Sunday, July 21, 2013

Guest Bathroom


I'm going to pull a Joan and show the images from the new bathroom
first and then I'll come back and list all the details and sources.  

Feel free to look around and we'll talk soon.
































If you have any questions about anything, let me know and I'll answer
when I post all of the details.  

62 comments:

  1. Gosh darn, that bathroom is smokin'!

    Can I come live with you??? Or maybe, do you want to trade houses sometime (I live nearby... if you like the Patriots, you'll love where I live). ;-)

    Very nice job... it's elegant and beautiful. I'm a fan!

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  2. Really beautiful. Congrats on a job very well done!

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  3. I am in love with PERFECT! Love . . .

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  4. Fabulous! Are there "before" photos or did you already post those previously?
    Claudia

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    1. Claudia,
      There was no bathroom here at all; it's a newly created space but I'll look for a photo that shows the space. It's been a long time since I showed it.

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  5. Your dream came true. The towels in the basket, the most perfect faucets, the tile design, the marble, the floor.

    This one is just right. Got any room for Goldilocks in August? Rumor has it she'll be in your neck of the woods....

    xo Jane

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    1. I may have no kitchen but I'll have a bathroom.

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  6. That just might be perfect. I love the French on the faucet labels. Tres chaud!

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  7. So excited for you, it looks fantastic! I LOVE the flooring and the mix of materials in there. Great job and so fun to go through it with you step by step. Great job!
    xoNancy

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  8. It all looks fabulous, Steve. I especially love the vanity, sink and faucets. Perfection.
    XO, Victoria

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  9. i was going to say that those wonderful floor tiles (love the size) were my fave, but then I saw the greek key trim.

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  10. I am totally in love with this bathroom. Our gold and avocado needs an update.

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  11. The pictures look great, but I wish your readers could see it in person! As gorgeous as the pictures are, being in the space makes a person gasp!! :-)

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  12. Gorgeous bathroom, Steve. Beautifully detailed. Love it.

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  13. Sigh. Please come, now, need help in tiny workers cottage in lovely countryside village. Please .....
    Love the sink on the table. We have a round stone basin and an old pine washstand which we hope to use. One day. Minerva x

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  14. Holy Cow! It looks like it's been there forever...love the shut offs and chrome p-trap...and the French faucet...and your corners...and how you added the detail above the sink for your wall faucet...and the tub faucet...and the face...details, details, details....it's so sophisticated...love it!

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  15. love the aerial shots! actually love each and every aspect of this bathroom.......and i am very particular, and critical.
    a: can i come and stay?
    or
    b: can you come and do mine?

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  16. Steve, it is simply stunning! I LOVE that marble shelf!!!

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  17. oh Steve, it's just beautiful! I love the faucet and how you had it mounted with the molding designed around it. The marble on top of the base, and the sink is all just beautiful. The floor and your accessories, the painting from a reader, yes even your soap and its dish is perfect. Stunning. Can you come over and give me your opinion on my kitchen. If you leave now, you'll be here for a late lunch.
    annie

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  18. Beautiful... love everything!!!

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  19. Sublime. And to think it was pulled out of thin air.

    P.S. I used the same sink in my recent bath remodel and love it!

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  20. Love the sink/vanity/faucet! Will you also be showing full-room photos of this space? Would love to see how everything fits together in the room. Congrats on your new bath! "pull a Joan"... ha!!

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  21. Beautiful. The greek key trim in the bath is gorgeous. Everything has come together, from big picture to details!

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  22. Gorgeous! Is it strange that I find your toilet handsome? And don't even get me started on that faucet!

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  23. I'm a long time reader but I don't think I've ever commented before.
    But now I must!!!
    This is fantastic. It really fits the house. My only concern is the shower rod. Can you raise it to the ceiling?
    Trust me, it will make the room feel taller.

