ISSUE 22  |  The Well-Appointed Bath

Steal This Look: Shed Built Bath in Seattle

June 02, 2009 10:00 AM

BY Janet Hall

Bathroom simplicity via Shed Built in Seattle. The elements are unpretentious and easy to source: a long wood counter, canvas curtains as space dividers, a tension-wire curtain rod, and an Ikea mirror.

Photos courtesy of Shed Built.

Above: Artemide Tilos Wall Sconce in white; $109.50 at All Modern.

Above: The basic Godmorgon Mirror is $29.99 for the 27.5-by-37.75-inch size at Ikea.

Above: Hansgrohe Axor Montreux two-handled single-hole lavatory faucet; $360.84 at eFaucets.

Above: Ikea's versatile Merete Curtain in off white; $49.99 a pair.

Above: Dignitet Curtain Wire; $14.99 for a 196.75-inch length at Ikea.

Above: Toto Aquia II Close Coupled Elongated Dual-Flush Toilet with concealed trapway and dual-flush option; $274.20 at eFaucets.

Above: The Stainless-Steel Foccio Towel Railfrom Conran; 23.5 inches long, $83.

Above: Classic Folding Wood Frame Laundry Hamper with natural fabric bag; $24.99 at Stacks & Stacks.

Above:Ikea solid oiled birch Varde Countertop; $89.99 for the 69.5-by-25.5-inch length.

Above: Daltile 2-by-2-inch Keystone Mosaic Colobody Porcelain Field Tile (shown in Waterfall); $3.62 per square foot at South Cypress Flooring. Daltile is available at many tile showrooms, including Home Depot.