8,205 horizontal bath drains Home Design Photos

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4 Reviews
Poured Concrete Sink
Ideabooks13,192
Questions12
How would put a stopper in this type of drain?
I would like a horizontal drain in my laundry room, but how can I close the drain to fill the sink?
What are the drain details for this type of integral sink/counter
Does it drain to a regular circular drain? What fittings were used to make this work? I'm looking for plumbing details.
What about a rubber mat that suctions down and can basically cover any slot drain? Just saying?
kathibl At the moment no one mass produces a stopper for a slot drain. I have worked over some design ideas over the years but so far the lack of demand has not justified pursuing
pursuing it. The basic concept is not rocket surgery. The biggest difference is you need a stopper to match the opening of the slot drain. Since most concrete fabricators do things a little differently, it would be a challenge to have a "one size fits all" solution. A number of different designs can
“Sink” — margo20
Your Building Broker
Margaret River Retreat
Ideabooks1,460
Questions3
Long rectangular floor drain in shower..
Drain/accent trim in vertical panel in shower.
la cenefa en horizontal
drain in shower...horizontal drain
“the tile wall” — chenrijano
FOC Design
Villa Aquarius
Ideabooks3,977
Questions4
Obviously cannot brush teeth in it. Where does water go? Will the drain get mossy? It is such a great idea though. Truly a conversation piece. Love it
thanks! the drain is hidden under the travertine slab on the floor. It drains well and cleaning is simple - lift the travertine to expose the stainless grill....
The water runs into a hidden drain in the floor covered by the travertine - you can see the small cut in the travertine.
think its a practicable choice given that you use it to wash your hands and the mess it must make on the floor and wall when it splashes down onto the drain tile at the end of the run.
water goes into the shower drain. No p-trap.
shower drain! Tip: Today a sink's graywater (wastewater) can be used to fill the toilet and cut down on water use. If you want your home to save on natural resources, this is a great ecofriendly option.
“Holy cow!” — jrzydesign
ID by Gwen
14 Reviews
Mid Century Modern Master Bathroom
Ideabooks300K
Questions82
(Daltile - City lights), taupe 12 x 24 porcelain floor (tierra Sol, English bay collection), shower glass panel, shower niche, rain shower head, wet bath.
Hello would you be kind and let me know who makes the shower drain? Thank you.
I have a basement floor and I like the even surface of the floor. If I saw the concrete and remove it. What will I need to do to make the pan and drain work?
Hello! I was wondering the tiles are a textured porcelain tile? We got a similar grey tile for our new build home (Master Bath). We haven't moved in yet, however, I am starting to have questions on how to keep them clean. If these are textured, will you please let me know? Love
rest of the bathroom floor. After the drain and pan and membrane was installed, I noticed they put a lip there. He told me in order to do what I wanted, the rest of my cement floor would have needed to come up and then set to slightly slope toward shower and it's drain. Why wasn't I told that when I was
“open shower” — rscheidt
Bristol Design and Construction LLC
5 Reviews
Infinity Tub
Ideabooks10,648
Questions5
This condominium remodel, limiting drainage locations- led us to instll the tub on a teak platform. Water drains beneath it to the shower allowing the infinity tub.
Spa feel at home - love how the tub can overflow on the floor and it all drains underneath
Water overflowing. Where's the drain? This would come in handy with kids.
“Wood floor again” — Cera Hinkey
BAAN design
Boardshed
Ideabooks5,915
Questions2
What are the horizontal rails made of? Is that steel or wood?
The more I see this horizontal treatment, the more I like it
rail goes with privacy screen - horizontal
interesting shed with wood slats, horizontal
deck is built at grade level, you will need to have a railing. There are a few measurements to keep in mind. Limit the space between balusters or horizontal slats to less than 4 inches. This is required by code. Most building codes will allow a railing height to be anywhere from 36 to 42 inches, but keep
This is a storage shed, but you can see why I chose to feature the streamlined use of horizontal slats of wood. Spaced as they are, both light and air can circulate through the structure. But like the previous project, the overall effect is sleek
“Nice wall” — ricknuge
Blue Sky Building Company
7 Reviews
40th Street
Ideabooks3,418
Questions2
we are adding a second bath and would like to include the corner seat in our tile shower
like the drain in floor between the shower and the bath floor and I really like the shower
Just change decorative tile in 2nd bath shower
drain along edge no lip
channel set drain, flat entry
bath room...Love this bath...Linear drain...Master bath...Open bath...see the drain...shower drain
“Shower” — Carol Whited
OBERHAUSER INTERIORS
Fairfax Bathroom
Ideabooks36,914
Questions30
What type of drain is in the shower? Infinity drain? How does the water not seep out under the glass door?
Wondering about how to achieve this seamless shower stall? Do you have to create a slope in the subfloor? I know about Infinity Drains, but can't wrap my head around how to achieve this look. Thanks
Infinity Drain has some great pieces and clever drain styles. The use of the drain in this bathroom is so smart and enables a cleaner look. For advice on the different styles and types of drains feel free to contact us or visit our showroom. We offer both Infinity Drain and Easy Drain. Focal Point
shower floor is flush with the bathroom floor, but starts at the glass panel to slope 1/4" per foot towards the back wall. That's where you see a linear drain. To accomplish this detail the sub-floor had to be lowered by several inches in order to install a standard shower pan (waterproofing). I hope this
“Rustic Bathroom” — avamancuso
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