Urban Lodge Spa BathroomContemporary Bathroom, Seattle

Designed by Marie Lail Blackburn, CMKBD

Bathroom - large contemporary master beige tile, brown tile, gray tile, multicolored tile and slate tile bathroom idea in Seattle with granite countertops, raised-panel cabinets, dark wood cabinets, beige walls and an undermount sink —  Houzz
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violabalding wrote:Aug 21, 2014
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    MLB Design Group
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    Hi! I work for MirrorMate frames and just wanted to tell you a little about the product. Our frames are available in 65 styles and press directly onto the mirror that is on the wall. They're custom cut to your mirror's measurements so it fits perfectly. You can find us at www.mirrormate.com. Let us know if you have any questions!

ahyman920 wrote:Sep 13, 2013
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    MLB Design Group
    The shower itself is approx 3x5 feet, but there's an angled area behind that "window" where I placed a floating seat. This is a steam shower, so the seat is important since you'll want to sit in there for 15-20 minutes. I always look to design glass shower doors at 26" wide minimum space-permitting, which makes them a bit easier to move through for men especially.
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    VanGo Shower Glass
    For 10mm glass, even quality solid brass hinges are not engineered to hold a glass door that wide. 28" is max without adding a third hinge, and even then the max width is 32". More than that and the door will sag... leaving you with very unhappy clients in a few months. Always use a small side-lite if necessary to make up the space.
rmartin2157 wrote:Jan 25, 2013
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    MLB Design Group
    Thanks for asking about this countertop. The photo probably doesn't do it justice. In fact, it's plain old "Uba Tuba" -- but with an "anticado" finish that makes it very textural and gives it a matte look.
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    wow! Uba Tuba!
afinseth wrote:Mar 11, 2014
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    MLB Design Group
    This wall sconce is by Roxberg. It has a glass shade and an incandescent lamp. Thank you for asking.
lyndagorzalski wrote:Nov 12, 2013
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    MLB Design Group
    Thank you for your interest in this bathroom tile. The floor tile is by Stone + Pewter Accents, and the color is "earth slate." In fact, all of the mosaic sizes you see in this photo are also part of the same "tile family."
bootsdz1 wrote:Jun 3, 2013
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    MLB Design Group
    The photo is not offering an accurate glimpse of the paint color, so be sure to test the color in your home first. It's a Sherwin Williams color: Canvas Tan.
ejp6steve wrote:Dec 28, 2012
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    MLB Design Group
    The tub is by Maxx -- their "Twilight" oval shape......overall 60x42. The overall dimension across the back wall is just under 12 feet. The shower and tub areas are approximately equal....with the tiled "column" posiitoned approx center.

    Thanks for your inquiry.......please let me know if you have any other questions.
gnujko wrote:Aug 11, 2012
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    MLB Design Group
    Stone and Pewter Accents is the manufacturer name. Color = earth. They offer a collection of tile in the same "color way" that includes a variety of sizes ranging from full tiles to several mosaic patterns.
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