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Results found for "slate tile rustic bathroom"

  • basement bathroom, performance bathroom, Bathrooms Design

    basement bathroom

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  • White to "Wow!" Country Style, While most people want a master bath to be spa-like, we live on a farm and need ours to be mud/laundry/bath room all in one to keep from tracking dirt throughout the house. The room is now EXTREMELY functional for us, plus we think it looks stunning., Bathrooms Design

    White to "Wow!" Coun...

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  • Rustic Powder Bath, Visit our powder bath that has broken slate walls, hand imprinted plaster and copper vessel sink with wall controls. Complete with hard wood floors and chandellier. Custom motion sensor turns sink spotlight on upon entry, and the chandellier illuminates the custom plaster and dances light off of the textures. , Bathrooms Design

    Rustic Powder Bath

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  • Rustic bathroom, I created a full bathroom for my log home by expanding what was originally ' a half bath located in a small 3' x 7' space.  I made my own cooper bathtub and exposed shower system, my own hand made copper sink and faucets and vanity and tiled the floor with stones; http://www.bearfortlodge.com/bearfort_lodge/2008/10/remodeling-a-small-bathroom-in-a-log-home-part-xviii-custom-sink-faucet/, Bathrooms Design

    Rustic bathroom

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  • Budget Cabin Bathroom makeover for $250.00, Here are the befores and afters and  here is the budget breakdown: $125. for faucet $25 paint for walls countertop cabinetry $25. tin ceiling $15 grapevine wreath $30 for 30 $.99 slate vinyl tiles and $20. for outdoor lantern (thank you Lisa LaPorta of Designed To Sell for that idea!)      Thank you for checking this space out!, Bathrooms Design

    Budget Cabin Bathroo...

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  • Tulleymore, Bathrooms Design

    Tulleymore

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  • Pink Is Going, Pink Bathroom is Going, New Tub/Shower,New Plumbing/Drain,Pedistal Sink,Tile Wall, Tile Floor, Led Lighting, Bathrooms Design

    Pink Is Going

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  • Renovated Stone Kitchen with "before" pictures, We had a house fire, needed more space for a large family so we renovated and knocked out the dining room to make a small mud room and large kitchen. We could never have friends over because the dining room was small and useless and now we have a booth to fit our family of 7 and can have 5-6 guests at the table and room for stools around the island., Kitchens Design

    Renovated Stone Kitch...

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  • Master Bathroom remodel, I had an incredibly small bathroom originally, shaped like the letter L and I had the wall taken out and french doors added. The slate floor and walk in shower with marble tile tops were added and I put up the small slate shelving myself with the extra tiles. I also built the mirror myself with a slight slant forward to see better instead of the traditional flat against the wall version of the vanity. The sink and closet doors are from ikea, but the shelving and frame I built myself with scrap wood from an earlier project in the kitchen. Overall I'm really pleased with the outcome., Bathrooms Design

    Master Bathroom remo...

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  • Irridescent Copper Slate Shower Installation, Master Bath, Remodel due to pipe burst!  This is the shower area, custom designed with insets and mosaics, a shower seat, and cabinetry will be in soon for rest of space.  A wonderful, rich natural product.  , Bathrooms Design

    Irridescent Copper Sl...

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  • My New Hotel Spa Master Bathroom--Small But Exquisitely Done!, I renovated my 1976 old, ugly, and small (8 1/2' X 6') bathroom with pink walls, tub, and sink and transformed it into a comfortable and inviting hotel spa bathroom that is the envy of my entire condominium building--all for $10,000 (but it looks like I paid more!). , Bathrooms Design

    My New Hotel Spa Ma...

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  • Part Deux: Ultra Cool Master Bath for Ultra Cool Bachelor!, A small master bath was gutted and opened to a seldom-used 3-seasons porch to create a ultra cool master bath for my ultra cool bachelor client., Bathrooms Design

    Part Deux: Ultra Cool...

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  • Kids bathroom floor, This is the floor in the kids jack & jill bathroom. Used to be carpet. 'Nuff said. Do you like the 4 tile or 1 tile placement better?, Bathrooms Design

    Kids bathroom floor

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  • Long Awaited Second Bathroom, Hey allThis addition was a long time coming we added a master bedroom & bath on our first floor.  Everything in it from paint to tile to accessories we did ourselves pretty proud of it.  Look for our bedroom page also!, Bathrooms Design

    Long Awaited Second ...

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  • Spa inspired Master Bathroom, This is our weekend labor of love. We spent long nights and many Sundays building our spa like master bath. This was an empty attic space when we first started. Over 2 months we did everything from building walls to tile work. This was a true do it yourself from start to finish. We used Travertine tile and sinks along with copper accents and slate for the shower, but my favorite thing is laundry shoot. I am interested in seeing if others like it as much as we do. Thanks for looking!, Bathrooms Design

    Spa inspired Master B...

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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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  • Fun tile & sequoia bathroom re-do, To add space and light to our 12' x 5' bathroom we removed the fiberglass tub enclosure  and added a bay window measuring 4'x5'  along with a 3' x 5' shower pan.   The room looks out on a private green space so privacy was not an issue, however a flexible white trellis wraps around the window to shade the summer sun.     The window sits on a redwood deck which extends out another 18 inches and holds several oversized planters and solar lights.    I'm an artist by trade so I used the shower area as a canvas and went wild with tile!   

My husband and I work together...he gets to do all the dirty work...I get to do the fun stuff.    

We used our local salvage yards to find most of the tile, paint and also the large garden window.  The floor tile was purchased from a tile source going out of business, so really only the glass block and the sink and faucet was purchased as 'new'.  

Oh, the wood...its from a giant sequoia,27 hundred years old...it has beautiful colors and added the rustic yet rich look I wanted for the space. 
 There is a short story about the big tree at http://westcoastmetalart.com/sequoialumber.htm



, Bathrooms Design

    Fun tile & sequoia bat...

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  • Guest Bathroom Remodel, My guest bathroom wasn't in terrible shape when i bought the house, but i wanted it to match the rest of the house...so i put new slate tile on the floor and new paint and vanity., Bathrooms Design

    Guest Bathroom Remod...

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