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Ownby Design
17 Reviews
Ownby Design
Ideabooks963
Questions3
Where could one purchase this table?
That tub is mine!! This is truly one of a kind bathroom
one way to do stones under tub
Like the big stones in the small ones as a place to dry off in. If doing a flagstone floor then use those.
Higher cabinet, next to toilet?
“Backsplash” — moneygrub
Genesis Architecture, LLC.
3 Reviews
Christensen Remodeling
Ideabooks2,860
Questions5
wood highlights. somewhere besides vanity. Light fixtures or shelving behind toilet?
shower ? no door on one side
this is terrible. too many ideas in one space
The way the space is used. We could incorporate the sky light and have one sink. I do not like the orangey tan color.
"In the master bath, we were going for an Asian spa-like feeling, where one thing flows into another," says Dahlin. Case in point: The stained concrete tub surround also serves as a shower bench, blurring the line between the bathtub and shower areas.A new teak floor and teak ceiling slats create continuity
“Good for jason” — mayamonkeymo
Studio MM, pllc
Creek House
Ideabooks1,001
Questions2
that is a good questions and I'm sorry I don't have one.... will see if I can get one...
Our last look at the house is of the master bath, which consists of two vanities opposite a tub, an enclosed toilet and a shower behind a fixed glass panel. Natural light comes in through a narrow window, placed so somebody taking a shower can see outside without being seen.More: Private Access: 12 Bathroom
“bathroom” — np2874
Adam Wilson Custom Homes
7 Reviews
2012 Parade Home #7
Ideabooks1,938
Questions4
am planning to do a long bathroom countertop and wanted a single, raised sink to break up the space. I like the profile of this sink; so many of the ones I've seen are just straight up and down. Thanks!
Possible share bathroom with shower in common. Could accommodate two toilets.
Great idea for a bath with the shower in the center of the room separating the sinks and with one side having the vanity between the sink and the shower. Very nice!
Love the wood floor, shower tile, floating vanity, chandelier, both of us love this one!!!
“Master shower” — bds0305
Union Studio
Collingwood
Ideabooks1,102
Questions2
Pillows again. A neat idea to place in a row behind the ones you sleep on.
repeat" grouping; pick 3 distinct but coordinating patterns-give each one it's own layer, Layer 1 ,1pattern elongated pillow, layer2, 2 pillows rectangular, 3 pillows squares; an eclectic mix of 3; subdued set of earthy colors with perhaps one tone or color in common on all…solids, stripes, chevrons.; a co
Don't like the finishes but idea of two openings either side one going to a dressing and other to bathroom looks ok.
“Light” — rollerderbyqueen58
Vanguarda Architects
Vanguarda Architects
Ideabooks2,129
Questions2
perspectives at the rear of the lot and without limits to the environment. Aligned on the front façade are the garages, study, toilet and service rooms: laundry, pantry, one bedroom, one bathroom and the barbecue area. This geometry created a long path towards the entrance of the house, which was designed by
dining room, the gallery and the sitting room are aligned and overlooking the lagoon. The sitting room has a double height, incorporating the stairs over one of the sides of the inner yard and an in-out swimming pool that is joined to the lake visually and serves as separation from the master suite. The upper
“White stairs” — meneely52
Decorate by Holly Becker and Joanna Copestick
Ideabooks4,667
Questions6
were white) and it was a fun and happy kitchen. Of course the next owners promptly removed it all and put in something more tasteful, but less fun. One thing I love about old kitchens and bathrooms was that people weren't afraid of color and injecting a bit of personality into a space. With open kitchens
Wow love how bold! And the idea of just one wall covered in bold wallpaper
modern kitchen. "Decorating using floral motifs ... can be a great excuse to go bold," write the Becker and Copestick. Decorate Tip: "Papering only one wall in the kitchen leaves the rest of the space dedicated to displaying objects, china and lights in a vast array of bold and cheerful colors that dance
And, voila! My favorite wallpapered kitchen photo. This one, from the book Decorate by Holly Becker and Joanna Copestick, pulled out all the stops. It’s certainly a bold approach, but it feels happy to me.
“bright for utility” — djohnson73kids7
Jute Interior Design
7 Reviews
Noe Valley Powder bath
Ideabooks7,888
Questions5
Where can one find this fabulous wallpaper!? It's gorgeous!
bold pattern, one color - easier to place art over this kind of pattern
a pattern with a large scale, lots of color and movement or a hint of whimsy. If covering the entire room feels too intense, paper one accent wall and paint the other ones.
“Wallpaper” — lisascottkeen
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