25,269 exposed trap Home Design Photos

ROM architecture studio
6 Reviews
Washington Park
Ideabooks70
Questions1
This is a much nicer P-trap (sink drain) than the one we used in the bathroom I showed you in the PowerPoint
“I like the mixed fixture finishes” — dreams76
Howden Homes
Batesford Homestead
Ideabooks155
Questions2
Who makes the bottle trap drains? Thanks.
I am not sure what brand the bottle traps are but they are available from Reece Plumbing.
concrete, it is a standard mix with salt and pepper finish (minimal stones exposed) and a penetrating sealer applied. Geelong Concrete Grinding finished the
The way cantilevered double sink should be trapped
“Sinks” — mairimcmenamin
Green Room Interiors
6 Reviews
Ferntree Gully Home
Ideabooks0
Questions0
exposed beams...exposed bottle trap
Sam Davison Interiors
2 Reviews
Sanderling Ensuite Renovation
Ideabooks17
Questions0
exposed bottle trap
“love this tile as well” — mrdtx2
Gast Architects
26 Reviews
Chalk Hill Residence - Traditional Bathroom
Ideabooks984
Questions5
paneling, exposed sinks, corner cabinet, blue paint
Exposed plumbing
“sink” — Glenn
Gast Architects
26 Reviews
Oahu Beach Front Residence - Powder Room
Ideabooks293
Questions1
wood slab and exposed plumbing
“counter” — abconnor
Sub-Zero and Wolf
Sub-Zero and Wolf
Ideabooks212
Questions0
Exposed p-trap...exposed plumbing
“uniqueness” — landann56
roth sheppard architects
Warner/Erickson Residence
Ideabooks1,597
Questions1
mounting system appears to be Vitraform. ... The p-trap seems to be from another vendor. Vitraform p-traps are more modern.
sink designs expose our waste and water supply lines. If your new sink is going to show off your plumbing, you'll want to choose a good sink trap — specifically
a P-trap, named for its shape, like the letter "P" — and matching sink fittings. There are two basic kinds of P-traps: A European-style P-trap has no
Your sink trap holds back a little water after each use to keep air from your sewer pipes from coming back into your home. Consistent sink use, from simply
hands, keeps the system working well. In seldom-used bathrooms, water in the trap slowly evaporates. If you have a guest bath you don't use very often, get
“sink” — sworral
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