Tub alcoveModern Bathroom, San Francisco

Cedar lined alcove for the Wetstyle tub

Example of a mid-sized minimalist master brown tile gray floor freestanding bathtub design in San Francisco with brown walls —  Houzz
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acontre wrote:Feb 9, 2012
naoumoff wrote:May 11, 2012
  • Jessica Greco
    This is not the Rohl Wave Tub filler
  • xiaoxiqinqin
    Hi Naoumoff, have you found the right wall mounted filler? I am looking for similar tub filler as well.
Loi Nguyen wrote:Mar 25, 2013
  • drbobmv

    May I assure you: it's completely practical. The nearest house is across the valley, about a mile away. I know: I own this house and commissioned this bathroom.

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    Raymond Interiors

    Stunning design and wonderful use of product and nature!

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    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Bryan Anthony added this to Photo Flip: 72 Tubs That Elevate the BathroomJul 26, 2018

    1. The team at AT6 Architecture: Design Build lined a bathroom alcove in cedar as a rustic backdrop for the modern Wetstyle tub in this Marin County, California, home.

    By Any Design Ltd. added this to How to Choose Tile for a BathtubJul 8, 2012

    9. Consider something other than tile. Sometimes there is no right tile choice for your bathroom. At-Six Architecture is one of my all-time favorite design firms. I love the crew's projects, and this installation is no different.If you're not choosing a tile, ensure that your wall finishes are water resistant. The wall cladding in this picture looks as nice outside a home as it does inside.

    Ivon Street Studio added this to Green and Clean: Sleek Water-Wise Bathroom FixturesJun 15, 2012

    Bathtubs. There's nothing like a long, luxurious bath. That luxury takes a lot of water — roughly 50 to 70 gallons per bath. Being water wise doesn't have to mean giving up your long soak. When remodeling or building, look for smaller tubs with a capacity of less than 60 gallons. Also, when you're just looking for a quick clean, you'd be more water smart to jump in the shower, where you'll use about half the water.More:Design an Easy-Clean Bathroom2012 Faucets and Fixtures: See What's New for the Bath

    Shawn Gauthier added this to Fresh Ways With Wood PanelingFeb 8, 2012

    Let in the light. If there is anyway to maximize natural light, do it. Rid your windows of heavy drapery or blinds so the sunlight can spill in. Larger windows and skylights make a huge difference.

    Natalie Myers added this to How to Update Cozy Wood PanelingDec 21, 2011

    My second mental image when I think of wood paneling (after that '70s den look) is a spa-like experience. This photo perfectly captures the beauty and practicality of cladding bathroom walls in wood paneling, especially when paired with clean white ceramic fixtures. Next, let's look at bathrooms.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    Scott Neuner added this to Family Room7 days ago

    Wood tones in bathroom are nice. Crazy tub, too funky, but still... whoa

    Lori Savage added this to Ariana's Bathroom RemodelNov 1, 2019

    Free standing tub and pricing of tubs

    bridgetryan1115 added this to bathroomOct 10, 2019

    Square soaking tub and wood wall

    Emily Best added this to New House #2Oct 6, 2019

    Natural light! Window! Wooden materials!

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