Zen BathContemporary Bathroom, Los Angeles

Simple Powder bath, wall hung toilet
Photography by David Young-Wolff

Example of a trendy pebble tile floor bathroom design in Los Angeles with a vessel sink and green walls —  Houzz
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Natalie Myers added this to Up and Away: Gravity-Defying FurnitureJun 22, 2011

People seem to be afraid of using the floating vanity for lack of storage space. This is definitely a concern in a master bathroom, but less so in a powder room or guest bathroom. Here, the designer used the underside of the counter for the towel rod for a resourceful, space-saving solution.

Erika Ward - Erika Ward Interiors added this to Interview: Timeless Kitchen and Bath DesignJun 14, 2011

EW: When a client uses the adjectives, Zen, organic, or spa when describing the feel of their dream bath, what thoughtscome to mind, and how do you translate these ideas into your designs? EI: It is very important to be specific with clients about what Zen, organic and spa means to them. For example, my client may think the beach is spa-like, however I associate a Japanese bathhouse with a spa. Each is very different. It comes down to our own experiences about what Zen means to each of us individually. Typically throw out those kind of questions and ask questions about the kinds of materials we use, i.e. pebble or teak floor, grasscloth wallpaper or horizontal ship-lap, etc. Above: Creating a Zen bath has everything to do with choosing the right fixtures and materials. An angular vessel sink atop teak wood, pebble tiled-floors, and a restful wall color create a spa-like atmosphere in the middle of the city.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

sylviane_borel_21 added this to Shortlist bagniMay 26, 2019

Alcantara/Pineta: forma vaschetta, appoggio vaschetta su piano in legno, barra sotto per appoggiare asciugamano

Lena Kim added this to Master BathroomMay 12, 2019

Non-floating shelves over toilet

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