235 Non Overflow Bathroom Drains Home Design Photos

AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios
Ideabooks13,747
Questions9
Is this an infinity pool and the rocks are used to cover the retention pool that's traditionally where the rocks would go. Or is it just a rock French drain?
the length of the trench. The holes go down. Use a level to make sure the drain tube has some fall. The perforated tube connects to regular non-perf. that drains the water to the street. I put weed barrier over the drain tube to, again, keep the dirt out. 5. After I was sure everything was going downhill
clogging the drain. A smaller trench will have to run from the drain area to the street or away from the area that floods. 3. Next I put a couple of inches of gravel in the bottom of the main trench. I used 3/4 inch gravel for easier drainage. 4. I then put 3 inch perforated pvc drain pipe downt the
“They do amazing work!” — suzzan8
Contemporary Bathroom
Ideabooks14,809
Questions11
Actual Japanese bathroom has a floor with a drain in it and I just wondered if plumbing for a bathroom like that is expensive and practical. It would actually used everyday as a bath (ofuro)
Who is the manufacturer of the drain? Can this drain be used outdoors?
I have a long outdoor deck/lanai area by our pool in Florida.We need to install a narrow drain the length of pool to handle heavy rains at times. My home is designed with a simialr
simialr feeling same to the bath/tub design - linear and a bit asian in flavor. I would appreciate feedback on resources for drains. thanks tinamesh
Hello! Our company Concreteworks fabricated the bathtub and can fabricate the drains along the outside of the tub. This would be ideal for alongside a pool for overflow. We recently did a project like this where we created drains for the edge of a large patio for rain water. For more information please email
“onsen tub” — kellywhybull
Bristol Design and Construction LLC
5 Reviews
Infinity Tub
Ideabooks10,624
Questions5
This condominium remodel, limiting drainage locations- led us to instll the tub on a teak platform. Water drains beneath it to the shower allowing the infinity tub.
Spa feel at home - love how the tub can overflow on the floor and it all drains underneath
Water overflowing. Where's the drain? This would come
“bathroom” — kristilynncorral
Change Your Bathroom, Inc.
20 Reviews
Cool Gray
Ideabooks35,941
Questions29
Brushed nickel shower head with digital shower valve, victoria and albert bathtub, curbless shower with hidden shower drain, flat pebble shower floor, shelf over tub with LED lighting, gray vanity with drawer fronts, white square ceramic sinks, wall mount faucets and lighting under vanity.
floor with Hidden Drain Shower System (hiddendrain
How does one design a "floor drain" to work properly.?
What are the key elements for proper drainage you need to consider when putting in a wall-less/ wall free shower? I believe this would work well in a tiny bathroom but need to convince the powers-at-be that the concept
I'm rehabbing a bathroom and using a stone tile similar to your design here. What are the heights of the tile in each section on the lookers left wall? I'd love to hear your input if a similar layout in a very tiny bathroom (in terms of the tile plan) would help the space
“beautiful cabinets” — zukait1
Coates Design Architects Seattle
23 Reviews
Ellis Residence - master bathroom
Ideabooks39,973
Questions17
How thick is the tub? How did you get the drain and overflow to work?
I have a similar tub going into a house I'm building but can't find the appropriate drain and overflow to get through the thickness of the concrete walls. The walls and floor of my tub
What are the deminsions of this bathroom? thanks!
Bathroom is stunning! Sink brand? The counter - is the fleck pattern large or small? I'm struggling with that decision, as well as whether to go white or grey. Tile is Porcelanosa: shower
has a waterproof admixture in the concrete mix. there is a waterproof sheet product behind the wood panels as well as a linear trench drain to deal with any overflow.
if you look closely you will see a trench drain set into the concrete floor just next to the entry step. thanks!
“bathtub/window” — bnolte82
Lesher Natural Stone, Quartz, & Tile
8 Reviews
200 year old Farm Home in Carlisle PA
Ideabooks4,302
Questions9
described as "farm style vessel bowls" designed for a customer who had this to say: "I chose to work with Lesher Natural Stone, Quartz, & Tile for a bathroom installation in our 200 year old farm house. The decision was deliberate, after looking extensively in central Pennsylvania for a company that offered
Faboo sink! Is silver drain detail custom? (Loo wall is kinda funny.)
Re: drain cover: Do things catch on the 4 posts holding it in place?
Can you share the drain cover manufacturer please?
I'm renovating two bathrooms & didn't know this beautiful hardware was available.
Knot Drain cover is available in 6 different finishes and has the option for overflow. See more here: ...
The decorative drain cover is held in place *over* the actual drain mechanism by a single center post.
“no backsplash” — cstepanic
CplusC Architectural Workshop
4 Reviews
Queens Park
Ideabooks1,088
Questions2
Vents around the tub that lead to lower drain.
Love the colours in this bathroom. It looks clean and modern
Bathroom, good colours white, grey, timber
tiles, overflow grate and towel rail idea
The positive: They’re a practical option for bathroomsIf you live in a humid climate – or even if you don’t – a well-ventilated bathroom made possible by a vaulted ceiling could be a godsend. Mould is never a pretty sight, so the faster your bathroom can dry out after a steamy shower, the better.On the
and heated flooring, drying out a bathroom with a normal ceiling height post-shower can be done in a flash.
Additionally, your bathroom should not be exempt from your personality – and that means decorating. A piece of statement wall art would give your bathroom a fun and surprising twist, as would
“towels” — petero2204
modern house architects
4 Reviews
Master Bath
Ideabooks94,606
Questions38
this bathroom? and where is the toilet placed? I love how this looks and i have a long narrow room but don't want the toilet in an awkward spot.
In the bathroom with the unenclosed shower the floor needs to slant towards the drain. Can
Obviously underneath the teak is a shower pan or a slope towards the drain. Is the whole bathroom floor is covered by a membrane of some sort? I the rest of the floor raised?
what kind of wood was installed @ the shower area? How does the water drained away? Need to remove the wood for cleanup after a period of time?
What is the tile on the floor of this bathroom? What color is it?
It's most likely a wood grate floating over a recessed tiled floor with a drain below. Teak is a good wood for this sort of design, it's an oily wood that handles wet places better than most, but will still need to be cared for
“tile and wood” — Morrissey Builders
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