Steampunk BathroomVictorian Bathroom, San Francisco

Inspiration for a victorian bathroom in San Francisco with subway tile. —  Houzz
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Susan Redman added this to 7 Common Design Dilemmas Solved2 Mar 2016

Solution 2: Add more View your exposed pipes as a way to add a special feature to a room by adding a few more. Ask your plumber to install some to match the original pipes – they don’t have to work. The pipes will no doubt add pizzazz to the space, especially if they are also polished to a high shine. In this tiny powder room, the lustrous copper pipes are not only a sculptural feature, but have also been set against a dark background so that they really stand out.Show off bathroom plumbing

Becky Harris added this to 11 Striking Black Bathrooms15 Nov 2015

3. Architect Andre Rothblatt and Ragnar Boresen at The Sink Factory maxed out the idea of pairing black with metallics, using ready-made copper pipes to create steampunk style in this San Francisco bathroom. A hammered copper sink basin picks up on the pipes, while black tile and a Victorian-style wallpaper complete the look. See more of this steampunk bathroom

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Sabrina Sprumont Architecte d'intérieur added this to Originalité17 Oct 2019

On ose le cuivre et la déco un peu farfelue !

Rebecca Lee added this to Stuart's House23 Sep 2019

Bathroom ideas...(too dark - but I love the clean lines with exposed hardware design and warm Edison lights

Laura added this to Powder Rooms28 Aug 2019

Dark room. Lots of exposed copper pipes as a design element.

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