Sue De Chiara's home transitional-bathroom
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Sue De Chiara's home Transitional Bathroom, New York

Photography by John Bessler
http://www.besslerphoto.com/john
URL
http://www.museinteriors.net/
Example of a transitional freestanding bathtub design in New York — Houzz

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hungrylab wrote:
Who makes the tub?
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bepsf
It's definitely a Kohler K-700 - The pieced base is a dead giveaway.
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heidiannc
I'd like very much to find or make that valance!
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jdmh wrote:
what would you do to a very small bath that has a 60's blue cast iron - I need a bath remodel. I want to use a very small budget. The blue "cast iron" tub from the 60's is a bone of contention. It is the ideal size, condition and gives me enjoyment. Honestly the colored tub drives me crazy in this new age of "white" fixtures!The room has yellow tile and a broken blue tile floor. I am agreeable to removing the wall and floor tile. Am I being "penny wise and pound foolish" to leave the blue tub? How would you advise?
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Jamie Brooks
Consider reglazing the tub - that may be an economic option
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cathyharvill wrote:
Fxture - Who makes that beautiful light fixture? Thank you!
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Becky H
I have one just like it from Pottery Barn, its called Hundi
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Pamela Comer wrote:
who makes the cupboard!
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ljosbrn
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jlmollwitz wrote:
The entire space is beautiful... What is on the floor? It's so unique
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Corinne Meraw wrote:
bean_girl2991@hotmail.com - Ware are the towels from hanging over the bathtub ..what kind of floor is in the bathroom
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jankunia wrote:
What material is used on the lower portion of the wall? Who makes it?
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rosie08 wrote:
Where was the window valance purchased?
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coopx123 wrote:
Who makes the free standing linen cabinet?
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bevcardo wrote:
Who makes the rug?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Vanessa Brunner added this to Houzz Tour: Playful and Elegant in New York
Muse and De Chiara worked closely together to create the ideal home for De Chiara and her family. "The colors, the art, and the accessories all convey a very lighthearted approach to decor and style in general," De Chiara says. "I don't take myself too seriously, and I don't want my house to either."The master bathroom is a soothing and elegant space. Muse added a little bit of drama by covering the walls with a contemporary wallpaper in a neutral colorway. Isn't the bathtub almost begging to be filled with a bubble bath? It's the perfect place to unwind after a rough week. Wallpaper: Mimosa, Cole & SonGarden Stool: Lillian AugustEmbroidered Towels: Leontine LinensCabinet: Cartwright Cabinet, Restoration Hardware
Samantha Schoech added this to Choose the Right Doorknob for the Job
A cut-glass knob is so lovely. It can be simple and unobtrusively pretty, as it is here.
Becky Harris added this to The Cure for Houzz Envy: Bathroom Touches Anyone Can Do
Give your novel and wineglass a perch. The problem with many of today’s popular freestanding bathtubs is that they don’t have a ledge for that drink, your glasses, a book, a towel or whatever else you want right at hand while you soak. Chinese garden stools add a spa-like feeling.
Becky Harris added this to A Handy Side Table for the Tub
First, think about what you want to reach for when you’re using your tub. Is it the one time you indulge in the gossip of Us Weekly? Do you need a spot for a washcloth, towel and body scrubs? Or maybe you’re looking for a place to park the shampoo when you’re washing your child’s hair. And later, a perch for that glass of cabernet when you finally get your own turn in the tub.Next, consider your bathroom space. Is there floor area available, or could a table be a tripping hazard? If it’s the latter, is there room to tuck away something light or on wheels under a pedestal sink, under the countertop or even in the shower stall?I cannot remember the last time I saw a Chinese garden stool in a garden; designers have carried them inside to every room in the house. The glossy finish, sweet details and height make them an apt choice for a tub-side table.Garden stool: Lillian August

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Elizabeth Richard added this to Gooch Residence
Another example of furniture that could be used in the master bathroom.
jlmcnamara added this to jlmcnamara's Ideas
Linen cabinet, towels hanging over tub
Royal Touch Remodeling & Constructing LLC added this to Elissa Ramos
Check this out the stand up linen
nmmorrison added this to Fixer Upper Ideas
Piece of furniture in master like this by the tub and toilet room

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