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Woodvalley House - BathroomContemporary Bathroom, Baltimore

Ziger/Snead Architects with Jenkins Baer Associates Photography by Alain Jaramillo

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altchek wrote:Sep 13, 2011
    darciemorris wrote:Nov 6, 2011
    • motherbear
      The Duravit Happy D looks similar.
    joonmoon wrote:Nov 8, 2011
    • Annie Thornton
      If you click "More info" a product tag has been added to this particular chair. It is actually by Phillipe Starck for Emeco.
    White T Design wrote:Nov 8, 2011
      albi43 wrote:Jan 7, 2012
      • Becky Harris
        A lot of showers these days just have a permanently affixed panel of glass like this, no doors swinging open or sliding, no track that would block a wheelchair. If you don't have enough room for this, you could also look into wet rooms, which don't require any shower partition.
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        TRAX Ceiling Shower Rods
        A ceiling mounted tracking system will also work that is used in many handicap accessible showers. It is a lot less expensive than a glass enclosure. You can find this type of product at: http://www.ceilingshowerrod.com/new/pages.php?page=handicapped-shower-rods
      murrayml wrote:Apr 19, 2012
      what is the color/type of tile on the floor by the tub/sink ?

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        FloorWerks
        Looks like a 12 x 12 high polished Carreras marble.
      • beebee175
        looks like a high chair for a higher then normal vanity counter. That's what I need. Can I get the company of the chair and where to buy?
      minni wrote:Jun 18, 2012
      unusual light on ceiling! like it! can you share manufacture, thank you.

      • minni
        oh my, thanks so much for the reply so quickly!
      • Isabel Stone

        As this is perfect thank you! I never really thought about ageing and how that might need to change bathroom layouts before - but it’s funny what can change with age. This is fantastic though - it gives me a good basis for the new bathroom design, so thank you ever so much to the writer of this piece. Though I would like to ask a quick question about walk in baths/showers etc - if anyone would be able to help me out at all? Essentially as my husband has gotten older, his legs have been causing him more and more problems. And one of the things he's becoming most worried about is the bathroom and his own independence. He doesn't want to have to rely on others too much, and still wants to be able to bathe himself and such, so we were thinking a walk in bath could be an ideal solution in this case. Does anyone know of any good companies we can get one from? I believe my husband's friend mentioned a company called Gainsborough (I think this is the company - I'm 90% sure it is anyway: http://www.gainsboroughbaths.com/ ) Does anyone know if they are good? Or does anyone have any recommendations at all for other vendors? Or indeed any other alternatives? We're completely open at this point! Any tips would be much appreciated as we're very much at sea here!


      willyn wrote:Dec 27, 2012
        Sunday wrote:Apr 28, 2013
          kellgon wrote:Oct 17, 2013
          Can you share the vanity light manufacturer?

            Ricki Levine wrote:Oct 22, 2013
            • Sam Dewick
              The wall on the left seems to be mosaic tile
            cmsjackson wrote:Sep 23, 2014
            Cld you pls tell me who made the tub and its model name?

              mattd2002 wrote:Feb 26, 2015
                leawestlake wrote:Mar 8, 2015
                Beautilful! Does anyone know the width of the glass panel?

                  eva_mclaughlin wrote:Mar 9, 2017
                  Hi, what is the window size?

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