Ski SlopeRustic Bathroom, Sacramento

Example of a mountain style beige tile and travertine tile pebble tile floor alcove shower design in Sacramento with an undermount sink, shaker cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, a two-piece toilet, beige walls and white countertops —  Houzz
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Rey Alanis wrote:July 11, 2014
sebring925 wrote:May 11, 2014
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    High Camp Home
    Hello, the tile in the shower is travertine. We used 8x16 travertine tiles and offset them. Our interior design team sourced this travertine locally to the Lake Tahoe, CA area. If you would like further information on our design services or would like to view other design projects, please visit www.hchdesign.com. Thanks!
  • Penny Hargraves

    What size is the vanity?

jillmichalik wrote:May 10, 2014
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    High Camp Home
    The back splash is a piece of reclaimed wood. A good alternative to reclaimed wood, is a standard piece of 2"x4" stain with a medium watco finish.
  • Wendy Fresh

    Where are the cabinet knobs/pulls from? Thanks!

Harripersad's Woodworking wrote:July 27, 2014
  • simpsoncarol
    unless guys are sitting down in there, there's gonna be pee on the towels
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    High Camp Home
    Thank you for your comments - this photo is set-up is for staging purposes and you would of course not have to put your towels by the toilet if you did not wish. Thank you for your input.
stephensontrumpet wrote:November 5, 2016
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    High Camp Home

    Hi thank you for your question - the vanity was custom built by our design/build team specifically for this project. The wood used for the vanity is Dead Standing Pine which is reclaimed-resawn. On the vanity we used Watco Medium Walnut stain and for the door inserts we used Watco Dark Walnut Stain.

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    Robin Reiners

    Thanks so very much! Beautiful!

kortnee11 wrote:July 8, 2016
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    High Camp Home

    Hello and thank you for your question . The paint is custom, golden-colored plaster with ground pecan shells to give it depth and texture. For more information on our custom design services or to view additional projects please visit us at highcamphomedesign.com. Thanks for your interest!

  • D R

    How was this achieved? Paint and then pat the shells on while damp?????

emccav2 wrote:January 31, 2016
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    High Camp Home

    Hi there, thank you for your interest. This flooring is a
    custom blend of travertine, pebblestone, and barnwood planking. More
    specifically, the wood is scribed into the stone pebble floor for a live edge
    look.

    The tile in the shower is travertine. We used 8x16
    travertine tiles and offset them. Our interior design team sourced this
    travertine locally to the Lake Tahoe, CA area. There is no certain brand on it
    - but we feel confident you should be able to source this material locally!

    Hope this helps!

  • auhgca

    Where did you get the vanity for this bathroom? I absoluetely love it!

Erin Wilburn wrote:January 3, 2016
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    High Camp Home

    Hi there, thank you for your interest. This flooring is a custom blend of travertine, pebblestone, and barnwood planking. More specifically, the wood is scribed into the stone pebble floor for a live edge look. Hope this helps!

  • Helen Peterson

    The person who created this floor is truly an artist. Congratulations for having such an artist on your team!!!.


tiamcmahon wrote:April 19, 2015
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    High Camp Home

    Hi, thank you for your question! Yes, the vanity was custom built by our design/build team specifically for this project. The wood used for the vanity is Dead Standing Pine which is reclaimed-resawn. On the vanity we used Watco Medium Walnut stain and for the door inserts we used Watco Dark Walnut Stain. The vanity countertop is a travertine slab with a 3" cracked edge detail. Thanks again, and good luck with your project!

  • Melissa

    HI, is it possible to give me the equivalent of the watco medium walnut stain and the watco dark walnut stain in wood classics or minwax stain brands ? Thank you

Stacey Ovanes wrote:April 14, 2015
  • Graham Jarman
    What type of wood is the vanity?
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    High Camp Home

    This flooring is a custom blend of travertine, pebblestone, and barnwood planking. More specifically, the wood is scribed into the stone pebble floor for a live edge look. It is comfortable to stand, as you would only feel slight texture. The vanity is resawn pine.

Tammy Arnold wrote:February 22, 2015
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    High Camp Home

    Hi thank you for your question - the wood is scribed into the stone pebble floor for a live edge look. Thanks for inquiry!

