhite9

    Thank you!

lisapil wrote:Jan 23, 2016
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    Carrara Marble Tiles

    Hello lisapil! The countertop is made of Bianco Carrara marble and a custom fabrication product. If you like it, we can do the same countertop for your bathroom from our marble slabs.

    We have a wide selection of marble slabs available, such as Bianco Carrera (White Carrara), Bianco Dolomiti (White Dolomite), Bardiglio Gray, Nero Marquina Black, White Onyx and Crema Marfil.

    Please contact us via phone or mail to get your best offer:http://www.carraratiles.com/contact-us.html

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    Historical Concepts

    We are the architects of the home. It was a Southern Living Idea House and you can find more information and resources by downloading their Resource Guide HERE.

mafnic wrote:Aug 1, 2014
clmorris17 wrote:Mar 27, 2014
shjr250 wrote:Jan 21, 2014
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    Historical Concepts
    The vanity color is Gauntlet Gray (SW7019) by Sherwin Williams.
  • Michele

    Thanks for the paint color. I've been looking for this information.

Christine Bouvier wrote:Sep 5, 2013
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    Historical Concepts
    Hi, we are the architects of the home. This is the 2012 Southern Living Idea House, for the full resource guide, please use the following link: http://tinyurl.com/SoLiv2012-IdeaHouseGuide

    It looks like the tub is: Iron Works Historic 66"x36"
    Freestanding Bath (K-710-W-0) in White with Ball-and-Claw Feet
    (K-1103-P5) in Iron Black with Antique Floor/Wall Bath Faucet with
    6-Prong Handles and Handshower (K-110-3-BN); us.kohler.com/us
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    Classic Clawfoot Tubs
    Christine - You can actually find these tubs new at a few places. This one is a double ended clawfoot tub with oil rubbed bronze feet.
jewellst wrote:Jan 1, 2017
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    Historical Concepts

    If they are commercially available and not custom, they will be listed in the Resource Guide that Southern Living created for the home. Because this was an Idea House, many of the products we would typically source (as the architects) were supplied by vendors and sponsors, so we don't have all of the resource information. Hopefully, you'll find some details in the Resource Guide, which can be downloaded HERE.

Nancy Fisher wrote:May 18, 2016
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    Historical Concepts

    Unfortunately, we don't know the answer to that question. The paint sheen would likely have been selected by the interior designer.


joannwas wrote:May 2, 2015
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    Historical Concepts

    If they are commercially available and not custom, they will be listed in the Resource Guide that Southern Living created for the home. Because this was an Idea House, many of the products we would typically source (as the architects) were supplied by vendors and sponsors, so we don't have all of the resource information. Hopefully, you'll find some details in the Resource Guide.

Julie wrote:Oct 18, 2014
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    Historical Concepts
    Hi, here is the information on the rug: Swedish Patchwork Area Rug, from Paige Albright Orientals; paigealbrightorientals.com, 205/877-3232.
lori16 wrote:Apr 29, 2014
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    Historical Concepts
    The sconces are: Yoke Suspended Wall Light (SL2975) in Antique Nickel with White Glass; circalighting.com
kreynolds9 wrote:Mar 2, 2014
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    Historical Concepts
    The wall, trim and ceiling paint is Sherwin Williams: Pearly White (SW7009)
kathybechtol wrote:Aug 30, 2013
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    Historical Concepts
    We are the architecture firm, and I don't have information on the furnishings. Apologies!

What Houzz contributors are saying:

lolalina
Laura Gaskill added this to Simple Pleasures: A Relaxed Weekend at HomeMar 4, 2016

Sneak away for an afternoon soak. Taking a leisurely bath in the afternoon feels luxurious, improves the spirits and helps release any lingering tension from a long week. If you have fragrant essential oils or fancy bath products you’ve been saving, now’s your chance to use them.

alisonhodgson
Alison Hodgson added this to Small Steps for Keeping Your Housekeeping ResolutionsDec 27, 2013

Remember that you’re not the only one. It may feel like it, but you’re not the only one who ate too many sweets and didn’t exercise quite enough and has no idea how you’re going to tackle the postholiday mess, let alone what’s been there all along. It helps to remember that you’re not alone. Determine your fitness level. Regarding building the housekeeping muscle, Houzzer Jean Mombourquette commented, “We are all at different “fitness” levels, and knowledge really has little to do with it. A little nudge, with a bit of momentum, and you’re on your way!” This is so true. It’s easy to compare ourselves and our homes to others and their homes, but that’s not really helpful. Figuring out your level of fitness is just another way of facing reality. And it’s important to do so without judgment. The goal is to become stronger and move to the next level, rather than bemoan what is. This applies to every sort of fitness, whether it’s physical, emotional, relational, organizational — you name it.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

jenniferannharris
jenniferannharris added this to 12079 Wood StreetJul 28, 2019

Downstairs bathroom with clawfoot tub.

jenbrue
jenbrue added this to superior houseJul 16, 2019

all white walls, doors, trim with similar wood flooring

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