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Jack and Jill bathroom with pocket doors
hall bath jack and jill
ultimate jack and jill, each with their own sink area, shared toilet. great for teenagers getting ready!
Long jack and Jill bath with kids lofts over top?
Jack and Jill... Each room has their own sink area. Toilet and shower are all that's shared.
Sinks separated by toilet and shower in jack and Jill upstairs
jack and jill bath room between kids rooms with 2 separate vanities
bathroom love the BIG LONG sink
and Jill bathroom for the two bedrooms upstairs to share.. I love this exact layout so each person has there own space but its still only one bathroom.
Jack and Jill bathroom... Nice to share yet still have your own sink!
ADULT JACK AND JILL/ COULD SHOWER BE IN MIDDLE OF VANITIES OR TOILETS
A Jack and Jill–style bathroom connects the boys' rooms.
Martha O'Hara Interiors
Woodland Road West Girls Bathroom
Love the bathroom, can you tell me the total dimensions??
Jack and Jill countertops
of the Jack & Jill bathroom.
jack and jill bathroom cabinets look in white
Girls bathroom, cute wallpaper with white cabinets
Very long jack and Jill
Pretty little girls bathroom
Jack and Jill bathroom
layout of kids bathroom
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twist on Jack & Jill bathrooms. This luxurious master bathroom utilizes the space efficiently allowing both users to be at the vanity at the same time without being next to each other. Each side has its own set of electrical hook-ups and plenty of storage.
of this bathroom? Is the mirror two-sided?
Arts & crafts bathroom way cool
very neat jack and jill bathroom
Girls' Rooms with Jack & Jill Bath
Rooms with Jack & Jill Bath
I'm looking for different Jack and Jill bathroom layouts, so I'd love to see more pictures and get a better idea of how this particular bedroom/bathroom combo works. Thanks!
Jack and Jill baths & stripes
The girls also share a bathroom with Jack-and-Jill doors. Vanities on either side
Love the jack and Jill bathroom idea for kids rooms.
share a bathroom with Jack-and-Jill doors. Vanities on either side of the tub can be closed off with a pocket door for total privacy.
Ron Brenner Architects
Cape Cod Bathroom
ttage Bathroom Photography: Phillip Mueller Photography This house plan is available for purchase at http://simplyeleganthomedesigns.com/Lakeland_Unique_Cape_Cod_House_Plan.html
of the bathroom in the house we had in Stillwater.
to the bathroom and the counters
marc and paolo jack and jill bath
jack and jill bath with pocket doors
Dick Clark + Associates
contemporary bathroom ideas
small bathroom with these pastel towels and a matching striped rug and matching striped towels as well as plain. Been looking all over for weeks on the internet everywhrere.
A version of this (one sink) could be so cute for the playroom bathroom
Kids bathroom, 2 sinks. Not the colours
So cute for wywy's bathroom idea!!!
Jack and Jill bathrooms are a great place to incorporate the double vanity. Here you can be more playful with shapes, colors and materials.
Unlike most bathrooms, where rectangular and square tiles have a significant presence, this bathroom has round elements — hexagonal tiles, round mirrors and round floor mats — that create an environment that is both fun and minimalist. The white hexagonal tiles on the walls, floors and bathroom vanity make
my kids bathroom. What a great idea.
Hi- I'm installing this sink in my kids' bathroom. My architect tells me that the faucets (Kohler Cannock) don't have a low-flow aerator kind of thing that one would usually find in a bathroom sink. Is the water flow really
in this bathroom: http://www.houzz.com/photos/22425/---nicolehollis----traditional-bathroom-san-francisco Because I am having only a 43" cabinet with the 36" sink, I will have a ledge even with the top of the backsplash behind the sink, like in this bathroom http://www.houzz.com/photos/1649441/Fabulo
tsman-bathroom-calgary Which gives me working space. Then there will be medicine cabinets recessed in the wall above and behind the ledge for storage. The beauty of the Brockway for me is the ability to have a "double sink vanity" in less space. We now have a huge 6 ft long cabinet and we hardly