560,726 Bathroom Drains Home Design Photos

HOUSEworks Design/Build General Contractor
3 Reviews
HOUSEworks Design + Build General Contractor
Ideabooks2,002
Questions4
What is the linear ft price for this type of drain?
What is the linear ft. price for this type drain.
Is that a home made linear drain?
The drain looks to be home made and is not one I have seen from any of the North American suppliers. What is the discolouration on the left side? Can it
We have installed several line drains and they all work curb less, always check your comtracror
I fell in love with the look of a linear drain and used it in my master bathroom renovation. I wanted a "curbless" shower and that is why I chose it. Unfortunately, the contractor could not make the
the entrance to the shower curbless. So, it is still a step-in shower. Would I chose a linear drain again? Probably not. Although it is "different" looking", it is not worth the expense....sorry to say!
“shower drain” — monica711
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Shower Picture
Ideabooks5,149
Questions4
when installing a linear drain from Proline, Schluter
this looks inside the drain when the strainer or grill
How did you set the drain against the wall?
When you say to pack out the wall after the drain is set, do you mean to pack the wall out after you put in the liner. How do you pack out te wall on top of the liner? Can you show me a diagram? Torry Manzo
what do you call this type of drain ?
Where can you get exact drain?
and the drain itself is something like 2 3/4 wide (using the ACO Quartz Plus as an example). Half the drain width is therefore 1 3/8, which means you want to place the center of the clamping drain 2 5/8 inches off the studs (1 1/8 wall build up, 1/8 grout joint and 1 3/8 of the linear drain). A standard
“Drain quick drain usa” — Braxton Cutchin
Luisa Interior Design
3 Reviews
Norman Park Project
Ideabooks3,987
Questions8
Is a floor slope needed for the shower drain?
I am thinking to add a frameless design with a line drain. Thanks!
If that is a shower, where is the drain??
What is the size of this bathroom?
It seems to be a long drain against the wall.
Same bathroom floor tile in the shower area. Slope to carry water towards the long drain.
back painted wall- so stunning in this simple bathroom
“toilet” — realsmack
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
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John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Lum
Ideabooks6,838
Questions7
Exactly, we use it in client's bathroom and it started to peel of in a short period of time. Even the protective polyurethane coat has neen applied.
The one floor acting as a shower floor with drain and no threshold!
Love this plaster.. Future bathroom design definitely
could David's mud room bathroom drain from floor like this?
drain, walls, style (may not fit with suite)
unused area in your house for wetroom potential. Because a wetroom can take up less space than a traditional bathroom, you might be able to add that other bathroom you've always wanted.
The bathroom is actually at the core of the space, which is laid out with the living area at the front and the bedrooms
Forget resale! For our final example I will take on the most controversial bathroom we've seen on Houzz. Some commenters even said it was "like jail" for them. But its minimalist look suited the owner/designer's sensibilities and
“Open beams industrial look” — Jacob Miller
ACO Systems, Ltd.
1 Review
Discreet Shower Linear Drain
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Questions0
be filled in with the same finish material as the rest of the shower floor. The result is a discreet drain that allows the water in through the slot formed betwen the cover and the edge of the drain body.
Discreet shower linear drain by ACO Systems
this new way of drains are amazing
Digging this linear drain for a shower
Linear Drain allows for large format tiles
Linear shower drain - discreet design with tile infill cover
shower also has a long linear drain from ACO. When you're having a linear drain installed, ask to keep the tile height about 1/16 to 1/8 inch above the drain's edge, so the soap suds and water can fall off the edge of the tile and into the drain.
Opt for a natural drain cleanerClean drainage holes
“Opt for a natural drain cleaner Clean drainage holes by rubbing with a cut lemon. And instead of res” — Anne Power
Laura Garner
My Houzz: Color and Creativity Energize a Midcentury Home
Ideabooks562
Questions0
Awesome Bathroom. I like the wood on the walls.
Bathroom shower! Just what I want to do
basement bathroom and have a simple box frame made pretty inexpensively for the master or hallway bath if it works with the design. I like the touch of warmth it adds.
The couple salvaged wood from old wardrobe units to create the paneling on the bathroom wall and created a custom shower.
“Shower floor” — lizmakes3
Fiorella Design
13 Reviews
Woodside Residence
Ideabooks15,140
Questions10
Teak shelving in bathroom. Perhaps for bench in shower.
Laying out the bathroom to include a soaking tub and a large shower was no easy feat. Fiorella went through four or five iterations before declaring, “It’s OK for a tub to get wet!” Keeping the two together inside a walk-in curbless shower, rather than chopping out a separate shower stall, allowed for
“bathtub/shower space.” — laurakirk
Convertible Courtyards House
Ideabooks3,945
Questions4
there a slope for the shower drain?
I am thinking about a frameless design with a stainless line drain but worry about the water drain flow.
Are these shower drains available in Toronto?
Hello, we are looking to purchase a linear drain for our shower, but would like
a quick glance at the master bathroom, which gives us a sense of Megowan’s modern design sensibilities. The room is small, but it seems larger due to the frameless fixed glass panel.
Before we head back to the extension, here is a quick glance at the master bathroom, which gives us a sense of Megowan’s
“Walk in shower, no doors” — annikafloy
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