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owrp's 3 Finished Bathrooms

Posted by owrp (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 17, 07 at 13:20

Our three bathrooms are finally done! They are modest compared to some of the gorgeous baths I've seen here, but we are very happy with them. Best of all there are no more clogged drains and corroded pipes. This forum has been unbelievably helpful to me and I wanted to thank you all for your suggestions and guidance.

1st Floor Powder Room:

Faucet: Grohe Talia Widespread + volo handles
Sink: Kohler Caxton K-2209
Vanity: Medallion Cabinetry (with legs purchased on internet)
Toilet: Toto Ultramax, Cotton White, Elongated
Countertop: Caesarstone Carmel
Light: Murray Feiss-Bentley
Hardware Accessories: Glacier Bay-Dorset
Vent Fan: Panasonic Whisperlite FV-05VQ3
Shelf: The Great Indoors
Paint: Benjamin Moore, Thorton Sage-Eggshell

Hall Bath:

Tile: Baschi, Crema
Faucet: Grohe Talia + volo handles
Shower & Tub Trim & Valve: Danze Melrose
Showerhead: WaterPik
Tub: American Standard Cambridge
Toilet: American Standard, Cadet 3, round
Vanity: Medallion cabinetry
Countertop: Corian Sahara w/sink
Light: Designers Fountain, Astoria
Vent Fan/Heater: Panasonic Whisperwarm w/light FV-11VHL1
Medicine Cabinet: Keystone by Maax
Hardware Accessories: Pegasus 3600 series
Shower Curtain: Restoration Hardware
Knobs & Pulls: myknobs.com, Siro T-Pulls
Paint: Benjamin Moore, Stone House, Satin Bath

Master Bath:

Tile: Kereben Caledonia Blanco
Faucet: Grohe Eurodisc (lowcostplumbing.com)
Shower Trim: Grohe (faucetdepot.com)
Shower Valve: Grohe (lowcostplumbing.com)
Showerhead: WaterPik (Costco)
Shower Door: Keystone by Maax
Shower Base: Jacuzzi
Shower Bench: Better Bench (Braxton Bragg online)
Toilet: American Standard Cadet 3, round
Vanity: Medallion Cabinetry
Countertop: Corian Savannah
Light: Seagull (inc. install)
Vent Fan/Heater: Panasonic Whisperwarm FV-11VH1
Medicine Cabinet: Keystone by Maax
Hardware Accessories: Glacier Bay-Dorset
Knobs & Pulls: Pamar Italian pulls, Siro knobs (myknobs.com)
Paint: Benjamin Moore, Spring Flowers, eggshell

Here is a link: http://s141.photobucket.com/albums/r57/owrp/

Click on each bathroom separately to see pictures of that room.

Here is a link that might be useful: owrp's 3 bathrooms


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RE: owrp's 3 Finished Bathrooms

Sorry but try uploading your photos again. There's only one photo of what I assume is the hall bath, as I recognize the shower curtain! LOL!
They sound great-- I have two more baths to do, so I'm curious to see your outcomes.
I like the idea of tile on the ceiling. We've always had paint and in the smaller showers we seem to get a breakdown in the paint due to moisture. I would guess that tile would handle that issue just fine!


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RE: owrp's 3 Finished Bathrooms

Your bathrooms turned out beautiful. Did you go to a specialty store for the tile or can they be found at HD?


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RE: owrp's 3 Finished Bathrooms

The links for the rooms to click on are located in a grayish-blue box under the words "Sub Albums." Click on each of the rooms separately to see that room. 1st Floor Powder Room, Hall Bath, Master Bath.

mariainny, the master bath tile was from a local tile store. The hall bath tile was a great price at Worldwide Wholesale. I know that's a chain but I don't know how many locations they have.

Here is a link that might be useful: owrp's 3 bathrooms


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RE: owrp's 3 Finished Bathrooms

Thanks! Worldwide Wholesale is close enough. I'll check them out.


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RE: owrp's 3 Finished Bathrooms

It just showed the same picture over and over. I'd love to see the album as I'm about to embark on a remodeling project.


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