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New Showroom Bath Pics

Posted by live_wire_oak (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 15, 13 at 12:39

I shared a few pics of our kitchen vignettes on the Kitchen Forum, but realized I never shared the bath areas with the Bath Forum. The vignettes are smaller than the kitchen ones, but we still wanted to showcase each area as an individual unit.

Before area. We had to move all of the old displays, rip up the flooring, and build the walls before we could make them pretty.
















Small traditional and contemporary vanities: XYLEM
Fixtures: Newport Brass, Daltile Crema Marfil porcelain tile in traditional area, and Catwalk glass sticks in contemporary area.

Larger Transitional Master Bath: Dynasty cabinets, Newport Brass faucets. Mannington Serengetti Slate for main tile, with flat cut pebbles for niche and shower floor. Real stacked slate panels for outside shower from BPI Distributors. Kerdi system and bench display courtesy BPI Distributors.

My amazing and talented tile/bathroom contractor was Dylan Parrish and his (almost) retired father and mother who worked even on Easter Sunday so we could make our grand opening deadline. He's the one that came up with that gorgeous pattern for the Serengeti Slate floor in the master bath showcase. And he patiently pulled individual rocks from the sheets of pebbles to get the corners of the niche just right. He's a measure three times cut once kind of guy and I can't say enough kind things about him.

This post was edited by live_wire_oak on Sat, Jun 15, 13 at 12:46


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RE: New Showroom Bath Pics

Congratulations! and gorgeous displays. I especially love the slate.


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RE: New Showroom Bath Pics

I like the slate too.


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RE: New Showroom Bath Pics

What fun to see so many different combos in one place. It shows what amazing things you can do with all sorts of tiles. It helps to make these humongous decisions about which tile goes where. Thank you.

-Babka


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RE: New Showroom Bath Pics

This is terrific. So many options in one place. What a nice installation too. I really like the running bond slate wall in the 6".


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