  • cc1682

    I love this bath room layout 100%.



Pat Wilson wrote:January 4, 2015
  • cherirenee
    I would go with a cow skin rug. I love mine and my house is not rustic nor country.
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    High Camp Home
    Hi Pat, it entirely depends on the look you are trying to achieve through your decor. Rugs are a great solution because they can always be replaced and changed out at a fraction of the cost! We have a great selection of area rugs available on our retail website highcamphome.com - please feel free to check them out and let us know if you have any additional questions. Thanks for your interest!
jcl50 wrote:November 16, 2014
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    High Camp Home
    This vanity countertop is a travertine slab with a 3" cracked edge detail. Thanks for your question!
  • Julie Wilson

    what color is this traverstine countertop

    ? thanks

sskarr wrote:October 9, 2014
  • amandacoxson
    Hello! Yes, this vanity was custom designed and built by our design department at High Camp Home!
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    High Camp Home
    Hello and thank you for your question. Yes, the vanity was custom designed and made for this project. For more information on our custom design services or to view additional projects please visit us at highcamphomedesign.com. Thanks for your interest!
Leslie Belcher wrote:June 1, 2014
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    High Camp Home
    Hello, we used Benjamin Moore - Shaker Beige in this bathroom. There is no special finish on the walls, just sheet rock. The lighting is bouncing off the tile, pebble flooring, and other materials, creating the allusion of textured walls. Thanks for your question!
  • Terry-Anne Kelly
    Stunning colors. The paint is perfect.
Michelle Corsaro wrote:May 19, 2014
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    SomerTile
    Wow, this is lovely- a very cool rustic look. If you're interested in the pebble accents, we have a variety of very similar products available through Overstock: http://www.overstock.com/search?keywords=somertile+riverbed&SearchType=Header

    If you have any questions please don't hesitate to be in touch! Thanks!
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    High Camp Home
    Hello Michelle. The shower tile is 8x16 Travertine, which we installed in an offset pattern. We sourced this tile locally to the Lake Tahoe, Ca area, however Travertine is readily available at most tile stores or through your tile installer. Good luck with your project!
shaybill3 wrote:December 19, 2016
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    High Camp Home

    Good question! We think the answer to that would be to communicate with your contractor the concept of floating shelves. Floating shelves are essentially shelves without the vertical enclosure, which is what gives you the "box" look. We are loving the floating shelf trend! Hope that helps!

Kathy wrote:December 2, 2016
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    High Camp Home

    Hi Kathy, thank you for your inquiry into this custom vanity in our Ski Slope project. The vanity was custom built by our design/build team specifically for this project. The wood used for the vanity is Dead Standing Pine which is reclaimed-resawn. On the vanity we used Watco Medium Walnut stain and for the door inserts we used Watco Dark Walnut Stain. The vanity countertop is a travertine slab with a 3" cracked edge detail. Unfortunately we don't take custom orders unless they are part of a remodel. If you would like more information about our services offered please feel free to contact us.

    HCH Design

    (866) 790-6501 | 10am - 5pm PST

huntn55 wrote:August 29, 2016
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    High Camp Home

    Hello, thank you for your question. We are a full-service interior design firm and when necessary our builders source outside finishes for specific projects - we do not sell finishes as we carry furniture and decor for retail only.


    Sorry I couldn't be of more help - good luck with your shopping!

Lory Smith wrote:August 25, 2016
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    High Camp Home

    Hi there, thank you for your question. The vanity countertop is a travertine slab with a 3" cracked edge detail.

susanhowit wrote:August 24, 2016
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    High Camp Home

    Hi there, thank you for your interest and inquiry. Pictured is our Double Rivet Sconce and it can be ordered directly through our website, here.


    Please let us know if you need anything else!

Shelly Trubenbach wrote:July 17, 2016
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    High Camp Home

    Hi there, thank you for your question. It's a blended pebblestone portraying a variety of natural stones in varying hues. You'll see that no two stones are alike, all are essentially unique and range from a creme to slate color. We loved the organic and natural element this brought.

