10,538 curbing Home Design Photos

Stephenson Design Collective
8 Reviews
Phinney
Ideabooks589
Questions0
“We like to do showers with no curbs, so there’s
Shower with no curbs ... wheelchair accessible
geometric and simple shapes, no curbs in the shower, no interruptions in space, but maybe one big sink
downstairs, the shapes are geometric and simple. “We like to do showers with no curbs, so there’s no interruption in the space,” says Stephenson.Light comes into
“Floors” — josiep268
Green Mountain Construction & Design
Barrier-Free Shower Stall
Ideabooks16,809
Questions17
I was under the impression that a walk-in shower requires a curb height 2" above the drain. Does that apply here, and if not, how do you get
the architect, and neither he, nor the client asked for that. The shower is curb-less, and it replaces a claw foot tub, but there are still barriers in the
waterproof floor across the entire room, there is probably no reason for a curb.
Thanks for asking and for your kind words. Curb height, is answered different ways on the internet, not always by people
us could be, temporarily or permanently, are often limited or excluded by curbs, which others easily step over. I am not a lawyer, architect, or engineer
sliding glass shower door, no curb to shower, NOTE, entire floor and partially up the wall has been waterproofed
“Shelf behind” — pavb
Charleston Home + Design Mag
7 Reviews
CH+D mag's Fall 2012 Best Of Photos
Ideabooks6,230
Questions5
Shower curb, keeping water in shower floor
Although it's difficult to see in pictures, curbs need to be tilted toward the shower so they drain properly.Tip: When working with natural stone, avoid
avoid drilling glass door hinges into the curb because that can cause leaks. If you're stuck without an alternative, make sure that your installer drills
drills only through the tile and not the shower curb's waterproofing.
Shower curb - just a one inch slab
“shower curb” — Yesmean
Washington DC Interior Designer
Harrison Interiors has been called a “hidden gem,” with a walk-in studio and a 50-mile service area that spans from Leesburg to Annapolis, Gaithersburg to Woodbridge.
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Woodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
8 Reviews
Stone Cottage Renovation
Ideabooks2,772
Questions1
White stone curbing looks good next to asphalt and grass.
Stone curb (lion too)...Curb idea...Black top with curb...stone curb
“Outside” — rcinn
Henry + Glegg Design
5 Reviews
Dunbar 2
Ideabooks11,602
Questions4
Love this style of home curb appeal
curb appeal...Beautiful curb appeal
“Colors” — Heather Cundiff
Charles McClure - Professional Site Planning
1 Review
Charles McClure, landscape architect
Ideabooks9,295
Questions6
gravel & curb...Curbing and Asian...stone curb...Stone curbing to contain gravel.
“solid” — svid45
Maya Design Studio
1 Review
Master Bath Dressing Table
Ideabooks4,445
Questions8
natural stone curb polished (edges removed)
Shower curb and frame. Interesting look with dark floor and light walls.
Always consider your curb a potential tripping hazard. A curb set with the same tile as the shower and bathroom floor can be hard to see for someone with
Monolith curb...contrasting curb?
“DUUUŠAS” — Sigita Tauginaite
Hochuli Design & Remodeling Team
10 Reviews
Kachina Drive Wine Cellar
Ideabooks3,758
Questions2
finish work. Curbed treads can be simpler and easier to construct. Both types can be detailed in traditional or modern fashion.
that reveal the outside end of the stair treads. Open balustrades with curbs enclose the ends of the treads with the supporting wall or stair structure
of the edge of the tread is intricate and requires superior finish work. Curbed treads can be simpler and easier to construct. Both types can be detailed
modern fashion. Pictured here is a stairway with an open balustrade and curbed treads. Most current building codes mandate that the clear width of a staircase
that reveal the outside end of the stair treads. Open balustrades with curbs enclose the ends of the treads with the supporting wall or stair structure
“Staircase” — 2cndline
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