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Bathroom ideas for Dee and Dave for the Curia house
Wall seperation bedroom, sinks to shower
Walk-in shower and tile; we like this idea but we would like to have a shower seat
Wall seperation; bedroom from bath
walk-in shower with seat and in set shelves for shampoo
Sinks, storage & lights
Storage concept for towels
Storage for towels
Outside shower for second floor; includes a shower seat
Tile size and patern
Tile and layout with shower seat
Tile shape and design of setting, shower bench and in-set shelves for shampoo
Use of bamboo for wall
Tile direction in shower
Sinks, side storage and lightening. Wood is to dark
Sinks, storage and resessed lighting
No walls seperating the bed area from the bathroom
Idea for seperating the bed area brom the bath area
Lighting and Sink
The standard height for bathroom counters is 34 to 35 inches. If you have a built-in vanity, such as the one shown here, the vanity should drop down to 30 inches to accommodate a regular chair. Regular chairs have a standard seat height of 17 to 19 inches.
Sconces above a sink. I think light from two directions is best for a bathroom. Overhead light can come from a ceiling fixture or can lights. Forward lighting typically comes best from sconces set at 33 to 36 inches above the sink.
Avoid adding a light above the mirror. That includes recessed lighting in the ceiling. “That would throw a strong light onto your forehead and cast deep shadows below your eyes, nose and chin,”
In the master or guest bathrooms, use fixtures that provide 75 to 100 watts' worth of illumination," or 20- to 25-watt LED.”