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White Modern Morocco Transitional Powder Room, Minneapolis

Moroccan Fish Scales in all white were the perfect choice to brighten and liven this small partial bath! Using a unique tile shape while keeping a monochromatic white theme is a great way to add pizazz to a bathroom that you and all your guests will love.

Large Moroccan Fish Scales – 301 Marshmallow
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Example of a small transitional white tile and ceramic tile marble floor and gray floor powder room design in Minneapolis with a two-piece toilet, gray walls, a wall-mount sink and white cabinets — Houzz

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Elise Benitez wrote:
Mirror. - Where can I find this mirror?
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ksquillin

can you tell me about the tile on the floor?

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Jameela Ahmed

Hi. Do you know where the vanity light is from?

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Catherine Birdwell wrote:
Where can I find the toilet and sink in this photo?
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Mercury Mosaics and Tile

Hello Catherine, let us find our for you. Great question. We're contacting the homeowner so we can share this with you!!

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Catherine-

Our client is VERY speedy, here's what he had to say about resources:

"The sink:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0030CIT0I

The trap:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0019W3SKC

We got the faucet and toilet at Home Depot. I'm not not sure which faucet, but I think this is the toilet:

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Glacier-Bay-2-piece-1-1-GPF-1-6-GPF-Dual-Flush-Round-Toilet-in-White-N2428R-DF/202862164

A word of warning: the toilet was very cheap for a dual flush, but maybe too cheap. I noticed only after I installed it that it actually leans to one side."

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lbarnes777 wrote:
Dimensions - Dimensions of room please
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Mercury Mosaics and Tile

Roughly 4' x 6' Powder Room

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Wendy Wright wrote:
TIle - How do you sell the tile? Are they individual?
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Mercury Mosaics and Tile

Hi Wendy- We sell the tile on mesh. These are standard, Large Moroccan Fish Scales. The color is 301 Marshmallow. If you want to get an idea of cost, email us here - sales@mercurymosaics.com

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courtkw123 wrote:
Wallpaper and paint color - Can you tell me where the wallpaper is from? Also what is the paint color of walls? Love this!
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Hi there! That actually isn't wallpaper, it is handmade tile that we make in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The tile is called Moroccan Fish Scales :)

We're not sure on the exact wall color, but we'll see if we can find out for you.

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mari_aponte wrote:
Where can I get the wood paneling for the wall? - Wood paneling?
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Hi! Thanks for asking! We actually the creators of the handmade tile for the backsplash and we don’t have the information for the wood paneling. If you have any questions about the tile let us know! Thanks! :)


www.mercurymosaics.com

info@mercurymosaics.com

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debdecorate wrote:
Can u tell me who makes the sink and its size?
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Hi Deb! We are actually the ones that created the handmade tile for the backsplash and unfortunately we don't have the information for the sink. Let us know if you have any questions about the tile and we'd love to help you out!

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vjohn wrote:
where did you get the sconce in this photo?
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Construction Phase TimelineIf you go into a project assuming that you can get it done in four weeks and then find out that all the local wallpaper hangers or skilled tilers are booked up through the next six weeks, that will really throw a wrench into your plans. Likewise, if you fall in love with a certain type of tile, light fixture or upholstery and then realize that it will take 12 to 16 weeks to arrive from overseas, that’s a major issue. But not if you plan for it.When shopping for products, you’ll often find that only one or two finishes will be in stock in your local area. Ordering items and materials from elsewhere in the country will likely take four to six weeks, as the company will need time to pull your order together and then ship it with proper care. If you’re ordering a custom or made-to-order product from overseas, expect a timeline of 12 to 16 weeks or more for manufacture time, shipping and clearing multiple customs.By giving the construction phase ample time, you will avoid a lot of stress, and you won’t be restricted by having to choose in-stock items and whatever tradespeople happen to be available. This will allow for more comparison shopping and more choices of products. Here’s how the construction timeline might break down:

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