296,471 cost of bath Home Design Photos

Redbud Custom Homes
8 Reviews
5-star Green Bungalow
Ideabooks2,735
Questions8
Don't replace all your brass. Shiny brass can make a home look dated, but often there are so many doorknobs, fixtures and hinges that replacing them all is cost prohibitive. Antiqued or satin-finish brass
your brass. Shiny brass can make a home look dated, but often there are so many doorknobs, fixtures and hinges that replacing them all is cost prohibitive. Antiqued or satin-finish brass is beginning to trend and looks more expensive than the brushed nickel many people use to update their brass. You can
replace all your brass. Shiny brass can make a home look dated, but often there are so many doorknobs, fixtures and hinges that replacing them all is cost prohibitive. Antiqued or satin-finish brass is beginning to trend and looks more expensive than the brushed nickel many people use to update their
“flowers” — kandice_hodge
Scott Haig, CKD
5 Reviews
Zenbath
Ideabooks25,907
Questions13
Can you give me a general cost range per square foot for a high end bathroom remodel like you show in you pics?
Hi cs2323, the window is one piece of fixed, frosted glass. This window also bridges the separation between shower and bath, which led to the open shower concept. Thank you for asking.
design of bath and shower together
The open stand up shower that leads to a tub that has a great angle and a shrine at the head of the bath
Shower bath together. Tile is nice.
Shower and bath, like the tile
“Tiled half wall” — eaotr82
Flüff Designs & Decor
4 Reviews
Modern Condo
Ideabooks5,602
Questions8
this slab cost will be high
Hi Gerda1, we're a furniture rental & sales company. We have bath caddies
shower head for the bath tub
like the transition from bath to shower, no middle wall
This is PERFECT for our master bath!
shower and bath juxtaposition
mirrored marble slabs! leo's bath
Towel rack over bath
This for master bath
Approximate cost of slab?
Bath/ shower combo...Master bath...shower/ bath...Marble bath...Bath Accessories...bath fixtures
“Wall” — Rabya Mian
JCA ARCHITECTS
Ranch Remodel
Ideabooks84,342
Questions104
tile on floor , backsplash and counters to get a similar look at lower cost and with less maintenance than marble? Thank you!
I am remodeling my master bath and am looking different configurations. I have 92 inches of space
Beautiful bath. Can you share the wall color?
this chandelier and it is 18H x 19W. It looks much larger in this photo. Can you confirm that this is the size that was used? Do you know how big this bath is?
Jeanette, thank you for sharing the dimensions. I had saved this to my idea book and now that we are renovating our master bath I came back to see if I could make sense of the ideal tower width so that the vanity is balanced and discovered your reply. We have 9'-8" and I had originally sketched the
“idea for Brewster master” — Ray Caterino
Diana Bier Interiors, LLC
1 Review
Diana Bier Interiors, LLC
Ideabooks37,047
Questions36
Master bath extension, double sinks and custom white painted vanities, calacatta marble basketweave floor by Waterworks, polished nickel fittings, recessed panel woodworking, leaded glass window, white subway tile with glass mosaic accent, full glass shower walls
I have a similar design for my master bath remodel but will be limited on space for sconces due to mirror size. The bases on these appear to be narrower than most I've seen. Thanks.
Love your bathroom! I will have a design much like this, but 33", 26", 33" in a 110 sq ft bath. My medicine cabinets are on an outside wall as it appears these are. My contractor said he could recess them 2 to 2 1/2 inches, but we will need
Note that this is a master bathroom and is not used at all by young children. I personally wouldn't recommend any sort of marble in a children's bath--a porcelain tile on the floor and either engineered quartz, laminate or solid surfacing on the vanity tops would be much more appropriate for a children's
“Vanity and the wood trim on the walls” — nickihoward
Coates Design Architects Seattle
23 Reviews
Olympia Residence
Ideabooks1,113
Questions2
construction costs (typically 10 to 25 percent); or some combination of these methods. Most also include an initial estimate of total costs for the project. Early costs are estimated on a per-square-foot basis, with projects averaging around $200 to $500 per square foot for construction costs only. Of course
course, the costs also depend a great deal on average prices in the region. Both Coates and Finne work on an hourly basis. Coates says, “I prefer this method because it allows our client the flexibility to request other services, such as more design refinements, interior design etc. without an amendment
trust that we have their best interests in mind throughout the project, and this is difficult to achieve when our fee is based on how much the project costs.”
“Floors” — jpeterjenkins
Gast Architects
26 Reviews
Arroyo Grande Modern Farmhouse
Ideabooks1,560
Questions0
this one. Wire mesh comes in a variety of configurations from crimped (for stability) to woven (loose like fabric) to welded (more rigid). The most cost effective of these for an overhead trellis are made using repurposed and commonly available welded wire fabric (WWF), typically used to reinforce concrete
this one. Wire mesh comes in a variety of configurations from crimped (for stability) to woven (loose like fabric) to welded (more rigid). The most cost effective of these for an overhead trellis are made using repurposed and commonly available welded wire fabric (WWF), typically used to reinforce concrete
“Hogwire a possibility!” — Toni Reynolds
Schwartz and Architecture
5 Reviews
Schwartz and Architecture
Ideabooks9,731
Questions6
floor, preventing a smooth transition from inside to outside. If this "bump" bothers you, talk to your architect about how it can be eliminated.Cost: The cost of these doors varies widely. It's ultimately a function of materials, glass type, finishing, hardware, muntin type, etc. While you should expect
floor, preventing a smooth transition from inside to outside. If this "bump" bothers you, talk to your architect about how it can be eliminated. Cost: The cost of these doors varies widely. It's ultimately a function of materials, glass type, finishing, hardware, muntin type, etc. While you should expect
expect to pay a minimum of about $1,000, a high-quality aluminum-clad French door with multi-point locking system and simulated divided lights can easily cost several thousand dollars.
“Swing out” — samulford
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