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question for firsthouse_mp

Posted by razmatazzy (My Page) on
Sun, Dec 9, 12 at 15:00

firsthouse, I remember seeing a partial pick of one of your remodeled bathrooms. It had a tall oval tub. I am looking into a bath remodel where the side of the vanity will butt up against the tub. It could not tell from your photo, is there a tub deck next to your tub, or is it totally freestanding? Does the tub make contact with the side of the vanity?
Also, is that a bamboo vanity? Is that a soaker tub or jetted? Love the modern vibe of that bathroom
TIA


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RE: question for firsthouse_mp

The tub is a Victoria and Albert tub that is freestanding. Water drops from the ceiling to fill the tub. There is no surround at all. The counter doesn't touch it at all and the vanity is indeed made from bamboo with a Ceaserstone Raven counter. I wish I had a more straight on photo so you could see the space between the vanity and the tub--it's about 10".


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RE: question for firsthouse_mp

This is my exact configuration of my master, which I want to remodel as well, and I want to do a freestanding tub too.
I posted a question for you on your first house, but the max number of messages didn't allow for you to respond.
If you have a moment to reply that would be great. I also emailed you to find out if you offer a consult service (paid, of course at whatever your rate is) since you said you were an interior designer. I would love your help on both my kitchen/great room remodel as well as my master.

I wanted to find out where you purchased your Lugano floors from, We have been going to Perfect flooring in RW city and they seem to have good prices. I think floors have gone up in the last year quite a bit, or so they tell me. They quoted 7.89 for Lugano, that was the best I've found.
Lugano boards have varied so much that I moved on to looking at Vernal collection Antique White, which I like, but I'm missing the texture and warmth of the Lugano. My original idea was to get a grayish/brown floor, nothing trendy, just with a slight bit of gray overtone. I just love how your floor photographs.
Thanks so much!!


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