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Guest Bathroom

Posted by Sam_I_Am (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 14, 04 at 14:56

This is our guest bathroom. I'll be posting pictures of our other two bathrooms soon! Please let me know if you have any questions. This forum has been a great source of inspiration for me! Thanks!


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Oops- here's the link!

Here is a link that might be useful: Guest Bath


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Wow, it's gorgeous! I had to look twice to see the shower door. At first I thought you hadn't installed anything yet. Our guest bath is almost identical in layout as yours,except we have tub/shower combo. I can't wait to remodel it. What are your dimensions of the room and the shower itself, and can you give details about the glass shower enclosure - I love it! I think I recognize the memoirs toilet,am I right?


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Beautiful! Please provide info about your vanity top. Is it marble?


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Lovely! I really like how you used a variety of tile sizes in the same color/style. It gives it some visual punch without being too busy. Gorgeous vanity top/sink. Great job!!


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Gorgeous! Love the shower


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SamIAm -

Can I be your "guest"? :)


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Wow Sam, you did an awesome job! I love your choice of materials! Details please!


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Thanks for the compliments! The vanity top is marble. It's called Breccia Oniciata. The bathroom is approx. 6 X 11. That's a frameless shower door which was quite expensive but worth it! I put vinyl plantation shutters so they could withstand the moisture. That's a Kohler Memoirs toilet and Kohler sink/fixtures. Thanks again! I've learned a lot from these forums. I'll be posting my other two bathrooms soon!


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Sam-It's gorgeous! Can you tell me about the window you used? Is that a brushed nickle faucet and a dark gold mirror? That mirror is similar to one I'd like to reuse in the main bath and I really want to use brushed nickle faucets, but wasn't sure how it would look. If it looks as good as yours, I'm sold!


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The window is just a standard opaque window that the builder installed. The shutters are vinyl- almost like a PVC. They have a nice look and can withstand moisture. The molding on the mirror resembles a distressed oil rubbed bronze look. The faucets are brushed nickel. I like to mix my finishes, otherwise, (to my eye) it looks *too* perfect. My light fixture and cabinet knobs are also oil rubbed bronze.


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Hey Sam -- very very nice. I hope our bathroom turns out as nice as yours has. I notice you have a hinged frameless shower door and a towel bar against the same wall as the hinges -- does the door touch the towel bar? My hinged shower might touch the towel bar in the same way and I've been wondering if it will cause problems... what do you think?


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Sam,

I love those tiles! What's the brand name & color?


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The floor tile are Saltillo 16 X 16 made by Garogres. The shower tile are Le Argille mosaic Terra Giallo and the brick are Battiscopa Terra Giallo. It's made by CEC. Hope this helps!


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Hi Sam I Am---I am in the planning stages of redoing a bathroom, same size as yours. I love what you did! All of it! Could you tell me what kind of shower base did you put in?
BayRidgeRI


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Sam I Am -- just terrific! Can you please give me details on the light fixture over the mirror?

Thanks.
-j


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J- I reviewed my bill and the manufacturer of that light is not listed. I tried to do a search, but couldn't find it. I can take a close up pic for you if that's helpful. Thanks for the compliment!


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