10,960 curbing Home Design Photos

3D-Tile-Design - Bertram Tasch
8 Reviews
Rain Shower with Niches - Maple Ridge, BC
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shower curb. A nicer looking solution would be to cut all tiles the same width and built just one bigger niche above the mixing valve with exact the size of one tile. In the middle of the niche could be a shelf as well to create two niches by deviding the niche in half. It would also look better to
Round edge on curb with decorative tile as the curb top
A profile on the edges of a curb, like this Schluter Systems trim, makes for a nice transition, especially when using
Shower curb-contrasting colors so it is obvious for visual impairment
A profile on the edges of a curb, like
two tiles, wider edge trim for curb/base
I like the floor tile and the way the curb is made.
Profile on the edges of a curb
“schluter curb corners” — Advanced Handyman Services LLC
John Whipple - By Any Design ltd.
37 Reviews
Low Curb Shower
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Low Curb grab bars custom bench senior s
shower curb: 2 inches for ease in stepping over
Accessible - low curb, grab bars
very low curb for the shower
f a shower curb absolutely needs to be installed, make sure it's as low as possible. At 5 to 7 1/2 inches high, traditional shower curbs can be difficult to
shower curb rather than 5 to 7 in standard
Low shower curb, about 2 inches.
If a shower curb absolutely needs to be installed, make sure it's as low as possible. At 5 to 7 1/2 inches high, traditional shower curbs can be difficult to step over for those with poor
shower curb absolutely needs to be installed, make sure it's as low as possible. At 5 to 7 1/2 inches high, traditional shower curbs can be difficult to step over for those with poor mobility or vision. This shower curb is just under 2 inches, allowing easier access. Tip: Consider custom grab bars for
“Grab bar, low threshold” — jacnev
Tarkus Tile, Inc.
23 Reviews
Tarkus Tile, Inc.
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The curb looks great--low profile and sleek. I would love to know the finished dimensions and how you constructed the curb's structure--concrete, brick, foam, wood?? Nice tile layout!
The curb was built with 4" brick pavers then wrapped with kerdi membrane. Finished dimension is roughly 5" tall by 5" wide.
shower curb, info. on what to tell tile setter
A shower curb should be seamlessly incorporated into tile placement and grout
Shower curb to avoid water leaks
A shower curb should be seamlessly incorporated into tile placement and grout joints. This is a fine example of a tile setter taking great care in installation and layout. Tip: Before starting
shower curb and niche details will be installed.
“Tile” — leanndurant
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Charleston Home + Design Mag
7 Reviews
CH+D mag's Fall 2012 Best Of Photos
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Tilt the curb and avoid drilling hinges into the curb
pictures, curbs need to be tilted toward the shower so they drain properly. Tip: When working with natural stone, 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 only through the tile and not the shower
pictures, curbs need to be tilted toward the shower so they drain properly.Tip: When working with natural stone, 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 only through the tile and not the shower
“Shower” — lrod1722
KellyBaron
3 Reviews
Sunset Plaza Los Angeles
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Read about careful "curb" and sealing installation tips here
Thank you, shower floor ( & celing) is "pasha" white onyx ..the main bath floor is Stratos artic white porcelain tile ..both available at Walker Zanger and Caesarstone seat and curb
seamless shower curb - mitered edges
shower curb looks like one piece of stone (but it's mitered), clean background colors with bench
shower curbs look like one large stone slab. In fact, each side is a separate piece, all mitered and epoxied together to look like one solid stone. Using tile or having exposed grout joints is easier but often doesn't have the polished look that this bathroom showcases.Tip: When choosing a slab of stone
“looks like one single slab for the curb” — glitterplenty
Stephenson Design Collective
3 Reviews
Phinney
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No curb on shower -for attic
Shower with no curbs ... wheelchair accessible
“We like to do showers with no curbs, so there’s no interruption in the space,” says Stephenson. Light comes into the room through a frosted pane of glass.
with no curbs, so there’s no interruption in the space,” says Stephenson.Light comes into the room through a frosted pane of glass.
“douche” — picardpascale
Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
13 Reviews
Pinebrook Residence
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hower curb detail Photography by Ross Van Pelt
Need to include a shower curb across so we can limit tile to just the shower area.
curb to prevent water problems
Shower curb solid...Shower curb detail...Detail of low curb...shower curb...curb transition...small curb
“higher lip for shower base” — mbee7
koolbeanzzzz
Landscape
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installed my curbing ... Be sure to have the contractor or professional show you other completed projects they have done. Some of my neighbors had the curbs installed and had a "curbing nightmare" on their hands. I understand that if too much sand is used vs. concrete, the curbs crack and lift up within a
have the curbs removed and re-installed. Also, beware not to install the curb too close to a tree that will grow large; like a small oak tree that turns into a large oak tree. The roots also lift the curb and break it. For Florida, I would recommend Borders by Design (Harold) 954.658.7543. P.S.-- I
There are really several edgings here: the concrete curb to edge the grass, the two different groups of pebbles, and the metal or plastic that keeps
“Concrete curbing...” — Carrie Hale
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