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Results found for "hansgrohe"

  • Facelift for Masterbath, Although this was a small outdated, dark master bath and has recently undergone a renovation. There were many inspirations, mostly from designers and photo's across the web. We were going for a bright, clean, contemporary look; inspired by a spa-like feel and earthly accent tones., Bathrooms Design

    Facelift for Masterba...

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  • 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 - http://fixerwithaview.wordpress.com - 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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  • Cosmopolitan Hall Bath, We remodel our hall bath at the same time we remodled our Master Bed/Bath.  Added a total of 66sqft to the house giving us a roomy hall bath with 4x4 showere, jetted tub, toto toilet, granite countertops, travertine tile shower and floor. The square sink was my starting point, I then pick a square tub and the theme was set.  I framed some of my travel pictures in frames with squares embossed on them.  The mirror matches the picture frames.  The bath towels have square designs on them also.  Added the geometric candle holder.  The faucets are satin nickel Hansgrohe.  Also satin nickel cabinet hardware and towel bars.  It was a fun bathroom to design., Bathrooms Design

    Cosmopolitan Hall Ba...

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  • "Jazzy's" Bathroom, Bathroom Remodel, Somerdale, NJ, Bathrooms Design

    "Jazzy's" Bathroom

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  • RePost - took some advice!, I took a suggestion from Casscate and found some pretty decor to give our bath some pazazz.  Thanks for you help hope you like it.  I really like the new rust additions!  I accidently deleted your previous comments., Bathrooms Design

    RePost - took some ad...

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  • Condo Master Bath, Small master bathroom remodel in a condo.  Using blue Jasba Solitaire tiles for the shower wall and white Jasba tile inserts river stone shower floor.  Philip Stark toilet from Duravit and wenge wood vanity with white drop in sink.  The fixtures are Cifial except the Raindance shower head by Hansgrohe., Bathrooms Design

    Condo Master Bath

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  • My Amazing Master Bath / Dressing Room Reno, I designed and general contracted my upscale master bath / dressing room (12'x16') remodel in a 30 yr old contemporary home. I spent almost 2 years designing and planning it – I bought EVERYTHING online, including a metric ton of porcelain tile (FastFloors.com), and saved $$$$. I did all of the demolition myself. We also replaced the outside walls’ old insulation with new, higher rated insulation and insulated the interior walls and ceiling for sound proofing.

The only thing I didn't move was the toilet (Toto). The old bath had a double vanity and the standard 5' tub with a shower head. Now we have a 60"x42' jetted tub (SaniJet) and a separate 42"x42" shower. Accessibility for my tall husband who uses a wheelchair drove a lot of the design: wall hung double sinks (Sonia P05), pivoting mirrors (Motiv), a vanity (Ikea) on wheels, grab bars, and the shower has custom fold-down teak bench (teakworks4u.com) and an exposed shower pipe (Hansgrohe) that combines both a 10" rain shower head and a hand shower. We also replaced the room’s hard-to-open pocket door with a "barn door" style sliding door with a large, easy to grab handle. I also added a heated towel rack which is a wonderful treat in the morning after a shower.

The 3 old clothes closets had a lot of unusable space. We installed built-in wardrobes (Ikea) customized with drawers, pants and shoe racks, and a corner unit so all of the space is now usable giving us twice as much usable clothes and storage space. The old space also had a closet for the electric hot water tank. We replaced it with a gas tankless water heater (Noritz) that's "hidden" in one of the wardrobe cabinets. Having it so close to the sinks and shower gives us almost instant hot water plus the water tastes a lot better. 

The tiles (Pietra by Casa Dulce Casa) are 24"x24" with a contrasting strip of 4"x24". Even though I was buy it online (at 30% of list), I only considered the tile that was available locally so I could see the actual tile and colors before buying it. The shower, tub cabinet, sinks, and wall alcoves were designed to align with the tile. Since I knew that the tile layout and installation was critical to overall design of the room, I made sure that I hired an experienced artisan who understood the design and could install the tile to my specs. My tiler said it was different from anything he had ever done before but he did an incredible job!

I was also incredibly fortunate to find an excellent contractor through AngiesList. He helped me get expert subs - including my tiler. Watching them all work was like having HGTV live in bathroom. The project was a little more complicated than a standard master bath renovation as we also had gas lines run for the water heater and also up to our kitchen where we switched from an electric to new a dual-fuel range (GE Café). (We also had new plumbing run up to the kitchen and added a pot filler faucet over the range.) It took 3 months once the framers started. 

Attention to detail in both the design and construction meant no rework or added expenses. I hope you love it and much as we do. - Amy, Bathrooms Design

    My Amazing Master B...

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  • Showering in my new Rain Forest Bathroom, Turned a poor layout bathroom into a spa.  Full remodel w/ steam shower, rain shower head, jucuzzi tub, Green Forest marble thruout, vessel sinks, dual flush Toto toilet, Hansgroehe chrome fixtures, 18" square tiles on diagnol, new vanity and linen closet., Bathrooms Design

    Showering in my new ...

