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Jane Kim Design
Jane Kim Design
half open glass enclosure, great design here
Love brick wall and bath tub
Bath included in wet room layout
northern window in front of bath no western window/ high western window
traditionalWet rooms are not just about super-modern fixtures and flashes of chrome. This cute bathroom has all the trappings of a period-style design (slipper bath, gold finishes, fancy taps et al), but still manages to squeeze in a wet room area with vintage shower rose to boot.
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Holley House - Berkeley Hills
cabinet style, hardware, backsplash design, simple shower tile maybe not wood finish, countertop color definitely not mirror size and lighting
bathroom design that works for a mid century update
Poss layout for current master bath
The old house didn’t have a designated master bath, so Yama annexed some space from a neighboring bedroom and created a new bath that felt consistent with the home’s overall design.
Alix Bragg Interior Design
Home Farm 1
What an amazing house design, one would not know it was new
Hardwood floors sure warm it up. Guest bath upstairs?
Bath Redo faucets and surround
Heart pine flooring in bath
Shower handle in bath tub
Here's a final view showing the bathtub in this custom designed bath.
Alix Bragg Interior Design
Master bath...wood floor in bath...Handle in bath...master bath tub...separate bath
walk thru shower w/ open design. Tiles throughout expand entire space so beautifully. Don't quite understand how elevator works in to it??? Love modern simple light look!
from Grand Designs episode in UK
Space for both bath and shower
Shower & bath in same area on a riser
Step up to bath. Ceiling lights in bath area
service tower, where the bathrooms and their plumbing are stacked. The master bathroom includes a custom bath that was too large to snake up the tower’s stairs. As shown in the Grand Designs episode, the bath was hoisted up the lift shaft before the lift was installed.
tower also acts as a service tower, where the bathrooms and their plumbing are stacked. The master bath includes a custom tub that was too large to snake up the tower’s stairs. As shown in the Grand Designs episode, the tub was hoisted up the elevator shaft before the cab was installed.
what company is this bath from?
more appropriate for a typical bathroom than the normal saunas which are designed for their own space.
And they are heaven! In a traditional wooden tub, you shower before bathing and never use bubbles, etc. There is nothing like it for pure relaxation.
This is not from Bartok Design. The picture rather clearly shows mitered corners and according to Bartok's
in teak or any other imported hardwood." This Ofuro came from Roberts Hot Tubs ( http://www.rhtubs.com ) and was featured in a story, The Zen of Bathing", by Toni DeWaal, in the publication Today's Home on May 1, 2008
Row of pebbles behind bath on the wall.
For a extra bathroom/extra space. Would love a bath/sauna
Washington Park Tower Condo
Architecture by Bosworth Hoedemaker Interior Design by Garret Cord Werner
Who is the maker of the bath wall faucet?
These lighting fixtures were custom designed by Garret Cord Werner.
ceiling design and the wall of tile
adds richness to an accent wall in this beautifully designed bath.
Though bronze tends to show up in more traditional settings, there's nothing preventing it from showing up in more modern spaces too. The calm, Eastern influences in this bath design are more pronounced by the use of bronze faucets and
Rendall & Wright
building, Lindsey wanted the beam to be the main feature in the bathroom. She created texture by using mosaic tiles behind the gently curving BC Designs bath.
Shape of the bath tub
free standing bath...freestanding bath...bath recess...Master Bath...The bath...Wall for bath top...That bath!
Becker Architects Limited
wilmette split level adds penthouse
Douglas fir — could be designed for a standard shower with a poured and sealed shower pan in place of tile. Or it could cover tile, which is my preference, because I find it easier to clean. I also like the idea of creating a simpler element inspired by this design: a wooden bath mat. Wood is easy to seal