13,779 Plumbing Home Design Photos

Deep River Partners
2 Reviews
House on Lake Michigan
Where are the pipes????? I want this look and I need to know where you hid the plumbing...
Concealed plumbing
“Simplicity , clean lines. Adapt to corner?” — chadem
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Loudoun County Tile, Stone & Countertops
Best of Houzz 2014
Fairfax Marble & Granite produces the highest quality counter tops, with the most natural stone color selections. 4080-F Walney Rd Chantilly, VA, 20151
Carter Kay Interiors
1 Review
Atlanta, Georgia
hide the plumbing for the sink or is it exposed? It's hard to tell from pic! Thank you so much!
Where is plumbing for island sink?
is the plumbing going?
“Lights” — stripeobsessed
Kallista Plumbing
3 Reviews
Jeton Collection Bath
Kallista Plumbing
Kallista plumbing, metallic tiles, sconces
“THAT tile!” — juliadavis317
Phillip W Smith General Contractor, Inc.
1 Review
Kid's Bathroom
The plumbing fixtures for this home were purchased through Ferguson. I do not have the specific model / manufacturer available, but they will be able to help you find what you are looking for.
Clean plumbing connection under each sink.
exposed plumbing
“Sink” — juliannsouth
indigo & ochre design
5 Reviews
Prospect Heights Brownstone
I'm obsessed with vintage unlacquered brass and am interested in where you found the plumbing trap and supply lines in brass. I've been hunting for them to replace on vintage sink/faucet I'm installing, had no luck.
brass plumbing traps & lines
“Tile half way” — lmecart
Copperline Homes
7 Reviews
Specialty Plumbing. It's a 61" "Slipper" tub. Here is a link: http://www.sunrisespecialty.com/pdf/805-815-885_SlipperBath.pdf
Specialty Plumbing "Slipper" Tub
Tub plumbing
“Color room” — jeffplummer
Collins & DuPont Design Group
5 Reviews
Private Residence 7 in Southwest Florida
ferguson plumbing in Naples, FL Granite is Verde Luna
Ferguson Plumbing, in Naples, FL.
“entry bath” — paitogorr
Mark Newman Design
Master Bath Redesign
against the plumbing code to have a wall mount faucet for a bath tub that had separate hot and cold handles. Several faucet and plumbing supply rooms told me this in San Francisco. Yet here in this picture I see exactly that. I was told I had to use either a Floor mount faucet, or a Deck mount, but not a wall
“13” — thatoradebe
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