Marilyn Baughman wrote:June 10, 2016
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    High Camp Home

    The vanity was custom built by our design/build team specifically for this project. The wood used for the vanity is Dead Standing Pine which is reclaimed-resawn. On the vanity we used Watco Medium Walnut stain and for the door inserts we used Watco Dark Walnut Stain. The vanity countertop is a travertine slab with a 3" cracked edge detail.

louie reyes wrote:April 15, 2016
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    High Camp Home

    Hello and thank you for your question! We do get a lot of interest in this space. The bathroom is approximately 6'w x 12'l.

Rita Sprenkle wrote:February 28, 2016
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    High Camp Home

    Hi Rita, thank you for your interest! I'm sorry, but this is the only photo angle we have. If you would like to see the full project, it's viewable on our design website, here.

    Have a great day!

gongolfing wrote:February 27, 2016
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    High Camp Home

    Hi there and thank you for your inquiry and interest! The baskets are actually vintage "found" items from several years ago - unfortunately they are so unique that we don't have any way of locating another pair. We sometimes will source client's vintage pieces within our design aesthetic or use vintage, unique or one-of-a-kind items, this is one of those instances. Sorry we couldn't have been more help!

arbartieau wrote:February 18, 2016
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    High Camp Home

    Hi there, thanks for your question! The vanity was custom built by our design/build team specifically for this project. The wood used for the vanity is Dead Standing Pine which is reclaimed-resawn. On the vanity we used Watco Medium Walnut stain and for the door inserts we used Watco Dark Walnut Stain. The vanity countertop is a travertine slab with a 3" cracked edge detail.

luvmychi93 wrote:January 10, 2016
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    High Camp Home

    Hi there, thank you for your question. The vanity countertop is a travertine slab with a 3" cracked edge detail. Hope this helps!

lsc707 wrote:January 8, 2016
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    High Camp Home

    Hi there, thank you very much for the compliment! If you would like a little bit of information about the vanity, we would be happy to provide it: The vanity was custom built by our design/build team specifically for this project. The wood used for the vanity is Dead Standing Pine which is reclaimed-resawn. On the vanity we used Watco Medium Walnut stain and for the door inserts we used Watco Dark Walnut Stain. The vanity countertop is a travertine slab with a 3" cracked edge detail.

    Thanks again for the compliment!

lovesnewideas wrote:December 30, 2015
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    High Camp Home

    Hi there, thank you for your question. At the back of each shelf is a small ledge support that the shelf sits on. You can slightly see the support under the top shelf. Each shelf is wedged between the two walls. I hope this helps, and good luck on your project!

roxyoz1 wrote:December 30, 2015
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    High Camp Home

    Hi there, thank you for your inquiry. The vanity countertop is a travertine slab with a 3" cracked edge detail. We sourced the material locally from the Tahoe area - you should be able to find the material from a local mason. Hope this helps, and best of luck on your project!

Susie wrote:December 6, 2015
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    High Camp Home

    Hi there, thanks for your question! The vanity was custom built by our design/build team specifically for this project. The wood used for the vanity is Dead Standing Pine which is reclaimed-resawn. On the vanity we used Watco Medium Walnut stain and for the door inserts we used Watco Dark Walnut Stain. The vanity countertop is a travertine slab with a 3" cracked edge detail.


    We wish you the best of luck on your project!


sandiandtom wrote:November 30, 2015
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    High Camp Home

    Hello, thank you for your inquiry. The tile in the shower is travertine. We used 8x16 travertine tiles and offset them. Our interior design team sourced this travertine locally to the Lake Tahoe, CA area. There is no certain brand on it - but we feel confident you should be able to source this material locally! Thanks again for your interest.

Adrian Davis wrote:November 29, 2015
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    High Camp Home

    Hi there, thank you for your question. Yes, this is an actual project that our design/build team completed for a client in the Tahoe, California area! If you would like more information on our design services, be sure to visit our website!

jhillkeys wrote:November 1, 2015
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    High Camp Home

    Hi there, thanks for your question. The vanity was custom built by our design/build team specifically for this project. The wood used for the vanity is Dead Standing Pine which is reclaimed-resawn. On the vanity we used Watco Medium Walnut stain and for the door inserts we used Watco Dark Walnut Stain. The vanity countertop is a travertine slab with a 3" cracked edge detail. Thanks again for your inquiry.

thegoldminer wrote:October 18, 2015
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    High Camp Home

