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Marble Master Bathroom in San Diego
Marble Master Bathroom in San Diego
Signature Designs Kitchen | Bath | InteriorsSignature Designs Kitchen | Bath | Interiors
This remodel went from a tiny corner bathroom, to a charming full master bathroom with a large walk in closet. The Master Bathroom was over sized so we took space from the bedroom and closets to create a double vanity space with herringbone glass tile backsplash. We were able to fit in a linen cabinet with the new master shower layout for plenty of built-in storage. The bathroom are tiled with hex marble tile on the floor and herringbone marble tiles in the shower. Paired with the brass plumbing fixtures and hardware this master bathroom is a show stopper and will be cherished for years to come. Space Plans & Design, Interior Finishes by Signature Designs Kitchen Bath. Photography Gail Owens
Transitional Moroccan Industrial Bath
Transitional Moroccan Industrial Bath
TKS Design GroupTKS Design Group
Free ebook, CREATING THE IDEAL KITCHEN Download now → http://bit.ly/idealkitchen The hall bath for this client started out a little dated with its 1970’s color scheme and general wear and tear, but check out the transformation! The floor is really the focal point here, it kind of works the same way wallpaper would, but -- it’s on the floor. I love this graphic tile, patterned after Moroccan encaustic, or cement tile, but this one is actually porcelain at a very affordable price point and much easier to install than cement tile. Once we had homeowner buy-in on the floor choice, the rest of the space came together pretty easily – we are calling it “transitional, Moroccan, industrial.” Key elements are the traditional vanity, Moroccan shaped mirrors and flooring, and plumbing fixtures, coupled with industrial choices -- glass block window, a counter top that looks like cement but that is actually very functional Corian, sliding glass shower door, and simple glass light fixtures. The final space is bright, functional and stylish. Quite a transformation, don’t you think? Designed by: Susan Klimala, CKD, CBD Photography by: Mike Kaskel For more information on kitchen and bath design ideas go to: www.kitchenstudio-ge.com
Massive White Tile Shower for Two
Massive White Tile Shower for Two
Kristen Elizabeth DesignKristen Elizabeth Design
curbless, infinity shower with handheld and nooks.
Clean & Classic
Clean & Classic
CG&S Design-BuildCG&S Design-Build
Design by Joanna Hartman Photography by Ryann Ford Styling by Adam Fortner This bath features 3cm Bianco Carrera Marble at the vanities, Restoration Hardware, Ann Sacks "Savoy" 3X6 and 2x4 tile in Dove on shower walls and backsplash, D190 Payette Liner for shower walls and niche, 3" Carrara Hex honed and polished floor and shower floor tile, Benjamin Moore "River Reflections" paint, and Restoration Hardware chrome Dillon sconces.
Bathroom
Bathroom
Anushka ContractorAnushka Contractor
Beside the bed is the way to the washroom. We wanted it bright to make it look larger than its size. The fittings are black but the walls are a powder blue, the cabinets are a genteel shade of lemon and the tiles are a play of our monochromatic colours. Despite the paucity of space, we created a loft, an essential element.
Contemporary girls bathroom
Contemporary girls bathroom
Melinamade - Residential Design + InteriorsMelinamade - Residential Design + Interiors
Girls bathroom remodel for two sisters from two small separate bathrooms originally to a new larger, "Jack and Jill" style bathroom for better flow. Cesarstone white counter tops, tub deck, and shower bench/curb. Wood look porcelain floor planking. White subway tile with glass bubble mosaic tile accents. Construction by JP Lindstrom, Inc. Bernard Andre Photography
La Maison Sereine
La Maison Sereine
The Design ChapelThe Design Chapel
Any house is much more than a shelter. It is a space which should lift us emotionally and spiritually. Our effort was to bring in real comfort to this house, both visual and physical. We did not put together this house for show, but to nourish the wellbeing of our clients. Each room, each space has a distinct identity of its own which developed through certain furniture pieces that the clients wanted to bring in or through some thematic choices of the clients. Our effort has been to weave all these distinct identities into a single story. This house was an exercise to achieve rhythm, harmony and a kind of subtle balance within the different spaces.

27,97,094 Bathroom Design Ideas

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