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7 file(s) - Uploaded by: Holly Conrad Sm...
Created: May 29, 2012 | Flag
Total Ratings: 29
This contemporary bathroom design draws on concepts of the zen lifestyle, including elements of calm, cleanliness, purity, and openness. Large-format porcelain tile in a warm coppery hue is accented with Scabos splitface and red pebble mosaics. The combinations of visual and physical textures with tasteful lighting and accessories creates a cohesive feel. A wall-mounted toilet adds European flair. This client worked with StoneMar Natural Stone Company in Cherry Hill, NJ to achieve this perfect custom look.
Photo courtesy of Creative Remodeling and Design.
8 file(s) - Uploaded by: SummerNights
Created: Oct 1, 2008 | Flag
Total Ratings: 70
Small Asian inspired 8'x6' bathroom using standing pebble tile and giving it a nice zen feel. The sink which inspired the whole look is rough chiseled granite and all the fixtures are "bamboo" inspired brushed nickel. I did most of the work myself including some drywalling and most of the tile. Hey - and I'm a girl! So you go girls!
I used a slice pebble tile on the countertop and regular pebble tile for the backsplash. I placed an oil rubbed bronze drop in sink and single standing faucet on top. I refinished the cabinets and light fixture. I had the original plain glass mirror cut and made a frame to go around it.
8 file(s) - Uploaded by: dawnsfall
Created: Jul 1, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 16
This is our master bathroom. It is very small so our options were a bit limited. I found the floor tile first and worked everything else around it.
2 file(s) - Uploaded by: tanshouse
Created: Dec 7, 2008 | Flag
Total Ratings: 13
This was my first project. I wanted this to feel like a piece of art. Notice the pebble "tile". I bought 65 bags of dyed river rock at the $1 store which made it take longer but it saved me over $300.
16 file(s) - Uploaded by: butski
Created: Mar 18, 2010 | Flag
Total Ratings: 15
We kept the master bathroom footprint as it was but replaced everything to give it a more contemporary, spa-like look. We used a gray/green Italian porcelain tile on the floor and shower walls, pebble tile shower floor and mosaic slate backspace on the vanity and bathtub backsplash. Bathroom fixtures, porcelain and brushed nickel, are from Kohler. Medicine cabinets are from Robern. The pictures posted are prior to the room being painted with Benjamin Moore's Copley Gray.