    Hi there, thank you for your question. We at High Camp Home, along with our build team, designed this bathroom. For more on our design, please visit our website! Thanks.

morganshome7 wrote:September 13, 2015
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    High Camp Home

    Hi, thank you for your question! The wood used for the vanity is Dead Standing Pine which is reclaimed-resawn. On the vanity we used Watco Medium Walnut stain and for the door inserts we used Watco Dark Walnut Stain. Thanks again!

jenvainisi wrote:August 2, 2015
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    High Camp Home

    Hi, thank you for your question! We apologize for the delay. Yes, the vanity was custom built by our design/build team specifically for this project. The wood used for the vanity is Dead Standing Pine which is reclaimed-resawn. On the vanity we used Watco Medium Walnut stain and for the door inserts we used Watco Dark Walnut Stain. The vanity countertop is a travertine slab with a 3" cracked edge detail. The fixtures were supplied by the builder in this case. There are several options and price points available to you - Kohler, however, is usually a good starting point. Thanks again!

Stuart Kovensky wrote:June 21, 2015
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    High Camp Home

    Hello and thank you for your question . The paint is custom, golden-colored plaster with ground pecan shells to give it depth and texture. For more information on our custom design services or to view additional projects please visit us at highcamphomedesign.com. Thanks for your interest!

devi3333 wrote:April 9, 2015
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    High Camp Home

    Hi and thank you for your question. Unfortunately we have limited photos of this particular bathroom, you can view the project here. We also have additional photos of a similar bathroom in our Juniper Hills project in which we have more photos, if you'd like to look at those you can find them here. Thank you for your inquiry, good luck with your project!

keepitsimplestupid wrote:April 8, 2015
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    High Camp Home

    Hello, I don't see a question here - would you mind being more specific and we will be happy to address your question? Thanks so much!

keepitsimplestupid wrote:April 8, 2015
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    High Camp Home

    Hello, I don't see a question here - would you mind being more specific and we will be happy to address your question? Thanks so much!

Karen Tuczynski wrote:April 7, 2015
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    High Camp Home

    Hello and thank you for your question. The bathroom hardware was supplied by the builder in this case, but I know that several manufacturers ranging in price variances make a similar product. Kohler, for example is a great starting point. Thank you!

calico98 wrote:April 6, 2015
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    High Camp Home

    This vanity countertop is a travertine slab with a 3" cracked edge detail. Thanks for your question!

melissaendres wrote:March 21, 2015
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    High Camp Home

    Hello and thank you for your inquiry. This mirror is actually not for sale on our website as it was custom made by the builder for this project. We do have a similar product for sale, made of reclaimed boat wood if you would like to check it out here.


    Thanks again for your interest, and please let us know if you have any additional questions!

tanyarubi wrote:January 21, 2015
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    High Camp Home
    Hello and thank you for your question! The bathroom is approximately 6'w x 12'l. For more information on our custom design services or to view additional projects please visit us at highcamphomedesign.com. Thanks for your interest!
Maria Tandon wrote:January 7, 2015
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    High Camp Home
    Hi Maria, thank you for your interest! Please visit our design site at highcamphomedesign.com and view our "Projects" tab. This is our Ski Slope | Truckee, CA project and you can find additional photos and information on our custom design projects there!
upnorthmi wrote:January 5, 2015
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    High Camp Home
    Hello and thank you for your question - we apologize for the delay. The wood used for the vanity is Dead Standing Pine which is reclaimed-resawn. For more information on our custom design services or to view additional projects please visit us at highcamphomedesign.com. Thanks for your interest!
Sharareh Hashemi wrote:January 4, 2015
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    High Camp Home
    Hello and thank you for your question. The answer really depends on the style and space in question! The best DIY projects are those that reflect your personality and wishes.

