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Wood, Hardwood, Contemporary, French, Master, Pendant

Estimate - $27,000

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  • By Griffin Enright Architects

    Contributor | Jun 2013

    Contrasting materials in the master bathroom with a sculptural relationship between the tun and the shower.

  • Jul 2013

    ajnissen

    nice looking bathroom. very modern

  • Dec 2013

    Esther Ghany

    Beautiful, great design

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Room Cost

Materials: $19,400
Counters $500
Flooring $1,300
Paint $300
Electrical $1,100
Sinks $1,100
Shower $4,800
Bath $3,700
Toilet $400
Mirror $600
Other $5,600
Labor: $7,600
Demolition $1,800
Flooring $600
Paint $600
Electrical $1,100
Sinks $300
Shower $1,900
Bath $1,300

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 Los Angeles,  CA
(310) 391-4484

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