Zen BathroomTropical Bathroom, Hawaii

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Inspiration for a tropical mosaic tile freestanding bathtub remodel in Hawaii —  Houzz
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thankz wrote:July 22, 2012
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    Willman Interiors / Gina Willman, ASID
    Actually this bathroom is in Hawaii.
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    NanaWall
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glusker wrote:May 11, 2013
  • Chris Jordan
    Actually, it is not a foxtail palm. It is a Manila Palm, or Christmas Palm.
  • papillonhadley
    It is definitely not a Foxtail (wodyetia bifurcata), easily differentiated from other similar palms by the bushy fronds. It certainly appears to be a Christmas/Manila palm (adonidia).
newhometwo wrote:January 12, 2013
mariazp wrote:July 2, 2011
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    Lompier Interior Group
    Find out here http://www.decormarmi.com/
    They made ​​us to order these products from marble. Supplier Listelli.
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    YORDA
    It's bazal tub made by www.viet-marble.com in Viet Nam.
    If you are interested in my product please contact to: dieutran@viet-marble.com
tammyfrazier wrote:February 6, 2011
  • tammyfrazier
    Thank you! I went to the website and I believe it is the door system!
  • Rhonda Hooson

    Please tell me where I can get these wall tiles (around the door and shower). They go beautifully while adding some contrast with the travertine, and I would love to do this in our new home around our jacuzzi tub. Do you think this would work framing an ivory travertine wall mural with stone turtles in the center (made with the darkest stone)?

zebee wrote:October 30, 2014
  • zebee
    Would like to know the dimensions of the garden area
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herein wrote:March 26, 2014
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    Willman Interiors / Gina Willman, ASID
    The plants are real . The doors can close - in this shot they are bi-folded over to each side of the large opening into the garden. This situation not ideal for a bug phobic person - but often these type of resort homes have a schedule of pesticide treatments ! So bugs are at a minimum.
  • Diane Gilmer
    Where can we buy a tub like this - or other outdoor tub (not hot tun) ?
gsulli wrote:July 27, 2011
jjn66 wrote:April 27, 2019
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    Willman Interiors / Gina Willman, ASID
    Hi! Good question. This filler was the Tomi line made by Island Bath here on the Big Island of Hawaii. I believe they stopped producing it sadly. Sonoma Forge have a similar one.
msdufenhorst wrote:February 10, 2013
bear_leopard wrote:February 12, 2011
jadedavis wrote:October 6, 2013
    Dorca Fernandez wrote:August 13, 2012

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      simon5077
      Simon Farrell-Green added this to Bathrooms Without Borders Bring the Outside InApril 25, 2016

      Another way of taking design to the extreme is by opening your bathroom to its own internal courtyard via a wall of bifold doors. Even in cooler weather with the doors closed, the impact of the courtyard is huge. In summer the doors can stay open, cooling the area and letting the steam out. Imagine starting the day in this.

      frankorgan
      Frank Organ added this to 10 Designs Bring Theatrical Drama to the GardenMarch 11, 2015

      5. Plants steal the limelight. Plants alone can be used to set the stage. For those of us residing in more temperate climes, exotic plants on their own create a theatrical feel. Here the owners can watch a stunning performance from their own bathtub, with the Manila palms (Adonidia merrillii) acting as leads among the chorus line of peace lilies (Spathiphyllum sp).

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      tlgarzon
      tlgarzon added this to tlgarzon's Ideas5 days ago

      Must have for the Renton master bath

      jsc777
      jsc777 added this to Bathroom Likes.Bonaire.LaRue6 days ago

      be still my beating heart! vegetation is sparse on the island--we could never have this much greenery! Very, very little rain.

      joelh28
      joelh28 added this to joelh28's Ideas7 days ago

      Move bthrm to where the bed is - open that and create garden outside

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      John Chrysostom Nsambu added this to wishlist kunguDecember 27, 2019

      Modern bathroom with garden view

      litepost
      litepost added this to Ideas for 31st Ave RenovationDecember 13, 2019

      I would do dark brown cabinets with this design

      emily_mazurkiewicz
      Emily Mazurkiewicz added this to BathroomsDecember 13, 2019

      relaxing ambience/minimalistic/incorporation of plants

      lisafs91
      lisafs91 added this to FLorida Master BathDecember 9, 2019

      Window in bathroom by tub with trees

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