Friday, March 13, 2009

Master Bath Remodel: The Products

Sources of products in this master bath remodel (see pictures in other posts about this topic):

The Tile Shop
The Tile Shop in Schaumburg, IL: Jinshan Bone Travertine polished on floor outside shower, lower shower walls and shower ledge; Multi Mosaics Tumblers on shower floor; Multi Mosaics Smooth Rectangle as shower fixture feature; Sandlewood Tumbled on upper shower walls
(Note: the pictures of Jinshan Bone online today look very different from the color of our tiles purchased in September 2007, and the photos on The Tile Shop website at that time were also different, a deeper color.)

Rohl: Country Bath Collection Satin Nickel Column Spout Widespread sink faucets, 12" Shower Rose, 3-Function Classic Handshower, Single-Function Country Handshower/Hose/Bar/Outlet, Thermostatic Non-Volume Controlled Valve and Trim, Volume Control Wall Valve

Restoration Hardware
Restoration Hardware Campaign Line: Train Rack, Double Towel Bar, Robe Hook, Towel Ring, Tissue Holder, Extension Mirror all in Brushed Nickel and Bath Rug in Flax

Ambella Home
Ambella Home Verona Line (through Studio 41 in Chicago area): Verona Double Sink Chest with Countertop and Sinks, Verona Petite Mirrors, Verona Towel Cabinet

Rejuvenation: Veneta Colonial Revival Single and Double Sconces in Brushed Nickel ordered and installed with shades facing down instead of up as shown on product website, Cafe Window Rods in Brushed Nickel

Warmly Yours
Warmly Yours: Radiant Floor Heating System for Heated Tile and Stone Floors

Benjamin Moore
Benjamin Moore: Paint color 1017 Dusty Road

TJ Maxx HomeGoods Chicago area stores: towels, toilet brush holder and toothbrush holder

Home Depot
Home Depot: Really cheapy plastic switchplates that our contractor purchased -- the cheapest you can get at Home Depot. I have purchased Forged Brass Switchplates from Rejuvenation for our other bathrooms, very nice, and will someday replace the plastic ones in the master bath. Maybe when the Dow reaches 14,000 again, if I'm not in a nursing home by then. ;)

Keep watching for new posts ... day by day I will add more info about the remodel. During my online research learning about remodeling and bathrooms, I so much appreciated all the information that people shared online about their design decisions, contractor issues, lessons learned, before and after photos, sources of products, helpful tips, etc., that I hope to share the same and someday someone else will benefit as much as I did. People who went down this road before me put a lot of time into sharing, and I always intended to do the same. A fantastic source of info is the Bathrooms Forum at GardenWeb's That Home Site. Eventually I will post final update there too. That Home Site has a lot of great home repair, renovation and design forums -- check them out.

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