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Tub/shower combo - traditional tub/shower combo idea in San Francisco with white countertops —  Houzz
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hiensch wrote:Nov 4, 2012
jshilander wrote:Feb 20, 2013
  • jim1carolyn
    Can you please tell me the manufacturer of the glass shower door? Thanks!
  • Andrea Shink
    yay! Love this bath... what are the dimensions of the room plz??
diane509 wrote:Feb 7, 2013
  • honey0425
    Thank you Tamara! I am in the design stage of building a new home here in Fort Worth, Texas. I am also doing this in 2 of 3 guest baths. This is so much better than having a sliding door or a shower rod/curtain. I will also use the kind of glass that resists water spotting in case guests don't use the squeegee. I'm very pleased with how this has worked for my mom's house.
  • PRO
    Tamara Mack Design
    Very exciting. Good luck with it! Tamara
Irene Moniz wrote:Nov 13, 2013
  • jayandalison
    uh duhhhhhhh
  • Sherry Niet

    What shower tile and color was used?

Jackie Garcia-Morales wrote:Feb 10, 2015
  • BLee
    Perfectly beautiful window. I would be so busy enjoying that, I would probably forget to rinse away the soap!
  • BLee
    Wrong picture - I was hoping to send you a purple bathtub. This London one will have do
Priscilla Pointer-Hicks wrote:Jul 28, 2014
  • ccbatson

    It looks similar to the bath in our home. It's the Edenton by Mirabelle.

  • Olivia Rasmarshall

    yes it looks like an Edenton I love this tub


atirion wrote:Jul 2, 2013
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    Tamara Mack Design
    Hello, this is an 80+ year old window. No frosting, original wood.
  • bemum
    How is the window protected from showering?
lynelmoore wrote:Dec 19, 2013
candies1 wrote:Oct 14, 2013
  • Sharon Franklin
    CLR...great stuff, good for toilets and kitchen faucets too!
  • flowersong

    Read fine print on CLR. It will etch anything porcelain.


mommygoga wrote:May 9, 2013
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    Tamara Mack Design
    This is a tricky situation. This bathroom is a very light use guest bath and that is a 100% wood window, not vinyl. It works because of the low use (guest bath). If you have wood windows in a shower that is used frequently you might want to consider vinyl - wood takes a serious beating with the moisture. I am a big believer in natural light. There was talk of removing this window too, but honestly it's the most gorgeous part of the bathroom so we found a way to make it work. Talk over ALL of your options with your contractor and do a little more research so you feel very comfortable with the decision of taking out precious natural light. Best, Tamara
  • wbedrosian
    What about some sort of glass block or frosted glass with a vinyl window -- you keep the light but don't have a problem with wood. Does the window have to open (due to code)? If not, some sort of custom glass block might be great.
efasano10 wrote:Mar 19, 2013
  • efasano10
    thank you so much. First i need to know the dimensions and let my contractor know to make sure it will fit. Then I can get a price and hopefully order one. Thanks.
  • ginainsb
    Thank you for the link. Beautiful travertine floors :)
jentcarr wrote:Jan 2, 2014
  • nhunter271
    The Bootz Honolulu model you mention does not have the square opening like the lone shown in this picture.
  • PRO
    Kohler
    You might like the Greek Bath from Kohler available with our without whirlpool.
    48" x 32" www.us.kohler.com
saintwendy wrote:Jul 14, 2015
  • samson4950
    i would like to know also
  • PRO
    Kingston Brass

    The VTDE603122L or VTDE603122R offers a deep alcove bathtub very similar to the one pictured.

ginainsb wrote:May 30, 2013
hbqualls wrote:Dec 1, 2012
  • PRO
    Tamara Mack Design
    Not 100%. If you want full protection you should tile the entire shower (and ceiling too). We couldn't get our tile to work around the curve of the window so we ended tile work at the break. Good luck with your project!
  • hbqualls
    Tamara Mack Design, Thank you for your prompt response.
Jane Remsen wrote:Nov 12, 2012
  • PRO
    Tamara Mack Design
    It's a material that performs like Caesarstone called Polished Frost White. Good luck with your project!
  • kmchorst
    What is the wall color? Thanks!
jean nolan wrote:Jan 3, 2017
  • jean nolan

    do you know the window manufacturer?

Debbie Jackson Interiors wrote:Mar 11, 2014
  • Kait C
    Bathtub: I think that is a mirabelle edenton tub
kathleenjeancoyle wrote:Oct 16, 2013
  • PRO
    MACK
    This is a question for your contractor or glass installer. The answer will vary greatly depending on the type of glass you use, if it's operable or fixed, and mostly on the size of your individual space. Good luck.
mlamb wrote:Jun 26, 2013
  • Linda Montemayor

    What is the color of the paint on the walls?

tkeays601 wrote:Feb 8, 2013
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    Tamara Mack Design
    We are eager to answer your questions in a timely manner however we receive so many inquires from Houzz that we ask you contact us through our customer service department at the email below where we will respond in a timely manner to your inquiry. Most of our questions require a bit of research into our office files that the customer service team can look into. Thank you!

    http://tamaramackdesign.com/contact
Karla wrote:Dec 28, 2012
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    Tamara Mack Design
    We are eager to answer your questions in a timely manner however we receive so many inquires from Houzz that we ask you contact us through our customer service department at the email below where we will respond in a timely manner to your inquiry. Most of our questions require a bit of research into our office files that the customer service team can look into. Thank you!

    http://tamaramackdesign.com/contact
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                            What Houzz contributors are saying:

                            brennamedia
                            Brenna Malmberg added this to Great Home Project: Say Goodbye to the Shower CurtainSep 13, 2017

                            Best time to start. A glass door or screen installation happens at the end of a bathroom remodel. “We do it at the end because it will be easier to navigate the bathroom and less dangerous to finish up the other parts of the room,” Guttilla says. This is especially true for painting and guarantees that you won’t get paint on your new, clean glass.

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                            jennifer_cosgrove
                            Jennifer Cosgrove added this to Upstairs BathroomAug 13, 2019

                            Shower glass with tub, but revolving door

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