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  • Master Bath Makeover , Like most cookie cutter builder bathrooms with large, unused bathtubs, this bathroom was in need of a redo.  The goal was to make it feel like a hotel bath or spa and that goal was certainly achieved.  This was my first bath and it was completely DIM (myself) - both design and build - except I had a friend help with the shower pan.  We also used epoxy grout for the shower pan which is a two person job as well - and highly recommended., Bathrooms Design

    Master Bath Makeover...

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  • Ocean view kitchen in Malibu, Combination of teak cabinetry and white ceaserstone, Hansgrohe fixtures, Viking appliances, white oak floors located in Malibu, CA., Kitchens Design

    Ocean view kitchen in ...

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  • Master Bath, From a builder grade master bath.  All chrome fixtures, mainly Hansgrohe Axor Massaud.  Enormous 3-way showerhead and tub filler with shower wand.

Replaced the whirlpool tub with a Neptune Ruby 3666 airtub, to get rid of the gunk and slime that recirculates with a whirlpool (nasty things those are!).  The area behind the tub is covered with slate stackstone, which winds around to make the backsplash.  The slate is becoming more colorful by the day, as the sealer dries and/or evaporates.  

Ceiling cans have been updated with Cree LR6 LED retrofits, using only 10.5 watts each, and they should last over 20 years.  

We took the old mirror to a frame shop, where they cut it down into two pieces and put it into the frames we had selected.  This let us get exactly the size and look we wanted.

Not shown: dual-flush Toto Aquia III toilet., Bathrooms Design

    Master Bath

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  • Classic Master Bathroom, We built the house in 1998 and chose 'beautiful' porcelain tiles and lovely, 'upgraded' polished brass fixtures! (see before).  Needless to say these were not timeless and the bathroom has been gutted and redone with all natural travertine floors/shower and tub surround, rare and unique Bronzite granite countertop and tub bench with a leathered finish, groovy stix glass tile wall, Santec sink/tub fixtures and Hansgrohe shower pipe with multiple sprayers. I decided to do pendant lighting because the standard bathroom lighting options all looked so unoriginal. I still need to choose drawer pulls and window treatments so any suggestions are appreciated.  I keep walking in there and can't believe it's mine., Bathrooms Design

    Classic Master Bathr...

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  • From Freaky to Fab, Our new house is really outdated.  Everything was still as it was in 1977 when the house was built.  The Master Bath was freaky and hideous.  The vanity was huge, but only had one small sink in the center of it.  There was rust on the mirror and half of the lights over the mirror didn't even work!  The shower was super small and entirely closed in with a small door to enter.  It was like walking into a linen closet to take a shower.  On the side of the shower was a huge sliding glass door that went nowhere other than the side yard of the house.  We decided to gut the entire bathroom and redesign it.  We drew our inspiration from several designs we had seen on HGTV and came up with our own unique design for our small master bath.   We did most of the remodel ourselves.  It took us nearly 4 months to complete this project, but it was really rewarding to see our vision come to fruition.  Here are our before and after pictures., Bathrooms Design

    From Freaky to Fab

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  • Master Bath, This is my master bath. There's  travertine & green onyx mosaic on the walls and tumbled travertine as floor tile as well a slab of onyx for my countertop.  Hope you enjoy! I do every day I use it., Bathrooms Design

    Master Bath

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  • Master Bath  , New Traditional Master Bathroom with an Old World Twist. , Bathrooms Design

    Master Bath

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  • My Modern Minimal Bathroom, This was a bathroom designed just for my use. The work was completely done by me something I would not rush to do again. Hansgrohe Axor Stark X shower fixtures and faucet. Handcarved limestone sink and custom vanity. Vitruvit toilet with Geberit in wall tank. Toto urinal with Toto auto flush valve. Hidden mirror system slides in wall when not in use. Bone white limestone and olive green travertine from The Tureks line. It still needs the shower's glass partion. Enjoy , Bathrooms Design

    My Modern Minimal B...

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  • Master Bath Retreat, We created a Spa like feel in our master bath using Calcutta Gold and Thlassos White Marble throughout.  His and Hers Island Vanity His and Hers Closets His and Hers Water Closets giving us each our own spaces within this space., Bathrooms Design

    Master Bath Retreat

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  • The Zen Bathroom, Combining the tranquil feel of nature with functional form and style, Terry S. Siddall (siddalldesign@aol.com) of San Francisco, CA designed The Zen Bathroom for a home in Martinez, CA.  Previously this room was dull and lifeless, the only interior room in the house with no natural light.  The genuine pebble enclosure around the tub and shower area is accented with brushed nickel Hansgrohe plumbing giving 3 choices for finding that peaceful place - air infused "rain" from overhead, hand-held massage, or full bath.  The wall color is very light green invoking a sense of quiet and peacfulness.  The dramatic Asian styled vanity with large basin and waterfall faucet complete the furnishings.  Adding dramatic flair is a modern bamboo tapestry.  The talll mirror was cut from the existing mirror and modern lighting was added to offer natural light in the vanity area.  Additional recessed lighting was added over the shower controlled by a separate switch to brighten or dim the bath area depending on the mood.  To finish off the "airy" look a solartube was added to bring in natural light.

All this from a 1970s, builder's grade room that previously was not only uninspired but boring!  , Bathrooms Design

    The Zen Bathroom

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