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Example of a minimalist bathroom design in Miami

White Mosaic BathroomModern Bathroom, Miami

Example of a minimalist bathroom design in Miami —  Houzz
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Budi CW wrote:Dec 2, 2012
  • mollyjohnson
    Which Bisazza Blend?
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    Product Bureau LLC
    I believe it is the Ghiaccio blend. But they change their blends periodically so it might be discontinued.
Shelley Tully wrote:Nov 20, 2012
srkrueg wrote:Apr 6, 2013
  • Stuart Kinghorn
    who sells the vanity unit ,i need a single just like the picture and a double.but in a lighter color.
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    Product Bureau LLC
    The vanity is also from Duravit.
jclaytonshaw wrote:Feb 21, 2012
avaisman wrote:Feb 11, 2012
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    Quality Bath
    This vanity is part of the Duravit Fogo Collection. It is available in a few sizes from Quality Bath. You can see the deatils on this vanity here- http://www.qualitybath.com/product~name~Duravit+9554~ID~88129.htm
  • marleng
    I love this sink, but cant find a photo of the interior anywhere. Only a sketch. Any chance you can advise what the inside of that drawer looks like? Thanks o much!
jvwh01 wrote:Apr 15, 2012
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    Product Bureau LLC
    The hinges are from CR Laurence. The glass door was made by a local glass installer.
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newrenovator wrote:May 13, 2015
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    Product Bureau LLC

    Unfortunately I cannot - it was not the one initially specified so I would not have that in my files. NuTone is a reliable brand.

Green Zebre Vintage Home wrote:Dec 29, 2013
lauretta112 wrote:Oct 26, 2013
Kristen Lee wrote:Mar 5, 2011
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    Product Bureau LLC
    This is a Bisazza Blend that might have been discontinued. But you can reference 'Ghiaccio Plus Mix 1-2'. You can also look at tiles from a company called Trend - they are owned by a member of the Bisazza family and are a lower cost alternative. Most tile stores carry Trend tiles. Bisazza tiles are only found at Bisazza Showrooms.
Bishop TuTu wrote:May 15, 2015

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR added this to Get More From Your Small BathroomFeb 15, 2012

    A wall-mounted vanity will give you some undersink storage while visually opening up your bathroom space, since you can see the floor all the way back. If storage isn’t such a huge issue, but the feeling of being crowded is what’s bothering you in your small bathroom, this solution is still better than a pedestal sink because of the storage space. And it isn’t any harder than hanging wall cabinets in the kitchen.

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