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My Hard Rock bathroom is done

Posted by love_design (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 5, 06 at 15:27

A bit hard to tell by the photos, but this bathroom, for the kids, is somewhat modeled after our stay at a Hard Rock Hotel. There are framed albums and other memorabilia on the walls.

More importantly, we love the work our contractors did! They were incredibly talented and helpful. Hope you enjoy.

One more bath to go....

Here is a link that might be useful: Before and After kids bath

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RE: My Hard Rock bathroom is done

Beautiful! I am just finishing my master bath and am ready to move down the hall to the kid's bath as well. I got lots of inspiration looking at yours. Where did you get the curved shower curtain rod? We would love to do that as well. Your vanity is great, and the glass tile is the perfect accent. especially love the towel bars. Well done all around.

RE: My Hard Rock bathroom is done

Thanks! The curved shower rod is from Linen and Things. Easy to find, just be careful to match your metal. I really like the extra space is gives. Just make sure your kids know to put the liner in the tub, they've already soaked their bath mat beyond recognition.

RE: My Hard Rock bathroom is done

love design - your kids bath is gorgeous! I especially love the vanity! Was it specially made? I'm trying to convey to our cabinet maker that I'd like more of a console in the kids' bathrooms than cabinets - no doors! Any help you can give me, would be appreciated. Thanks!

RE: My Hard Rock bathroom is done

Sorry, just got this last email outnumbrd. I saw a similar vanity in a mag and just sketched it out for the GC, and he had his cabinet people make it. Simple as that.

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