Tiled Powder Room: Robeson DesignTransitional Powder Room, San Diego

The powder room has a beautiful sculptural mirror that complements the mercury glass hanging pendant lights. The chevron tiled backsplash adds visual interest while creating a focal wall.

Powder room - mid-sized transitional gray tile dark wood floor powder room idea in San Diego with a vessel sink, furniture-like cabinets, dark wood cabinets, granite countertops and gray walls —  Houzz
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marlena27 wrote:May 9, 2014
  • peanut05
    the mirror can be found at horchow.com
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    Robeson Design

    Purchased from Neiman Marcus on-line. Could be an uttermost mirror but I'm not sure?

miriamb34 wrote:May 8, 2014
  • ckconfer
    The pendants are by Arteriors, the Arianna Pendant. I found it on Lumens website
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    Robeson Design

    If you want to know for sure you are getting the lights shown in this photo, email my lighting supplier... Black Whale Lighting in Encinitas Ca. They can help you. Be sure to attach a screenshot of the pendants.

cmonnet wrote:Jul 30, 2014
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    Robeson Design

    Hi guys... The vanity was a custom piece I had made for this project. Sorry about that . Heres a video

    with more detail for you in case you have someone who can build it for you ;-)

  • mcplimpton

    Thanks, so much Rebecca! I have rewatched it. Any chance possible your furniture craftsman would make another one? I'm concerned about maintaining quality...need 60-65 inches. Thanks again for your kind help!

Terry Solfest wrote:Mar 19, 2016
  • Tiffany Vu

    Where can i get the chevron tiled backsplash?

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    Robeson Design

    Hi Tiffany and Aykut, the tile is from BDG in San Diego, California. If you email them a screenshot of this photo they will be able to help you further. Xo, Robeson Design Team

Patty Tarlow wrote:Jun 14, 2014
  • Brittany Hopkins
    Here's a similar sink: http://bit.ly/1qurgVr Found it using a new app called LikeThat Decor: http://bit.ly/1qxcPyF Hope this helps!
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    Robeson Design

    I'm sorry, I no longer have that information available to me. I would google white bisque vessel sinks. Hopefully you will be able to find it. Here's a couple videos that can give you a closer look.

shaynaghareeb wrote:Jul 9, 2016
berryranch_rab wrote:Oct 8, 2015
Tina Blackford wrote:Aug 8, 2015
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    Robeson Design

    Hi Tina, The paint color is "Storm" by Benjamin Moore. The tile is from BDG design group. They are a luxury tile showroom in San Diego Ca. If you screenshot the photo and email it to them they will be able to help you :-)

    You might be interested in watching the videos showing the first floor of this home which is where this Powder room is located. The first one is a walkthrough where I explain all the construction and hardscape details we put into the home. The second video is a walkthrough of the same space but AFTER all the furniture, art and accessories are installed. Its a fun and informative watch if you have the time.

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  • lindsey_siglin
    I believe the tile is from MarbleSystems. It's the Avenza collection maybe?
Cindy wrote:Jan 28, 2015
dcapellan wrote:Dec 19, 2014
lynnettechaisson wrote:Aug 19, 2014
  • lindsey_siglin
    Marble. Think it is from MarbleSystems.
  • PRO
    Robeson Design

    White and gray Marble. Stone if from Artistic Tile.

trishahalliday wrote:May 11, 2014
  • J Jaeger

    looks like ben moore, revere pewter

  • PRO
    Robeson Design

    The paint color is Thunder by Benjamin Moore.

elaineo wrote:May 12, 2017
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    Robeson Design


    Gosh, I don't know the actual names of the tile. I selected it from my local tile showroom and just went with the colors shown in the sample. I have a couple videos that might help give you more details and hopefully some design inspiration. I will also attach our newest project ... you might like that one as well :-)

miladavidovic wrote:Jan 27, 2017
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    Robeson Design


    The drawer pulls are from Kravet.

    If you would like a better look, here are 2 videos of this project :-) ENJOY

Tara Hanobik-Sardello wrote:Oct 2, 2016
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    Robeson Design

    The hardware is from Kravet. 2 videos below of this project might be helpful as both show this Powder room in detail.

wvandeventer wrote:Dec 13, 2015
berryranch_rab wrote:Oct 6, 2015
joffrion21 wrote:Sep 6, 2015
mellle wrote:Sep 23, 2014
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    Robeson Design

    You Bet. The chevron on the back wall is marble tile from Artistic tile purchased from BDB in San Diego Ca. The vanity is a custom designed piece for this homeowner.

Peace Lily wrote:Sep 6, 2014
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    Robeson Design

    Oh my goodness. I honestly cant remember where I bought the accessory items. This project was completed 6 years ago. The following video might be helpful.

athena844 wrote:Jun 11, 2014
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    Robeson Design

    The chevron patten on the back wall in NOT wallpaper.Its solid stone.Gray and White Marble. Artistic Stone. Purchased from BDG in San Diego Ca.

jregan80 wrote:May 14, 2014
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    Robeson Design

    Thank you for being a loyal follower of or videos :-) Yes, Its stone tile. Marble in gray and white. Pre cut. Artistic tile. Here are a couple of out latest videos for more inspiration :-)

drakebo wrote:May 20, 2018

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    QueensCastle added this to Bathroom IdeasNov 4, 2019

    I like the vessel sink with the traditional cabinet.

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