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Interior Design: Liz Stiving-Nichols & Liane ThomasArchitecture: Hutker ArchitectsPhotography: Eric Roth

Interior Design: Liz Stiving-Nichols & Liane ThomasArchitecture: Hutker ArchitectsPhotography: Eric Roth

Horizontal symmetrical balance. This is a unique way of balancing this space. It is done horizontally instead of traditionally done in a verticle sense.

Horizontal symmetrical balance. This is a unique way of balancing this space. It is done horizontally instead of traditionally done in a verticle sense.

In a Los Angeles home decorated by Madeline Stuart and designed by architect Kevin A. Clark, a powder room features walls hand-painted to mimic decorative Islamic tilework. The 18th-century Italian marble sink is from Compas, and the stoneware vase and 1920s mirror are from Downtown.

Powder Rooms Sure to Impress Any Guest

" decorated by Madeline Stuart and designed by architect Kevin A. Clark, a powder room features walls hand-painted to mimic decorative Islamic tilework. The Italian marble sink is from Compas, and the stoneware vase and mirror are from Downtown.

Alape bucket sink in the London flat of designer Patrick Williams of Berdoulat | Remodelista

This is the Alape sink without the rubber trim. Alape bucket sink in the London flat of designer Patrick Williams of Berdoulat

blue green subway tiles with marble, round mirror, black faucet, wooden side table stool

Yay or nay: metrotegeltjes in de keuken of badkamer

Foxground Farmhouse, South Coast, New South Wales, Australia, by Roth Architecture. orange tile shower

Foxground Farmhouse - contemporary - Bathroom - Sydney - Roth Architecture Walk-in shower thats still open

Double-gabled house overlooking a Norwegian fjord by Schjelderup Trondahl Architects

Image 12 of 26 from gallery of House Off/Ramberg / Schjelderup Trondahl Architects AS. Photograph by Jonas Adolfsen

charcoal sinks, speckled vanity, pale mint wall tiles

21 Ways to Make Your Bathroom the Highlight of Your Home

Tadelakt (tadla:kt) is a waterproof plaster surface used in Moroccan architecture to make baths, sinks, water vessels, interior and exterior walls, ceilings, roofs, and even floors. It is made from lime plaster, which is rammed, polished, and treated with soap to make it waterproof and water-repellant.

Tadelakt (tadla:kt) is a waterproof plaster surface used in Moroccan architecture to make baths, sinks, water vessels, interior and exterior walls, ceilings, roofs, and even floors. It is made from lime plaster, which is rammed, polished, and treated with soap to make it waterproof and water-repellant.

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