Shaughnessy ResidenceTransitional Bathroom, Vancouver

Inspiration for a transitional drop-in bathtub remodel in Vancouver with white cabinets and white walls —  Houzz
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rhondawoloohojian wrote:Jun 28, 2015
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    Sophie Burke Design

    It's from Granada tile in California

  • Melissa
    The Tile is from The Tile Shop. It's called Cheverny Blanc Encaustic tile.
Nicole Brockhouse wrote:Apr 29, 2015
  • paola243
    School House Electric has a few sconces that look very similar. The sconces from the photo may even come from there.

    1). Princeton Freshman Sconce
    2). Princeton Junior Sconce
    3). Princeton Senior Sconce
    4). Princeton Junior Plug In Sconce
    5). Montclair Single Sconce

    Those are all very similar options... One of those options may be the one from the photo.
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    Hudson Valley Lighting

    Thank you for your interest. Indeed, those are our Heirloom sconces. You can explore the full collection here.

WindRose Garden Space Design wrote:May 6, 2014
  • Lauren Cantú

    Are you able to share how much these tiles cost per square foot? I love this exact tile you chose!

  • Louise Jaffe

    Cabinet pulls?

stiinteriors wrote:Jan 27, 2015
  • daisy09

    They look like Hudson Valley LIghting "Heirloom" 8000-AGB-MS1

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    Hudson Valley Lighting

    Thank you for your interest and the compliment, stiinteriors. Thanks for answering, daisy09. Indeed, those are our Heirloom sconces. You can explore the full range of our Heirloom offering here.

carobump wrote:Jan 11, 2015
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    Sophie Burke Design
    It's a natural limestone - it comes from Adera Stone in Vancouver
Lara Williams wrote:Sep 2, 2014
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    Sophie Burke Design
    We designed it ourselves and had it custom made.
Stephanie Mccuin wrote:Mar 30, 2019
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          48911thstreet wrote:Mar 18, 2015

            What Houzz contributors are saying:

            Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to How to Rock a Mixed-Metal Decor PaletteFeb 20, 2016

            Divide and Conquer in the BathroomA divide-and-conquer strategy also works well in the bathroom. Choose one finish for your faucets and shower fixtures (which are best perfectly matched from one manufacturer if possible), and then dress the other accents like handles, lights and mirrors in a second finish.It’s best to play it safe here and match your accents closely to achieve a clean, orderly look, as this designer did with the similar aged-gold finishes. The contrast between the polished silver tones and more matte gold is beautiful.

            What Houzzers are commenting on:

            katepfile added this to 1803 Houghton DrJun 7, 2019

            Mixed metal finishes - pulls and light fixtures one scheme; faucets tub fixtures another color

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