135,409 disability shower Home Design Photos

Prentiss Architects
6 Reviews
Prentiss Bathroom
Ideabooks1,481
Questions5
in the shower? Where does the water go!
in my shower to look like a sauna/spa? Maybe put a varnis protect the wood from water any suggestion please
Half glass shower door for separation.
Shower, vanity plumbing
MB half glass shower panel
Wood wall and shower.
Shower wall...Shower lathe...Shower stall...Not big shower...Sleek shower...Open shower...panel open shower...glass shower
“Bathroom” — christycoveney
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3 Reviews
Ecologia House
Ideabooks2,936
Questions4
Toilet in shower. interesting. basement?
open concept master bath. Still private area for shower/toilet
Obviously ceiling, also floor and shower
Timber, open shower, white brick like tiles
Brown tile on shower floor
Toilet in shower...walk in shower...Shower idea...curbless shower
“Vanity” — hoboskratch
Modern Bathroom
Ideabooks935
Questions2
I like the shower on the wall
shower accents and dark floor
Vertical Tile Accent Shower
curbless shower...Bath layout, shower...Open shower...SHOWER HEAD...Awesome shower...Shower ideas...Interesting shower...rain shower head...shower fixtures
“Nice placement” — ankitkedia24
CB Construction Company
1 Review
Bathroom
Ideabooks4,115
Questions13
of the shower where you can see the finish detail of the tile with the wainscot and chair rail. I hope this helps you!
dividing the shower and the toilet goes all the way to the ceiling. Typically when we install wainscoting it is to a 4' height. I believe the ceiling height in this bathroom was 9'.
maybe good to build a wall between shower and toilet
Only the shower/tub combo with the subway tile
waynes coating and subway in shower
“beadboard & subway” — shankle
DELUXE Design & Construction
21 Reviews
NYC Bathrooms
Ideabooks587
Questions6
it in a shower/tub application with no tile flange?
Two toned shower tile. White and gray with the blue slate tile?
like the shower tile color, but not crazy about the size and shape
White/grey big mirrors. shower head + other shower hardware
Look of toilet and shower fixtures.
Color of walls shower head
shower/bathtub combination
faucet and shower fixtures?
shower and sink...Faucet/shower head...shower head...Shower and bathtub...glass shower...shower to bathtub...Shower Trims...Shower head?
“Sink” — hseredo
Jeni Lee
Mid century modern family home situated one metre from work
Ideabooks743
Questions2
into the shower? is it protected by glass?
Pairing a narrow sink and shower is a great idea for an ensuite
basin design next to the shower screen
separating shower and sink; no shower curtain or door
potential shower idea sink would be our entry door
Shower and shower door
Wallpaper shower room
Vanity next to shower
Sink Shower...Shower option...Shelf in shower...tile in shower...Shower divider...Shower tile
“small bathroom” — Andrea Farkas
Widing Custom Homes
2 Reviews
Yellow House
Ideabooks1,209
Questions3
in the shower and the backsplash around the tub and sink. It is so beautiful.
on the shower stall just cut into strips?
Awesome mosaic in shower Ann Sacks
Fun mosaic design in the shower
size and shower arrangement
small tub and shower
Glass tile in shower
square tub shower tiles, different
shower wall...tile in shower...Shower/tub combo...shower tile...shower backsplash...glass shower door
“Small soaking tub” — shellibell
Harrell Remodeling
5 Reviews
Bathrooms
Ideabooks2,204
Questions4
Shower tile halfway up no door
mirrors and shower. tile around counter tops.
backsplash, shower tile and floor tile looks doable
We like how this shower interacts with the vanity, but would prefer to have the glass go to the ceiling so we could install a steam shower later if we wanted, and to keep most of the steam out of the rest of the bathroom (so that people can
“Love the mirrors” — Charlotte Britt
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