Sonoma Farm HouseModern Bathroom, San Francisco

photo by Bruce Damonte

Example of a minimalist gray floor bathroom design in San Francisco with white countertops —  Houzz
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bdette wrote:Jun 5, 2013
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    Min | Day Architects
    This photo is definitely not photoshopped! The shower is large, I don't have exact dimensions but the shower is approx 42" wide by 60" long. The glass is min 3/8" thick. The clips are from C.R. Laurence I believe. The glass is about 7'-0" tall. Certainly there are limitations on size of glass and door placement.
    If your shower glass contractor is uncomfortable with this kind of installation you should speak with another vendor for a 2nd opinion. Good luck!
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    Hi - Would you be able to please share the name of the tile used? Thanks.

callie2222 wrote:Jun 1, 2013
kendallwiningder wrote:Oct 23, 2013
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    Min | Day Architects
    Thank you, the paint is Benjamin Moore Seapearl I believe, but it might have been Atrium white, as well.
numiv wrote:Apr 18, 2013
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    Min | Day Architects
    Hello, the tile is from Waterworks, originally it was called Metrix I believe and now has another name.
bullen wrote:Mar 11, 2013

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Ventana Construction LLC added this to 9 Questions to Ask a Home Remodeler Before You MeetSep 7, 2014

9. Do you allow homeowners to supply some of the materials or do some of the work themselves? Some contractors prefer this, while others are adamant about buying all the materials they will install. Having homeowners perform work, particularly when the completion of that work affects the schedule, can be problematic, so many contractors will just say no. Knowing which way the contractor prefers to work will help you understand if the firm will be a good fit given what you have in mind. If you are financing the project with a construction loan, keep in mind that the lender may require that only the contractor perform the work.Taking the next stepsDepending on your project, this may be a meeting in person, a referral to an architect or a designer, or sending over sketches, plans or photos by email for a first look. If you do set up a meeting, make sure to talk beforehand about the expected agenda, the likely length of the meeting and whether some deliverable — an estimate, for instance — will follow the meeting. When you meet, you’ll want to go beyond these basics. Here are 10 more questions to ask potential contractors.Asking the right questions ahead of time will help set expectations and make sure everyone’s time is well spent. And, most important, it will get you closer to the goal of your remodeled home.MoreSo You Want to Build: 7 Steps to Creating a New HomeYour Guide to a Smooth-Running Construction ProjectFind a home pro near you

Jennifer Ott Design added this to Bathed in Color: How to Get White Right in the BathMay 3, 2013

This bathroom's pure white walls and interesting ceiling design have an elegant art gallery vibe. If you have unusual architectural elements that you want to take center stage, a palette of white and light neutrals can help play them up for maximum impact.Try this white: Designer White 33-1, Pratt & Lambert

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Kate Blunt added this to BathroomsSep 2, 2019

Boring. Must be really careful not to end up with this look.

elissalsandor added this to elissalsandor's ideasMay 20, 2019

tile grey on floor and white on walls

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