73 Pop Up Drains without Overflow Home Design Photos

Bristol Design and Construction LLC
5 Reviews
Infinity Tub
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.
Water overflowing. Where's the drain? This would come in handy with kids.
standing tub overflows to wood floor
This tube has overflow? How cool/weird I feel like it us cool but then it is also a waist of water?
It is a pop up tub
“Cool” — dearial1
Stephenson Design Collective
4 Reviews
Elemental Design, LLC
Building a bathroom from scratch and wondering what kind of movable items like this pot here will be most appropriate without crowding the space.
Hi, are there two separate drains; one for the tub and one for the shower or does the tub drain feed into the shower drain? Thanks!
Leave it all white! I just did this same thing and the dark wood really pops with the all white.
This is a great shower. It is important to waterproof the tub's waste and overflow line (drain pipe) as it penetrates the shower floor. Learn how to do this here: http://no-curb.blogspot.ca/2014/05/flood-testing-wet-room-with-tub-install
Waterproofing is vital in these installations. Your bathtub will have a 1½- to-2-inch drain line that will need to travel through your shower's waterproofing materials. Tubs in general are awkward and a pain to hook up, so there are a lot of factors to consider here. For example: Will your tub's anti-tipping
“ensuit tiles” — 77lauren77
Carolina V. Gentry, RID
2 Reviews
Pulp Design Studios
How do you appropriately float the wet area floor to assure draining but have the tub on a flat surface?
We did this same concept in a smaller space - 6x7. However the contractor completely messed up the shower floor and I have standing water under the tub and near the shower side
does the tub just drain into the shower stall or is it on a separate drain
How is the tub be placed flat on a drain run so that mildew, odor (from standing water) and mold do not form on the back side (against to the tiled wall) and around
contractors regarding how to correct - their concern is keeping the free standing tub on a flat surface but still making the wet area appropriately drain. Help.
When I do wet rooms I use a ceiling supply and a free standing tub with no overflow for the best soaks. This allows you to add the tub at any time if it doesn't fit your initial budget.
“mur” — karinesaucier
Lesher Natural Stone, Quartz, & Tile
7 Reviews
200 year old Farm Home in Carlisle PA
reach a design plan and from design through installation, all went smoothly and on time. Given another opportunity, I'd make the same choice again without hesitation." Dr. Wendy Dean from Carlisle Photo Cindy Lesher
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?
Metal celtic Knot Drain cover is available in 6 different finishes and has the option for overflow. See more here: http://focalpointhardware.com/linkasink-d121-metal-celtic-knot-drain-p-16682.html
The decorative drain cover is held in place *over* the actual drain mechanism by a
See reply above from the home owner regarding the drain covers. Thank you!
“Cool sinks” — kkbangert
Coates Design Architects Seattle
23 Reviews
Ellis Residence - master bathroom
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
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!
Layout for sunken bath by window and shower up
Setting this tub into the floor allowed for a floor-to-ceiling view without any obstruction. Perfect for this long, narrow space.
“This image features a Japanese soaking tub, or "ofuro." Ofuro tubs are deeper in comparison to the w” — kevstephb
C O N T E N T Architecture
How do you support the glass that is not attached to a door? I want to open up one side with glass to bring some brightness into a small dark shower. It is already a shower without a door but I want to put glass on one side.
We love the look and will be doing something similar in Austin. Our 4x12 glass tile can be laid with or without a grout line. Is your wall done with a 1/16" grout? Thank you for the help!!
Can shower be set up without more drainage
glass tiles, blue-green for pop of color in built-in shelving areas or around bath
5. Get the drain right. Setting the drain requires a lot more than just dropping it in somewhere in the middle. Many drains have zero room for adjustment, and getting them perfect requires exact planning. This drain is made by Schluter Systems and offers up a little wiggle room in final position. Not
“veneciano” — aline0710
Dave Fox Design Build Remodelers
10 Reviews
A Whole House Transformation
This remodel consisted of a whole house transformation. We took this 3 bedroom dated home and turned it into a 5 bedroom award winning showpiece, all without an addition. By reworking the awkward floor plan and lowering the living room floor to be level with the rest of the house we were able to create
How did you plumb the drain and overflow?
Is there a "hole" in the base by the faucets to plumb the overflow? Is the drain under the tub and base? Do you have a picture of the back of the tub? I do like the tub a lot, but
The overflow runs out of the back side of the tub and into the floor. If you look behind the tub you would be able to see the chrome pipe running behind it and
Love this color, this is what I wanted and I ended up with baby blue somehow. lol
“Floor tile” — vanous98
modern house architects
4 Reviews
Master Bath
In the bathroom with the unenclosed shower the floor needs to slant towards the drain. Can this be done in a renovation? If so, how?
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?
How do you stay warm in the shower without an enclosure?
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
“grey glass” — Jarrod Midgley Architect
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