Trash or TreasureRustic Bathroom, Toronto

Photo by: Geoff Lackner

Example of a mountain style bathroom design in Toronto with wood countertops —  Houzz
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shortay wrote:Feb 9, 2011
  • omro
    Which shop at the airport?
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    Lucid Interior Design Inc.
    It's not from a shop. It was used by maintenance to create the signs for the airport. It was a salvaged item.
susan_poston wrote:Oct 27, 2011

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jess_mcbride
Jess McBride added this to Elements of Style: Road SignsJun 28, 2016

8. Personalized water closet. This framed silk-screen above the toilet offers inspiration for a DIY project for those familiar with the basics of screen-printing. This screen was created using an image that was burned into a silk mesh fabric to block out the ink, allowing for a smooth transfer of the image onto paper. Usually it is the final printed product that we hang or wear, so showcasing the tool itself brings its admirer even closer to the process of creation.

becky
Becky Harris added this to The Funniest Bathrooms on HouzzDec 20, 2013

Artwork is a great way to pull a little prank in the powder room. This foreboding sign teases users in two different languages.

amyrenea
Amy Renea added this to Typography Makes Itself at HomeMar 1, 2012

Of course, functional with a twist of humor is even more fun.

becky
Becky Harris added this to Signs of Fun Around the HouseOct 11, 2011

Here at Houzz, we are never too sophisticated to enjoy a little bathroom humor.

nataliemyers
Natalie Myers added this to 8 Ways to Style Up the Man CaveAug 20, 2011

Essential 7: A sense of humor. You have to admit there is something comical about the idea of a man cave in the first place. Let everyone in on the joke with some funny decorations.

bethdotolo
Beth Dotolo, ASID, RID, NCIDQ added this to Words to Live By: A Little Text for Your WallAug 18, 2011

On the other hand, I also love a sense of humor. This quirky little sign is such a fun way to give guests a smile when they visit your bathroom.

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carriemichael
Carrie Frampton added this to Art Ideas and LooksOct 28, 2017

Another way to use my cedar tongue and groove

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