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Northwest Zen Bathroom
Northwest Zen Bathroom
G. Christianson Construction, Inc.G. Christianson Construction, Inc.
Dark stone, custom cherry cabinetry, misty forest wallpaper, and a luxurious soaker tub mix together to create this spectacular primary bathroom. These returning clients came to us with a vision to transform their builder-grade bathroom into a showpiece, inspired in part by the Japanese garden and forest surrounding their home. Our designer, Anna, incorporated several accessibility-friendly features into the bathroom design; a zero-clearance shower entrance, a tiled shower bench, stylish grab bars, and a wide ledge for transitioning into the soaking tub. Our master cabinet maker and finish carpenters collaborated to create the handmade tapered legs of the cherry cabinets, a custom mirror frame, and new wood trim.
Aquatica True Ofuro Freestanding Stone Japanese Soaking Bathtub
Aquatica True Ofuro Freestanding Stone Japanese Soaking Bathtub
Aquatica Plumbing GroupAquatica Plumbing Group
Exterior dimensions (in) 51.5 L x 36.25 W x 33.75 H Inspired by ancient Japanese traditions of soaking in Ofuro tubs, the True Ofuro Japanese style bathtub is a ‘sit and soak’, solid surface bathtub, featuring a deep design for a full-body immersion. Crafted in Italy, this immaculately sculpted tub is available with an optional inline water heater and digital control panel with temperature display, which will reduce water consumption and provide for a prolonged soaking experience at very comfortable temperatures. One of the True Ofuro's key features is it's carefully designed elevated rim for improved bathers neck and head support, and the convenient ergonomic seating, which allows the body to be comfortably emerged to maximum water capacity. The international industrial design team, commissioned by Aquatica to create this product, used advanced CAD tools, modeling and repeated testing with real size prototype units, in order to reach the optimal balance between ergonomic comfort and visual appeal for this one of a kind bathtub. Thanks to the AquateX™ material, this Japanese soaking tub retains heat for much longer and has a silky and smooth surface. Besides being one of our most space conscious bathtubs, the freestanding and petite construction of this Japanese style bathtub means that it can be installed pretty much anywhere in your bathroom.
Marco - Modern Beach Craftsman, Seal Beach CA
Marco - Modern Beach Craftsman, Seal Beach CA
Jeannette ArchitectsJeannette Architects
Modern Beach Craftsman Master Bathroom. Seal Beach, CA by Jeannette Architects - Photo: Jeff Jeannette Shower Dimensions: 66" x 42" Tile: Subway style Marble Wainscott: Painted Wood
Asian-Inspired Primary Bathroom Remodel in Birmingham, MI
Asian-Inspired Primary Bathroom Remodel in Birmingham, MI
MainStreet Design BuildMainStreet Design Build
A revised window layout allowed us to create a separate toilet room and a large wet room, incorporating a 5′ x 5′ shower area with a built-in undermount air tub. The shower has every feature the homeowners wanted, including a large rain head, separate shower head and handheld for specific temperatures and multiple users. In lieu of a free-standing tub, the undermount installation created a clean built-in feel and gave the opportunity for extra features like the air bubble option and two custom niches.
Tropical Blue Bathroom
Tropical Blue Bathroom
Woodland CabinetryWoodland Cabinetry
Interior: Kitchen Studio of Glen Ellyn Photography: Michael Alan Kaskel Vanity: Woodland Cabinetry
Lake Texoma New Build
Lake Texoma New Build
Studio SteidleyStudio Steidley
Michael Hunter Photography This little guest bathroom is a favorite amongst our social following with its vertically laid glass subway tile and blush pink walls. The navy and pinks complement each other well and the brass pulls stand out on the free-standing vanity. The gold leaf oval mirror is a show-stopper.
Bamboo soaking tub La Jolla- East Meets West
Bamboo soaking tub La Jolla- East Meets West
Design Studio WestDesign Studio West
The intent of this design is to integrate the clients love for Japanese aesthetic, create an open and airy space, and maintain natural elements that evoke a warm inviting environment. A traditional Japanese soaking tub made from Hinoki wood was selected as the focal point of the bathroom. It not only adds visual warmth to the space, but it infuses a cedar aroma into the air. A live-edge wood shelf and custom chiseled wood post are used to frame and define the bathing area. Tile depicting Japanese Shou Sugi Ban (charred wood planks) was chosen as the flooring for the wet areas. A neutral toned tile with fabric texture defines the dry areas in the room. The curb-less shower and floating back lit vanity accentuate the open feel of the space. The organic nature of the handwoven window shade, shoji screen closet doors and antique bathing stool counterbalance the hard surface materials throughout.
Fusion
Fusion
Brooke Steuart SwannBrooke Steuart Swann
PB Teen bedroom, featuring Coco Crystal large pendant chandelier, Wayfair leaning mirrors, Restoration Hardware and Wisteria Peony wall art. Bathroom features Cambridge plumbing and claw foot slipper cooking bathtub, Ferguson plumbing fixtures, 4-panel frosted glass bard door, and magnolia weave white carrerrea marble floor and wall tile.

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