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new craftsman bath

Posted by archie123 (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 19, 13 at 17:01

Here are some pictures of our new MB addition. We added the dormer and a small (7 x 10) bath.


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That is really nice and a great use of space. I'm sure y'all are loving it. I like the flooring you used. Can you tell me what it is?

Joan


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Yes, more details, please! It looks great, from what I can see of it. What do you love most? What was hardest to figure out?


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Thanks for the nice remarks -
The floor is Armstrong Linoleum
the counter top and backsplash are a local soapstone from Albemarle co VA. the vanity is from Restoration Hardware. the lights are also from RH, The tile is Color Blox from Crossville tile. the fixtures are a polished nickel - Rohl.
The hardest part was in integrating the new space into the existing house so that is looked like it had always been there. The shingles are no longer available and so we went with a metal roof (similar color) and we are happy with it.


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I love the wood cabinet and the other one with the shelves above it. Really good storage there.


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Oops, I wrote a post a couple of days ago, but don't see it; guess I previewed and didn't post the final. I love that cabinet with shelving. It really adds a lot of interest (and storage). And how fun to have french doors into your bath! Great job.


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thanks olychick the storage was done by a local cabinet maker ($500) the bottom half is a for laundry. the french doors work great - they are open all the time, dont take up any space, and give us a little more architectural interest (this is our master bath)


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