48,396 one piece toilet Home Design Photos

De Meza + Architecture
6 Reviews
Fieldstone Guest Cottage
Ideabooks2,244
Questions3
was simple; make the cottage appear to be a companion to the main house, but be more frugal in the space and material used. The solution was to have one large living, working and sleeping area with a small, but elegant bathroom. The design imagery was about collision of materials and the form that emits
Number one home in my idea book! May I see the floor plan?
Wow, a guest cottage... not sure this would be legal in my area, but i love the metal roof and stine walls. But any guest cottage needs a toilet and shower... and that's money.
“Sliding doors” — stephanielsun
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Designer
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Raymond Jungles, Inc.
1 Review
South Miami Garden
Ideabooks4,692
Questions2
The fine leaved palms look like Phoenix roebelenii and the larger one looks like Chambeyronia macrocarpa, http://www.junglemusic.net/palms/chambeyronia-macrocarpa.htm
guest wing hidden behind trees. Lovely especiall must hide laundry/toilet doors
Typical project length: Two to four weeks for design plus one to two weeks for demolition and installation. Best time to do this project: Spring in areas with cold winters; fall or winter in hotter climates.
“wow!!” — smspeck
Sound Beach Partners LLC
2 Reviews
English Country House in Mid-Country Greenwich
Ideabooks20,422
Questions14
I love wide trim; esp. This one with the different lengths of the trim as it is coming down the wall. Love how the marble meets the trim and carries through to the tub and floor.
Tub and toilet enclosure
One of the Best
“Love the windows in shower.” — Carol
Menter Architects LLC
Garage renovated for family play
Ideabooks15,663
Questions13
attached to the house. is the kitchen or another bathroom behind the wall. in other words how big of a job was it to supply the plumbing for the sink and toilet. thank u
good way to keep the evil ones out of the house.
Hang one of these pods from the deck
“SENSORY ROOM” — adam_willard
Criner Remodeling
8 Reviews
Corner Shower
Ideabooks6,453
Questions10
increase the size of the shower to be this shape, half height on the toilet side w/glass top to let in light, move position of shower head to be on the back wall.
Shower design, one of my original thoughts. Like the light with fan in shower
Beadboard used in just one part of room
“Bead board around shower and on wall” — kimap
Architectural Workshop
Airport House - Denver Contemporary Residence
Ideabooks7,979
Questions9
it is probably meant to pick up the airport/hangar door motif, but does it slide over to the other opening for another purpose? Perhaps there's a toilet there it provides privacy for?
How does one finish the edge on the niche? Is the tile itself 45'd? Thank you.
shower! If you're looking for light blue frosted glass a way to do this would be with glass blocks - they are available with colors and can be frosted on one or two sides. I'll include a link for your reference- http://innovatebuildingsolutions.com/products/glass-block/colored-frosted-glass-blocks
“Tiles” — lyndseykinane
K West Images, Interior and Garden Photography
5 Reviews
Contemporary Outdoor Dining Area
Ideabooks5,303
Questions2
one day...outdoor + Toilet...this is the one
“everything” — ddalc5
Hsu McCullough
4 Reviews
Boise Residence
Ideabooks1,347
Questions4
The central atrium of the Guggenheim museum in New York City, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is capped by one of modernism’s most iconic skylights. It washes the interior of the spiraling rotunda (shown here) in an ethereal, ever-changing light that draws visitors
Sky wash. Powder rooms are often tiny and dark, but this one is positively uplifting thanks to that generous skylight. In case you were wondering, the glass ceiling is limited to the vanity area – the toilet offers the privacy you’d hope for.
“skylight and placement make the room bright” — caseyhharry
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