249,829 bath safety Home Design Photos

arctangent architecture + design [ aa+d ]
West 96th Street Residences
Ideabooks2,608
Questions7
Nice grey and mink cabinet - bath
glass on bath...Floor & bath panel...down stairs bath...SHower door guest bath...Boys bath
“Rug” — onecynt
Dan Joseph Architects
Headwaters Camp Cabin, Big Sky, Montana
Ideabooks36,415
Questions12
Barn bath...Pool house bath...Master Bath...Bath idea....Guest bath...Cabin bath...Master bath idea...Half bath
“Everything” — mndahix3
Straight Line Landscape
Resurfaced Pool Deck and new water feature
Ideabooks619
Questions1
Pool safety...safety net
“POOL SAFETY” — houdekb
Urban Improvement Company
4 Reviews
Forest Park Southeast New Construction
Ideabooks6,009
Questions4
Beautiful custom open shelving and clear safety wire to open up space formerly hidden by stairs. This would visually connect
Cables are a means of creating transparency, while also addressing safety concerns (most jurisdictions require the spacing of any member on a guardrail
Safety wiring...Safety barrier
“built in” — derekbisbing
McClellan Architects
3 Reviews
Lake House Two - Exterior
Ideabooks10,647
Questions6
project like this, keep obstructions out of the way of your visitors for safety.
project like this, keep obstructions out of the way of your visitors for safety.
“terracing and wide steps” — lauriecsager
Alex Amend Photography
1 Review
Roof Terrace by Frank Holbrook Design
Ideabooks3,596
Questions6
be opened for air circulation or closed for a romantic escape. Tip: For safety’s sake, garden tents need to be well anchored in breezy or windy locations
be opened for air circulation or closed for a romantic escape. Tip: For safety’s sake, garden tents need to be well anchored in breezy or windy locations
“Roof terrace” — Ken Salondaguit
jessop architects
masons Ave renovation
Ideabooks3,480
Questions4
the darker turquoise water. Like that it has a small fence around it for safety.
safety gate...Glass pool safety...Pool safety
“Fences, beach area” — strathmoreman
Atlantic Archives, Inc.
2 Reviews
Atlantic Archives Images
Ideabooks7,000
Questions6
the greeting. Caution: Always make safety your No. 1 priority when burning candles. If there's any doubt about safety (say, kids or pets are in attendance
the greeting. Caution: Always make safety your No. 1 priority when burning candles. If there's any doubt about safety (say, kids or pets are in attendance
“Candle lamps” — martinmarianna
Wornout Master Bath Needs TLC Facelift . . . . help!
If you were over 20 years old and used multiple times daily, you'd be looking for a TLC facelift too. Ready to re-enter this new high tech world with...
Make my bathroom safe & pretty
We are 60 something's & want to be able to age in place in our current home. I would like to re-do our bath with safety features like grab bars & a seat...
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