    For more inspiration and information on our custom design services or to view additional projects please visit us at highcamphomedesign.com or our retail site at highcamphome.com. Good luck on your project!
simpsoncarol wrote:January 4, 2015
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    High Camp Home
    Hello and thank you for your question - we apologize for the delay. The bathroom is approximately 6'w x 12'l, there is one sink, and the door is opposite the shower. For more information on our custom design services or to view additional projects please visit us at highcamphomedesign.com. Thanks for your interest!
Sherri Wheatley wrote:January 4, 2015
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    High Camp Home
    Hello and thank you for your question - we'd be happy to talk to you about custom design services. If you would like information, please contact us through our website highcamphomedesign.com and we would be happy to speak with you. Thank you very much for the comment!
flynnjt wrote:January 4, 2015
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    High Camp Home
    Hi there! For more information regarding our custom design services visit us at highcamphomedesign.com! Thank you for your interest!
Patty Baker wrote:January 4, 2015
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    High Camp Home
    Hi Patty, the answer to that question entirely depends on the look you are trying to achieve through your exterior decor. We would be happy to talk to you further about our custom design services. Please visit us at highcamphomedesign.com to learn more. Thanks for your interest!
csaiter wrote:January 4, 2015
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    High Camp Home
    Hello and thank you for your question. We feel it is best that you address this question to a shutter manufacturer or supplier who could better advise you on your specific needs. We do not want to give out advice outside of our area of expertise. Best of luck to you!
April Woods wrote:January 3, 2015
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    High Camp Home
    Thank you for your comments - this photo is set-up is for staging purposes and you would of course not have to put your towels by the toilet if you did not wish. You're right, the shelves could be used for a variety of purposes, i.e. reed diffusers, decor, etc. Thank you for your input.
Jillian Manley wrote:December 31, 2014
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    High Camp Home
    Hello and thank you for your question - we apologize for the delay. The bathroom is approximately 6'w x 12'l. For more information on our custom design services or to view additional projects please visit us at highcamphomedesign.com. Thanks for your interest!
Greg Penta wrote:December 13, 2014
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    High Camp Home
    Hello and thank you for your question. We apologize for the delay. The vanity was custom designed and made for this project. For more information on our custom design services or to view additional projects please visit us at highcamphomedesign.com. Thanks for your interest!
photognancy wrote:November 17, 2014
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    High Camp Home
    Hello and thank you for your question - we apologize for the delay. On the vanity we used Watco Medium Walnut stain. For the door inserts - Watco Dark Walnut Stain. For more information on our custom design services or to view additional projects please visit us at highcamphomedesign.com. Thanks for your interest!
Liz E wrote:November 3, 2014
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    High Camp Home
    Hello and thank you for your question - we apologize for the delay. The shelving is approximately 18"W x 18"H x 18"D, and yes very good for storage purposes! For more information on our custom design services or to view additional projects please visit us at highcamphomedesign.com. Thanks for your interest!
jml13 wrote:August 22, 2014
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    High Camp Home
    Hi, this flooring is a custom blend of travertine, pebblestone, and barnwood planking. Thanks for your question!
Debbie Jackson wrote:July 10, 2014
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    High Camp Home
    Debbie, we are sorry for the delay. This bathroom was a custom design project by our High Camp Home designers and build team. For more information on custom projects please refer to our design site at: highcamphomedesign.com. Thank you for your question, we appreciate your inquiry.
edeboxtel wrote:June 5, 2014
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    High Camp Home
    Hello and thank you for your question. We feel it is best that you address this question to a stone manufacturer or supplier who could better advise you on your specific cleaning issue. Because we pride ourselves as professionals, we do not want to give out advice outside of our area of expertise. Best of luck to you!
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            What Houzz contributors are saying:

            jess_mcbride
            Jess McBride added this to Healthy Home: Wood and Stone Are Naturals in Home DesignJuly 13, 2016

            A Biophilic BathroomIt’s worth mentioning that stone and wood look stellar with an unpainted plaster wall. Also of note in this photo is the live edge of the countertop stone. But first prize for biophilic inspiration may belong to the meandering pebble tile path that leads from the shower to the vanity. If bathrooms occurred naturally in the wild, they might look like this: tactile and textured.

            What Houzzers are commenting on:

            rubiaj
            rubiaj added this to Bathroom remodel ideas11 hours ago

            Like the idea of converting dead space by shower into a nook for towel storage

            mgoliver97
            mgoliver97 added this to ADIRONDACK CAMP2 days ago

            Like the open shelving behind shower space

            kclav
            Keren added this to bathroom3 days ago

            Vanity with wood and unfinished stone

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