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    1. I'll have to give that a try. There's something about that shower curtain bothers me. I'd have to get the extra long shower curtain but I that's no big deal.

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    2. maybe you need a nice, tall linen shower curtain? I know where you can find that ;)
      am

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  24. Oh Steve, it looks spectacular. I love love love the vanity and sink and faucet ... and floor, and greek key tile to carry the chair rail detail thru to the shower ... and the seashell and coral bottles, of course ... it's all so lovely! Congratulations ... you my friend, have turned nothing into something superb!
    xo,
    A

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  25. Sorry, one more thing - paint color that you used for the cap on the wainscoting would be much appreciated! :)

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  26. It is stunning. Your eye for detail is inspiring. Everything refers to something else--but it all blends seamlessly. You have really developed your own style--urban cottage.

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  27. Very nice Steve.

    Donna.

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  28. Really fabulous, Steve! You did such an amazing job. When are you gonna launch your design business? :) Look forward to the sources - don't keep us waiting too long. Great work!
    x Loi

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  29. Absolutely amazing, Steve! Well done!

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  30. Just great. I commend your choices. Everything is perfect: the floor, the sink, the mirror. The basket for towels. Mercy. Who would have guessed you could end up with such an understated example of good taste. Ann

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  31. Gorgeous! I love everything about it. The details are just exquisite.

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  32. Whew!!! Love it! Also like the suggestion of moving the shower curtain to the ceiling....would like to see how that looks. Love it!!

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  33. It's perfect. Hope you don't mind if I steal some ideas :)

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  34. So absolutely gorgeous! I knew it would be. Did you change the floor tile again?

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  35. Steve I love every single detail! The flooring is amazing and porcelain for easy clean up, I love the look. I can't wait to know some of the details!

    XXX
    Debra~

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  36. Gorgeous job Steve! I am dying over the towel rod!!

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  37. Super, super classy. Bravo.

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  38. Steve...you did a wonderful job...I love the gray tile floor and the Greek key boarder...

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  39. Luh-huh-huv! I can't decide which I like better: The floors or the the way the Greek key detail meets the wood trim. Lovely details everywhere you look. You must be so pleased with the results. If I had a bathroom like that, I'd sigh every time I walked in.



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  40. Wait, I think my favorite might be the sconces.

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  41. The lamps. The sink stand. The marble shelf. The Greek key trim...
    All of it so cohesive, yet individually interesting.

    Well done!

    PS- I have that pottery with the lil curved lip/handles in pale green :)

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  42. Dear Steve, I love all your choices - very sophisticated. I especially love the echo of the clipped corners on the sink base, the marble top & the toilet - brilliant.
    I agree with Mary on the height of the shower curtain. Ceiling height creates an elegant gesture. Unless the fan is in the tub area, I usually leave a fraction of an inch to allow steam to escape.
    Speaking of steam, I've experienced condensation ruining a print hung in a bathroom - I now only display oils or plates & such in a bathroom. I'd love to learn how to steam-proof works on paper.
    Well, I hope these thoughts are helpful. I adore your taste & love seeing your projects!

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  43. Everything is perfectly lovely...but those faucets are absolute perfection...you really didn't miss a beat...I think we ended up using those same floors in our flipper or something very similar...I just love them!!

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  44. So beautiful Steve! I love the thought that went into every detail. Congratulations on another job well done. Looking forward to the next post...

    -Lane

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  45. Steve, your bathroom turned out great, as I knew it would. I like the way the beveled toilet base and tank top interplay with the basin top, and the mirror and lights are a veritable altar — beautiful!

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  46. Absolutely stunning, Steve. Love all the well-thought out details. This bathroom will definitely be on my inspiration list for bathrooms for sure! Wonderful job!

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  47. lovely. every guest should be so fortunate to have such stunning details.
    pve

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  48. Shut up with ur bad self. I'm kinda loving it so much....fill up the tub and just splash around being all giddy about what a good job you did! BAM....

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