Bathrooms

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Egg Bowl Powder Room

Photographer: Dean Evangelista

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Zebra

Photographer: Richard Nowitz

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Small

Photographer: Sasha Barsky

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Sink Glow

Photographer: Richard Nowitz

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Breccia Oniciata

Photographer: Sasha Barsky


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Carved Glass

Photographer: Yoko Barsky

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Mexican Bowl and Tiles

The home owner had purchased a Mexican ceramic vessel sink bowl and the decorative wall tiles, and asked me what I could do with them. She also had many oriental art pieces she wanted to incorporate into the design. This powder room was the result.

A local cabinet maker built the cherry cabinets and counter top to the specification. The marble tiles on the floor and back splash echo the fireplace mantel in the dining room across the foyer. The toilet is discreetly hidden from direct view from the entrance.

The bright, warm halogen lighting adds sparkle to this window-less powder room. This powder room was a pat of the total renovation of a large house, and many design elements are used throughout the entire house.

Photographer: Sasha Barsky

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Loghouse

Photographer: Sasha Barsky

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Red Dragon Powder Room

Photographer: Sasha Barsky

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Soft Master

Photographer: Yoko Barsky

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Under Water

Photographer: Richard Nowitz

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Skylight Shower

A 20-year-old Master Bath, no matter how good and innovative it was then, needed a redesign and update
to accommodate the current requirements of the users and fixtures.  Through previous experiences, the
owners knew clearly what they like and what they didn’t want in the new renovation.

  • The narrow passage was widened for better traffic flow and open feel
  • Kept and improved the existing skylight, now over the shower for natural light
  • Improved lighting and ventilation
  • A two-person shower with 2 shower heads controlled separately
  • A trough drain with hair-catching feature and large-format tiles on the shower floor
  • Two vanity sinks at two counter heights
  • Easy pull-out trash can at the make-up area
  • Mirrored door of the corner medicine cabinet, along with other mirrors, allows the client to see his/her
    back
  • A separate toilet room
  • Niche recessed for the towel bar

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIERS

Contractor:  J. Williams and Son, Laytonsville, MD
Plumbing Fixtures: Gessi, Grohe and Hansgrohe from Union Hardware, Bethesda, MD
Toto from Atlantic Plumbing, Rockville, MD
Noble drain from Best Tile, Rockville, MD
Cabinets:  Elmwood Kitchens from Jack Rosen Custom Kitchens, Rockville, MD
Tiles: Breccia Oniciata from Best tile, Rockville, MD
Counter tops: R. Bratti and Associates, Alexandria, VA
Lighting Fixtures: LBL, CSL, Jesco, Lightolier and Lutron from Colonial Electric Supply
Ventilation fans: Panasonic from Colonial Electric Supply
Shower Enclosures and Mirrors:  Hutchison Glass and Mirror, Rockville, MD

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Safari Bath


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Stone-trimmed mirrors for a Master Bath

Photographer: Richard Nowitz Photography

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Lighted Onyx Sink

Photographer: Dean Evangelista

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