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Granite - simple, Contemporary, Skylight, European, Inset, Double, Undermount, Flush/Semi-Flush Mount, Tile

Estimate - $17,100

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  • By Madson Design

    Contributor | Mar 2013

    This bathroom was inspired by seaside colors, textures, and materials: Kelp, pebbles, sand. Large porcelain tiles clad the shower/ tub interior. A vertical accent strip of pebbles, intersects the awning window. Square glass tiles in the shower/tub niches.

  • Apr 2013

    JakeMason

    I see the inspiration elements, but no continuity or flow.

  • Apr 2013

    queen201112

    25,000.00

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Room Cost

Materials: $11,500
Cabinets $4,000
Counters $700
Flooring $600
Paint $100
Electrical $200
Sinks $900
Shower $1,400
Bath $1,100
Toilet $400
Mirror $500
Other $1,600
Labor: $5,600
Demolition $1,500
Cabinets $400
Counters $100
Flooring $700
Paint $300
Electrical $300
Sinks $300
Shower $1,200
Bath $800

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(415) 334-2291

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