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Results found for "floating vanity"

  • Master Bathroom with a View, We recently (finally) renovated / remodeled our master bathroom that had been sitting gutted since the day we bought our house - over 3 1/2 years ago.  We finally were able to borrow the lump sum needed to do this massive makeover.  The issue with the original bathroom - other than the fact that it was super dated (green wallpaper) and yucky, was that the main drain was cracked and water was leaking to the floor below - into the walls and down to the floor.  This is a second story bathroom and below it is the kitchen and dining room.  Sadly the previous tenant was using the bathroom even with the broken drain pipes which had caused mold in the walls which we had to get professionally cleaned!  Anyway, all that's in the past now and we have a fabulous modern (but comfortable) master bathroom that feels like an expensive hotel / spa and it even has a view of the bay and golden gate bridge!

feel free to follow our blog for the rest of our adventures in home makeover here - - we even have a blog section about how we almost got onto HGTV's curb appeal - shot the reveal and everything before our project was cancelled., Bathrooms Design

    Master Bathroom with...

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  • Powder Room That Pops!, From the "Floating Marble Vanity" to the Wall Mounted Duravit Toilet keeping everything off the floor was our Goal.  The handpainted Hibiscus on the wall chandelier over the vessel sink and the "invisable drain" in the full walk in shower make this a clean and functional Powder Room., Bathrooms Design

    Powder Room That Pop...

    3 photos, 2,346 Views, Flag

  • Small Modern Master Bath, This space did not exist when we bought our histroical Tudor.  This was taken from another bedroom space making room to tuck this small bath along with the sitting area and 2nd closet of the master bedroom, Bathrooms Design

    Small Modern Master ...

    7 photos, 962 Views, Flag

  • From ick to slick!, Taking a 1964 bathroom with horrible brass accents to 2009 with inspiration from Candice Olson, Bathrooms Design

    From ick to slick!

    6 photos, 63,898 Views, Flag

  • Contemporary bathroom, Contemporary bathroom faux painted in cool colors with touches of rustic style. , Bathrooms Design

    Contemporary bathroom

    4 photos, 1,291 Views, Flag

  • Small powder room makeover, 3x6 powder room renovated on a budget.  Repurposed backsplash and floating vanity skirt.  Total cost under $800., Bathrooms Design

    Small powder room ma...

    3 photos, 1,045 Views, Flag

  • Major remodel in small space, In addition to the dated and deteriorating finishes that were in our original bathroom the space was so cramped that I had to borrow space from an interior linen closet and hall closet outside the bath to improve upon the layout.  The new bathroom has a nice size floating vanity with undercabinet lighting, a repositioned toilet area, and a 30" linen cabinet that matches the vanity which fits snugly behind the door next to the toilet.  The air tub gives a spa-like feel to the small bathroom and the tri-fold shower panel stays out of the way and mostly out of sight when not needed.  The walls have 12x24 porcelain tiles (Fabrique by Daltile) with a strong horizontal grain, the shower is accented with 2x2 glass mosaic tiles (Glass Reflections by Daltile), and the floor has 13x13 porcelain tiles with a leathery feel (Veranda by Daltile)., Bathrooms Design

    Major remodel in smal...

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  • Very Small Contemporary Powder Room, We moved into our new home approximately a year ago and one of our first projects was to redo the powder room on the first floor. The home was new construction, so the room was very plain, with just a builder grade pedestal sink, toilet, oval mirror and generic overhead lighting. The only upgrade which was part of the original construction, was the travertine on the floor. We painted and then added the stacked stone on the "feature" wall, along with the new mirror, floating vanity, vessel sink, tall faucet and sconces. The only thing we didn't change other than the flooring was the toilet. Since the space is very small, the only other decor in the room is three contemporary metal pieces of art over the toilet.  The stacked stone definitely makes a statement, but be warned, if you want to ask your spouse to install this for you, you better have a great marriage. My husband did the grout with an "icing" bag as the spaces in most places were very small. Luckily the marriage survived., Bathrooms Design

    Very Small Contempor...

    6 photos, 2,859 Views, Flag

  • 1930's Bathroom Gets a a Modern Classic Rehab , A cramped jack and Jill bath that was last renovated in 1933 adds space through a new layout of the space., Bathrooms Design

    1930's Bathroom Gets ...

    24 photos, 2,712 Views, Flag

  • Guest Bath Redo, Finally finished our guest bathroom on the first floor!!!, Bathrooms Design

    Guest Bath Redo

    8 photos, 1,352 Views, Flag

  • Unwind + Relax, This is my first bathroom renovation. I really wanted to keep it simple + minimal, but with all the functional perks., Bathrooms Design

    Unwind + Relax

    7 photos, 250 Views, Flag

  • Crisp and clean spa retreat, From tiny, old, and dirty to spacious full bath. We decided to expand into the adjoining closet to make room for a deep soaking tub, double floating vanity, and reach-in closet to create an airy master bath. , Bathrooms Design

    Crisp and clean spa re...

    8 photos, 802 Views, Flag

  • Rowhouse Master Bathroom, We completely gutted this large bathroom and made it into two separate areas - shower / toilet and vanity.  We did the design ourselves, purchased all the materials off ebay or Craigs List, and hired a contractor for some of the labor.  , Bathrooms Design

    Rowhouse Master Bath...

    6 photos, 1,013 Views, Flag

  • Our Beach Condo Gut Project, This is a 420 sq ft condo.  It could sleep 6, but it would be really cramped!
It has a bedroom with a queen bed, two bunks in the hall, a full bath and a kitchenette/living area combo that has a 'to die for' beach view., Other Spaces Design

    Our Beach Condo Gut ...

    10 photos, 127 Views, Flag

  • Master Bath total tear out, Totally new everything after gutting the existing bath that was stuck in the late 80's. , Bathrooms Design

    Master Bath total tea...

    8 photos, 289 Views, Flag

  • Private Getaway - updated, advice taken, Odd thing to call a bathroom - but that is exactly what it is. This is the first of many must do projects. This bathroom dated back to 1981. Tiny shower oh and the shower was paneled in oak. You don't want to see what happens to oak after 25 years of showering. Hubby put in the oversized shower. Tiled almost everything. The freestanding basin stand was designed by us and made by hubby. , Bathrooms Design

    Private Getaway - upd...

    6 photos, 1,783 Views, Flag

  • New Master Bathroom, Converted two bedrooms and a bathroom--all off the same hallway--into a master bedroom suite. Features many green building applications including recycled glass countertops, water conserving fixtures (shower head, dual flush toilet), LED lighting, bamboo floors, skylight, blue jean insulation, Bathrooms Design

    New Master Bathroom

    5 photos, 553 Views, Flag

  • guest bath, Bathrooms Design

    guest bath

    1 photo, 433 Views, Flag

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