424,504 built-in seating Home Design Photos

Re:Placement Design
4 Reviews
Geary Avenue
Ideabooks1,950
Questions0
Avoid clutter. The more elements your yard has, the tighter it will feel. Instead, try to use built-in seating, incorporate clean lines, avoid
will feel. Instead, try to use built-in seating, incorporate clean lines, avoid bulky furniture and keep plantings under control. “If there’s one thing that will get out of control and take over a small space, it’s a plant that’s too happy,” Arthur says.
Like the built up decks mixed with concrete
Get More From Your Small Backyard #4. Avoid clutter. The more elements your yard has, the tighter it will feel. Instead, try to use built-in seating, incorporate clean lines, avoid bulky furniture and keep plantings under control. If there’s one thing that will get out of control and take over
“Small Patio ideas” — LaTanya Garrett
ARCHIA HOMES
16 Reviews
The Beaverbrook Master Bath
Ideabooks180K
Questions56
what is the size of the showere and the size of the shower seat? thanks
Can you tell me the height if the shower seat? Thank you!
what is the floor and the seat materials?
Seats are typically 12" from knees to back. And 17" off the floor.
Sorry for not responding sooner. We don't keep close records of all of our materials and finishes. I don't want to respond I don't know all of the time either. We built the cabinet
Seat in shower and sky light
love the shower seat and tile
the seat could be where the ceiling lowers
Sunlit Boston shower. While much more closed off than the previous shower, this shower's skylight and porthole window allow for plenty of light. A built-in seat and unique door shape made it worth saving for many Houzz readers.
“I like the half wall. I like the color of the vanity and the tile.” — constancewiththree
Danny Broe Architect
3 Reviews
Victorian Workers Cottage Addition
Ideabooks2,147
Questions4
Love the roller windows and the window seat
door big enough to let the really big bugs in!
oh my goodness i love this giant window that opens with the window seat
Inside-outside. This built-in seat with weather-resistant fabric is framed by large bi-fold doors which open out to the modest backyard. It’s a brilliant place to read the Saturday
to rest her feet on the elevated patio while sitting on the spacious window seat. Broe created that patio — as well as the garden's paths — using brick and stone salvaged from the demolished parts of the house.Window seat fabric: Fingers, Signature Prints; doors, windows: Windoor
to rest her feet on the elevated patio while sitting on the spacious window seat. Broe created that patio – as well as the garden’s paths – using brick and stone salvaged from the demolished parts of the house.Window seat fabric: Fingers, Signature Prints; doors, windows: Windoor
“Extension” — nancyhollyabby
Griffin Enright Architects
GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Mandeville Canyon Residence
Ideabooks130K
Questions54
Where could I buy the shower floor and seat.
The seat in the shower! Is it all one piece!
Tub deck, Shower seat and fronting?
contractor to build a seat before the tiler comes in. Doesn't have to be that high either. Mine is lower like a step. Great to put your foot on the shave your legs :-)
The shower floor and seat are custom fabricated. The floor is tumbled rock tile, available at Walker Zanger. The seat is made from limestone
like that seat in the shower. clean looking bathroom. Too modern for keys?
Showers that are 36 inches (92 centimeters) deep and 48 inches (122 centimeters) wide are very comfortable for most people, especially if they have a built-in seat. Beyond that there is certainly no limit, but going over 60 inches (152 centimeters) in width and depth will lose the sense of enclosure that defines
“lk this” — nfatema
Mark WIlliams Design Associates
3 Reviews
Classic Bath
Ideabooks10,188
Questions5
shower, shelf for products, seat. Would include a handheld as well.
Tiled shower seating preferably in the corner to take up less room
Shower seating doesn't need to look like it belongs in a hospital. If you are renovating your shower, ask the builder to frame out a seat ready for tiling. In smaller showers, a corner seat will take less room. Tip: If you don't have the room or budget for built-in seating, a small stool constructed
“floor tile” — lisacurwin
Lynn Gaffney Architect, PLLC
7 Reviews
BK House - Living / Dining
Ideabooks1,971
Questions3
flue. This size tends to work best when you don't need to heat the entire room. Tip: Just because it's freestanding doesn't mean you can't have built-in seating. Search for a fireplace that has a bench for those chilly nights.
DANISH WOOD STOVE BY RAIS - BUILT IN BENCH
Wittus shaker stove - with built in bench. I bet that's WARM! ...
flue. This size tends to work best when you don't need to heat the entire room.Tip: Just because it's freestanding doesn't mean you can't have built-in seating. Search for a fireplace that has a bench for those chilly nights.
“wall” — nikimo
Hoi Ning Wong
My Houzz: Pettigrew Farm Interior
Ideabooks208
Questions1
Seat by the open window = perfect for reading
The former butler’s pantry was converted into a mudroom with built-in seating and shelving. When the owners bought the home, the room sported a bright orange floral wallpaper. “It used to be a weird contrast,” Pettigrew says, “since it leads into the formal dining area.” The family installed French doors
“Paint color” — gobeach
DeForest Architects
7 Reviews
Hillside Modern
Ideabooks30,351
Questions37
CA soon - have a very similar space. Do you know if the glass sliding door has a special track or what door would work (have you done a shower that's in/out?) This is stunning - GREAT job!
I assume the floor heating is sufficient to dry behind it? Also, the black strips in-between the timber I assume are gaps/recesses, where the glass shower screen intersects them, is it possible for water to escape in the direction of
layout style, consideration will give a bathroom its sanctuary title. Make the space relaxing and inviting … a niche in a wall for a candle, a built-in seat in the shower, a stool beside the bath for your towel or book.
“Glass shower” — emmaperth
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