108,182 cold water Home Design Photos

Conard Romano Architects
3 Reviews
Conard Romano Architects
Ideabooks11,183
Questions18
Rhoda, The foot pedals do not open a trash door, they are hands-free controls for hot and cold water. Very Clever idea.
sink on — hot water, cold water or both.
pedals for turning water off and on
Plumbing petals to turn water on and off
MUST HAVE! pedal to turn water off!!
pedal to turn water on and off: hands-free!
Pedals to turn water on and off
Pedals to turn kitchen water on & off!
Pedal to turn the water on and off..
to turn the sink on — hot water, cold water or both
the sink on — hot water, cold water or both.
Pedal to turn water on and off - plumbing pedal
Pedals to turn the water on and off. Turning on the faucet with messy hands can make an even bigger mess. Plumbing pedals, like the ones in this kitchen, can help confine the mess. Just like at the doctor's office, you can use your foot to turn the sink on — hot water, cold water or both. Contact a local
“Pedais para abrir a água” — Bárbara Ramos
Phil Kean Designs
2012 New American Home
Ideabooks4,218
Questions5
How is the water runoff controlled without crossing the threshold?
I worry about the water runoff escaping out of the shower enclosure
looks like it's all Kohler... http://www.us.kohler.com/us/Showerheads,-Handshowers-&-Bodysprays-Rainheads/WaterTile-Ambient-Rain/brand/797024/431347.htm?brandNValue=101751
reached without getting into the shower. Getting dowsed by that initial spray of cold water is something you can live without.
putting controls on outside so you don't walk into a cold shower
Water, water everywhere. Today’s showering experience has almost unlimited possibilities.
in a place where they can’t be reached without getting into the shower. Getting dowsed by that initial spray of cold water is something you can live without.
“Shower head” — Raymond Hindle
Alexander Johnson Photography
2 Reviews
Upper East Side
Ideabooks3,425
Questions6
repeat until the stain is gone. Rinse with warm water.Glue: Apply an acetone nail polish remover, then blot. Repeat and rinse completely when the stain has been removed. Blood: Always use cold water when trying to remove a blood stain; warm water will cause the stain to penetrate further into the
the carpet, making removal even more difficult. Dab the white vinegar mixture (with cold water) on the stain and repeat until the stain is gone.
“Floors” — meuseppi
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Ideabooks270
Questions2
Franke Hot & Filtered Cold Water Dispenser - LB-2000
what is the make and model of the hot water dispenser? Thanks
“Franke Hot & Filtered Cold Water Dispenser - LB-2000”
hot water faucet...Water dispenser
“faucet” — Andrea Hawes
Wendy Resin Interiors
Wendy Resin Interiors
Ideabooks871
Questions5
Wash (nearly) everything in cold water. According to Energy Star, heating the water accounts for 90 percent of the energy used in washing machines. Cold water with detergent cleans as effectively as a warm wash, saves energy, and slows wear and tear on your clothes. Use hot water just when you really need
wash nearly everything in cold water
Wash (nearly) everything in cold water. According to Energy Star, heating the water accounts for 90 percent of the energy used in washing machines. Cold water with detergent cleans as effectively as a warm wash, saves energy, and slows wear and tear on your clothes. Use hot water just when you really need
“Floor” — meganmatanzo
Christopher A Rose AIA, ASID
7 Reviews
Pebble texture and stone Master Shower
Ideabooks7,398
Questions8
the controls. Another pet peeve is when the shower controls are placed such that I have to walk into the shower to turn the water on or off. That initial burst of ice cold water getting me wet is something we can all do without. Setting the controls in a location that's can be accessed from outside the
Stone floor, tile, frosted glass (which would be great for hiding water spots)
the controls. Another pet peeve is when the shower controls are placed such that I have to walk into the shower to turn the water on or off. That initial burst of ice cold water getting me wet is something we can all do without. Setting the controls in a location that's can be accessed from outside
Position the controlsAnother pet peeve is when the shower controls are placed such that I have to walk into the shower to turn the water on or off. That initial burst of ice cold water is something we can all do without. Setting the controls in a location that can be accessed from outside the shower area is
“Fixtures” — kmeyer1
Secret Gardens
Secret Gardens of Sydney
Ideabooks1,254
Questions2
Yvonne George Water Lotus - Sweet!
bath: Fill a tub with ice-cold water and a few handfuls of fresh mint, and soak those tired pups.
Lovely classic and classy water fountain
Tilt bottom of bowl back, water hits stone, water flows back to drain
A beautiful copper flower water spout.
I like the "spigot" the water is coming out of.
fountain? Make your own spa-worthy foot bath: Fill a tub with ice-cold water and a few handfuls of fresh mint, and soak those tired pups.
It's okay to keep your water feature as straightforward as you want. This single spout doesn't need much else — the water speaks for itself.
“fountain” — roseystarck
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Angelwylde House
Ideabooks1,745
Questions6
where do I find the sink fixture/fixtures that combine the hot & cold?
Choose a unique take on a traditional style. Three-hole faucets (those that feature individual controls for hot and cold water and require three holes for installation) are a common choice. Make yours distinct with a glamorous finish that resembles gold. Remember, quality faucets generally come with
“Tile design” — t331252k
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