Water's EdgeBeach Style Bathroom, Boston

Architectrure by TMS Architects
Rob Karosis Photography

Coastal master gray tile and subway tile gray floor bathroom photo in Boston with beaded inset cabinets, white cabinets, gray walls, marble countertops and white countertops —  Houzz
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Sasha Titus wrote:December 17, 2018
  • Morri Debra

    Thank you

  • Undo Redo
    Tile: Suprema Gloss Bricks
    From: California Art Tile (aka Mexican Handcrafted Tile)
    Size: 2" x 8.5"
    Color: Touch of Gray
Amber wrote:January 27, 2019
  • caminodelsol

    This is gorgeous! May I ask what the tile backsplash brand/color is?


  • Nancy Fox

    what did you use for a countertop?

Amber wrote:January 27, 2019
Ellen wrote:January 10, 2019
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    Timothy M. Giguere, AIA - TMS Architects
    We have in our notes for a description, Cal art 2x8. I believe its a type of glass tile. We worked with our interior designer and local tile supply company on this project who coordinated and ordered it.
  • Undo Redo
    Backsplash Tile: Suprema Gloss Bricks | From: California Art Tile (aka Mexican Handcrafted Tile) | Size: 2" x 8.5" | Color: Touch of Gray
F V wrote:January 8, 2019
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    Timothy M. Giguere, AIA - TMS Architects

    Hi, thanks for the question and compliment. The vanity is approximately 7'-6" inside the niche.

  • lae135

    Where did you find the vanity? I would love to order one as well! Love this!

Carol Lemma wrote:June 3, 2019
jhdeadmond wrote:May 23, 2019
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    Timothy M. Giguere, AIA - TMS Architects

    see other answer on this image, but basically those are bi-fold doors and although they technically can touch the scones, they can be opened about 85° before touching, so they still have plenty of access. The image is also a little deceiving with is camera angle as those sconces only out about 5" at the apex of the rounded shade, and the doors are about 3" away from the tile.

odba wrote:April 5, 2019
seawelove wrote:March 28, 2019
gerridez wrote:January 17, 2019
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    Timothy M. Giguere, AIA - TMS Architects

    not by name, but pretty much by look. Sconces finish is called "brushed silver leaf", faucets are polished nickel, and made by California Faucets

jzayas wrote:January 17, 2019
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    Timothy M. Giguere, AIA - TMS Architects

    bump out width at each sink is approximately 26", center drawer is 12" w/ 1 1/2" styles on each side. The smaller drawers at each end make up the difference and are approximatly 9"

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Bryan Anthony added this to 5 Common Lighting Mistakes and How to Avoid ThemAugust 14, 2019

2. Bathroom Vanity Insanity It is not hard to get good light at a bathroom vanity — just think about backstage makeup mirrors that position lights at face level. When placing lights at a vanity, it’s best to avoid harsh light from above that will create deep shadows under your eyes and chin.This stylish master bathroom by TMS Architects includes a double vanity with a trio of shaded wall sconces that provide a soft glow at just the right height.Your Guide to Perfect Bathroom Vanity Lighting

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Bryan Anthony added this to 20 Delightful Double VanitiesMarch 22, 2019

5. The arched overhang above the double vanity in this Boston bathroom by TMS Architects makes an elegant statement. A trio of shaded wall sconces and a subway tile backsplash complete the look.Shop for wall sconces with fabric shades

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Mitchell Parker added this to New This Week: 5 Vanity Walls With Fresh Design IdeasDecember 27, 2018

1. Coastal Designer: Timothy Giguere of TMS ArchitectsLocation: Meredith, New HampshireHomeowners’ request. A relaxing, casually elegant and functional space with two vanities. Special features. Custom-designed and custom-milled double vanity. “The cabinetry bumps out at the sinks to help define his and her individual spaces and also visually break down the long face of cabinetry to make it more aesthetically interesting,” designer Timothy Giguere says.Meanwhile, a curved elliptical arch above the vanity does a few things. “Along with framing a soft focal point toward the vanity wall, it also limits what is perceived as the ceiling space in the room, making the large bathroom feel cozier,” Giguere says. “The arch also pads out the wall for double medicine cabinets on either side that contain glass shelving and outlets.” Other special features include a glass tile backsplash, an Imperial Danby marble countertop, oval pivoting mirrors, sconce lights, hidden outlets in the top drawers and a hidden trash receptacle in the middle pullout. Designer secret. “The vanity, archway and upper-wall paneling are extensions of the trimwork and have the same furniture-grade painted finish to tie everything together,” Giguere says. “However, we coordinated with several craftsmen to accomplish this look. The cabinetry was custom-milled off-site in a paint-grade hardwood, while the archway and medicine cabinets were framed on-site. The elliptical trim, keyway and paneling encasing the archway were fabricated by another craftsman who works with my CAD [computer-aided design] files to produce those shapes in a high-density urethane board not typically associated with the building industry, but able to be painted and finished to have the same final appearance as the woodwork.”“Uh-oh” moment. “One of the original reasons for incorporating the archway around the vanity was to create a transition point for tile wainscoting in the bathroom to terminate against the elliptical trim’s back band, and not continue around the vanity,” Giguere says. “In the end the wainscoting was eliminated from the bathroom, but the archway was such a beloved element for all of those involved in the design process, it stayed to help define the casually elegant bathroom you see today.”Cloud White vanity paint: Benjamin Moore; Cromarty wall paint: Farrow & Ball; Bristol sconces: Visual ComfortFind an architect on Houzz

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