Steampunk BathroomVictorian Bathroom, San Francisco

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conglei wrote:Mar 22, 2013
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  • quantumnerd
    I love this bathroom so much!!! Gorgeous, eclectic and I love copper! Nice design!
glennner wrote:Aug 12, 2013
  • glennner
    No, sorry for confusion. I was wondering "how" you made the bend in the elbows-leading to the angles, in pipe going to tank! Thanks
louiez wrote:Nov 18, 2015
studio3designer wrote:Sep 19, 2014
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    Bend Goods
    This bathroom is beyond amazing! Great work!
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    DreamHaus Inc.
    what was the total cost of this bathroom?
33320 wrote:May 6, 2013
  • Keith Frasier
    Does that faucet work with the Kohler Brockway sink? They have the Cannock faucet.
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    Chicago Faucets
    Absolutely! The Chicago Faucets model 225-261ABCP will fit the Brockway Sink.
dsnywnder wrote:Feb 6, 2014
glennner wrote:Aug 12, 2013
  • alapasta
    Plumbers use a spring coil that they insert into the pipes that can make acute bends without a pipe crinkling ......they attach a piece of string to it......put it in the pipe ....bend it and pull the coiled spring out
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ksakherzon wrote:Jul 7, 2014
  • brookecbailey
    That looks like statuario marble, and it looks custom cut, no?
By Any Design Ltd. wrote:Aug 9, 2013
Carson Taylor wrote:Apr 17, 2013
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    Andre Rothblatt Architecture
    This toilet is customized Victorian high tank toilet, we customized the copper pipes. The toilet costs around $900, but the cost for the material and labor for the piping will vary.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Becky Harris added this to What to Do When Your Pipes FreezeJan 3, 2018

Turn on the faucets. Turn on each affected faucet. Opening up the flow relieves pressure on the pipes — water expands when it freezes, which can make the pipe burst. Once the pipes start to thaw, the running water can help speed up the melting.

Sophie Seeger added this to 7 Common Design Dilemmas Solved!Mar 7, 2016

Add even more plumbing. Make your exposed pipes a special feature in the room by adding even more of them. Ask your plumber to install some to match the originals — they don’t have to be functional. The pipes will add pizzazz to the space, especially if they’re polished to a high shine. In this tiny powder room, the lustrous copper pipes are not only a sculptural feature, but they’ve been set against a dark background to really stand out.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Regina Tatro added this to bathroomJul 19, 2019

love the piping on the toilet and love the sunk'n copper sink in marble

Vauhouse added this to Copper in the BathroomJun 24, 2019

Combination of copper raw materials in the pluming of the toilet, plus, a handcrafted copper oval sink

Christy W added this to Powder Room StatementsMay 19, 2019

Great steampunk powder room. Love the lighting and the dark tiles and wallpaper with all the copper.

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