Tudor House - |ensuiteTransitional Bathroom, Vancouver

Jo Ann Richards, Works Photography

Transitional white tile bathroom photo in Vancouver with an undermount sink, recessed-panel cabinets and black cabinets —  Houzz
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Client 2016 wrote:Aug 13, 2013
  • Daniela Sicuranza

    I have a 10ft wide wall in a new bathroom … looks like this configuration would work. What are the dimensions of the vanity? Standard 72"? Thank you!!!

  • r3yanksntx

    where did you get the tile? I like that black & white look

trixie100 wrote:Jan 18, 2013
  • Heidi Berman

    The question answering system on this site is ridiculously unprofessional!

  • Marilou

    what brand and color of the wall paint?

MM Martinez wrote:Jan 6, 2014
  • Eva Lutz
    Love it, very masculin. Personally I would not put a sconce onto the mirror though. Also mirror panels on the lateral upper cabinet sides would add light and widen the space.
  • anindita_ukil

    what color are the cabinets ?

Leda Shapiro wrote:Jan 22, 2013
  • zacharyrinehart
    delecatus also known as Blanco Antico
  • PRO
    Menage Interiors
    beautiful cabinetry - who is the supplier or is it custom?
bellemaison wrote:Feb 17, 2012
  • bellemaison
    Thank you for your quick response (& honesty about the fixture)!
  • gianfranca61
    how is is the light fixture mounted to the Mirror?
kim0504 wrote:Jun 10, 2013
Loretta Bergman wrote:Jan 3, 2013
  • majellabath
    what is the material, color of the vanity top? Is that granite or marble? Thanks!
  • Loretta Bergman
    Can anyone tell what color and type of stone in this pic?
acuccaro0605 wrote:Dec 15, 2012
  • Jeanne Ambrose
    What paint color for cabinet?
  • Shirley Paidl
    What paint did you use on the cabinets?
Ragland wrote:Jul 9, 2012
  • greystone56
    I'd like to know the maker and model of the faucets too. I love how transitional they are. Perfect for marrying the traditional and modern elements here!
  • jmfreitag
    Looks like hansgrohe allegro e.
sunnysade wrote:Jun 29, 2012
  • PRO
    House of L
    Standard cabinet height for vanities including the countertop is typically between 34"-36"high.
  • PRO
    The Sky is the Limit Design
    The height depends on the user - we often go up to 36", however keep in mind that not all your guests are tall, so staying at 34" for a guest bath would be sensible...
acnfcn wrote:May 8, 2012
  • corres3
    ive seen them at home depot and lowes
  • moppettmittens

    are the knobs 30mm??

cmpo wrote:Mar 29, 2012
  • Emily H
    I really like the tiny tiles. I feel like it gives a more vintage feel.
  • jimmordino
    Could you tell me where to find these tiles? (Are they 4" or 6"?)
ncollura wrote:Feb 24, 2012
  • PRO
    The Shabby Nest
    Dutch Boy's Stonewall Jackson is a similar gray.
  • PRO
    The Sky is the Limit Design
    Benjamin Moore Natural Linen
    However, due to the fact that colours change on the photography as well as on screen it would be better if you would compare the colour as it appears on your screen with some colour swatches...
Pamm Mulcahy_Ferrand wrote:Feb 17, 2012
  • PRO
    The Sky is the Limit Design
    The total length of this space is 10' - for each vanity 30", the towel cubby unit in the center 18", and the end towers about 21" each...
  • hulapraze

    Can you tell me how deep the counter is from front to back wall? Also, what are the dimensions of the sinks and who makes them?

dinaodeh wrote:Oct 14, 2012
  • countbla
    Given the space between the drawer fronts on the left aren't perfectly even, I'm fairly sure this is an actual photograph, not a 3D rendering...
buzz09er wrote:Mar 29, 2012
  • Emily H
    Hi there, Do you have a picture you can share of your space to get a better idea of something that might work for you?
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                                    What Houzz contributors are saying:

                                    Sam Ferris added this to A Step-by-Step Guide to Designing Your Bathroom VanityApr 12, 2016

                                    Granite and quartz are popular choices for bathroom countertops. Both are durable, high-quality materials with designer patterns. Granite needs to be sealed every one or two years because it’s a porous stone.Softer stones like marble scratch more easily than granite and quartz and have less tolerance for moisture. Wood and laminate don’t always mix well with moisture either, but they may be more budget friendly than stone.

                                    The Home Editor: City & Small Space Consulting added this to Bathrooms Awash in Black and White TileMar 29, 2012

                                    In this modern bath, a timeless hexagonal floor tile is paired with black cabinetry, which is a surprising and contemporary choice for the bath. A light, neutral wall color and white trim keep the room from looking too dark; natural light and a large window also help keep things light and airy.

                                    Shane D. Inman added this to Designer's Touch: The Master BathroomMar 11, 2012

                                    3. Going to the top. Extending your master bathroom's vanity cabinets all the way to the ceiling is an easy solution for more storage. You will be shocked at how much more will fit into the smallest master bathroom.

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                                    Chantal Angelica added this to BathroomsSep 8, 2019

                                    Master and third level bathroom black and taller

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