pickle factoryIndustrial Bathroom, Philadelphia

Jaime Alvarez jaimephoto.com

This is an example of an urban half tiled bathroom in Philadelphia with a wall-mounted sink, a freestanding bath, a walk-in shower, white walls, mosaic tile flooring, black and white tiles, black floors and an open shower. —  Houzz
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carolinehunnCaroline wrote:24 April 2016
  • kmizzlee
    6 years ago
    Hi Caroline, I believe this cabinet is from IKEA and comes in some alternative colours too.
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    Bright Common Architecture & Design
    6 years ago

    yes indeed it was purchased at IKEA.

jill_ardaJill Arda wrote:2 September 2016
vicki_varzinoVicki Varzino wrote:23 January 2022

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Lara Sargent added this to 10 Mistakes To Avoid When Designing a New Bathroom11 February 2016

    Don’t discount your lifestyle Ask yourself a series of questions if you want a smooth-running and efficient bathroom. How do you use the space? Who else uses it? How much time do they spend in there? Will their needs change over time? Asking these questions ahead of a renovation will help you to design an efficient, user-friendly bathroom like this one that will work well for you over the years.

    What Houzz users are commenting on:

    Hans Hammer added this to Bathroom14 May 2022

    Example of the stacked large subway tile

    Isabelle Charles added this to bathroom9 May 2022

    J’aime la configuration du bain et douche

    Alyssa Roy added this to master bath9 April 2022

    don't like horizontal tile like this

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