2,871 No Threshold Home Design Photos

Kipnis Architecture + Planning
20 Reviews
Kipnis Architecture + Planning
Ideabooks8,555
Questions9
We want to do a zero threshold shower, but our architect has told us that we need to do the long drain or a lot of floor sloping both inside and outside of the shower. Otherwise
no threshold shower for aging in the master bath/shower
zero threshold with sink coming up right next to it- similar to our plan. hate the yellow tile.
Forgoing the threshold on the shower. Is that a plus?
no threshold might make room look bigger too?
faucet for powder. No threshold to step over
Zero threshold shower. Great for aging in place
zero-threshold shower since we'll be here from now on?
walk in or zero threshold shower
Forgo the threshold. While creating a zero-threshold shower during a renovation can cost extra, it could well be worth the added expense to create a shower where you can gracefully age
“shower - forego threshold for aging in place” — planner6771
Modern Bathroom
Ideabooks7,596
Questions8
Trench drain that can be used in a zero-threshold shower.
trench drain for zero threshold shower
drain that can be used in a zero-threshold shower.
I like the idea of a zero-threshold shower and I like this tile.
Here's a detail of a trench drain that can be used in a zero-threshold shower.
Here's a detail of a trench drain that can be used in a zero-threshold shower.
“maybe used in master shower” — 021492
RW Anderson Homes
Kirkland Tanditional
Ideabooks2,919
Questions6
Paint color - threshold taupe by SW
office color- Threshold Taupe #7501 by Sherman Williams is a close match.,
Threshold taupe sherwin Williams
threshold taupe...Threshold Taupe, sw
“brown and green” — eads
Marmol Radziner
Long Valley Ranch
Ideabooks2,540
Questions5
overhang protects the threshold of the pocket doors so no water can get in.
"Here the threshold is fully protected by a deep overhang"
Here the threshold is fully protected
weather resistance than a recessed, flush or staggered threshold.
Here the threshold is fully protected by a deep overhang. This track is continuous
to actually pick up a foot. Continuous tracks offer better weather resistance than a recessed, flush or staggered threshold.
"Threshold is fully protected by a deep overhang. Track is continuous at the floor. Take note that in higher-traffic areas,
floor, but not enough to signal one to actually pick up a foot. Continuous tracks offer better weather resistance than a recessed, flush or staggered threshold."
“Mamp” — Vanessa Febres Solimano
David Churchill - Architectural Photographer
Edinburgh Apartment
Ideabooks1,584
Questions2
threshold transition from patio to indoors
Threshold: The almost lack of a threshold creates a uniform transition between the indoors and the outdoors. It's a serene transition.
Flat wide threshold of different wood. Stained a different color.
they do outside. Here they have hardwood inside and stone outside. I am not sure what material is used as a transition line between the two, but the threshold space is absolutely flat, and that also helps to increase that feeling of the indoors flowing on outside. More: 20 Great Examples of Transitions
“bi-fold doors” — bilesbroom03
Kariouk Associates
Echo House
Ideabooks988
Questions1
love the low threshold , what kind of prep work?
What kind of prep work on sub floor is necessary for this shower on a new construction and what is the height of the threshold Thank you D
1/2" thick marble threshold
Floor and low threshold
stone threshold...The threshold...Shower threshold...Slab threshold...Low threshold
“Using 4 different tiles in one space” — hrc11880
Ziger/Snead Architects
Woodvalley House - Bathroom
Ideabooks11,739
Questions13
Like the idea of no threshold for shower in master and upstairs.
Nice idea for a zero threshold shower. Has a standard round drain in the middle
natural light and privacy zero threshold shower
Zero threshold shower for guest bath
No threshold
“slated bench under hand shower” — ecrabtreew
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Cole Valley Hillside
Ideabooks9,861
Questions8
There are times when a threshold is unavoidable, whether it's because of existing conditions, the style and engineering of the door or another reason. Keeping that threshold low and unobtrusive is key in these instances. You'll want something minimal to step over, and something that tends to visually
visually recede into the background. In fact, you'll want to finish this threshold as you've finished the adjacent floor to ensure that it nearly disappears.Are you working on a patio project? Please tell us how you're handling the threshold and share a photo of your work in progress!More: Find the Right Glass
“deck upstairs” — singandur
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