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Feeling Blue: Baths from the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory

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Feeling Blue: Baths from the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory

June 8, 2013

Sailing into nautical week, we’re reminded of how much we love serene marine blue baths. Here are ten from members of the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory.

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Above: Azure glass tile in a bath by Walker Workshop in LA. See more from the firm in 10 Outdoor Pools from Members of the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory. Photos by Nicholas Alan Cope.

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Above: A pitch-perfect combination of teal, black, and off-white from SIMO Design in LA. For more from SIMO, see The Designers Are In: Expert Tips from Remodeling Pros.

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Above: The owners of this bath by SF-based Envelope A+D wanted the room to evoke the feeling of skateboarding in an empty swimming pool. For a look at the whole house, see Back to Black.

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Above: NYC-based Studio Garneau covered an entire bathroom in tiny dark blue tiles. For the whole project, see The Architect Is In: A Tiny Live/Work Loft Made Large.

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Above: Two bathrooms in a large Chelsea loft by Delson or Sherman Architects both make use of cool blue. For more from the Brooklyn-based firm, see Architect Visit: Delson or Sherman East Harlem Brownstone.

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Above: Uniform Design in NYC offers easy-to-implement bathroom designs, both readymade and custom. Here, a custom design for a Chelsea home. For more about the Uniform concept, see The Architect Is In: Affordable, Instant Bathrooms by Uniform Design.

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Above: Crystal Blue 2×9 field tile from Heath Ceramics in a master bath by Medium Plenty in Oakland. For more from the firm, see The Architect Is In: Medium Plenty in San Francisco. Photo by Melissa Kaseman

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Above: Another take on blue, black, and white from SIMO Design in LA. 

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Above: One of our favorite blue baths, in a Greenwich Village townhouse by architects Murphy Burnham & Buttrick. For more from the firm, see Office Visit: Murphy Burnham & Buttrick in New York.

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Above: A periwinkle bath with a tidy soap niche by J. Weiss Design in San Francisco. For more from the architect, see Steal This Look: J. Weiss Kitchen & Bar in SF

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