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76 in ground hot tub Basement Design Photos
Great hot tub inside
hot tub in basement!
Hot tub...Hot tub?...In ground jacuzzi...Basement hot tube...Fabulous hot tub.
carpet and hot tub in the background
bar with hot tub
Gina Bon, Airoom Architects & Builders LLC
The wall cutouts in the back ground and the windowed wall and door.
just no way to pull that design move off that isn't boring. The reason: Basement bathrooms need to compete for space with the furnace, water softener, hot-water heater, stairs etc. And sometimes after I lay out the bar, bedroom and whatever else makes the space awesome, there's no place awesome left for
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Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
My 5x7 hall bath is Benjamin Moore's Black Bean Soup w/ white tile, tub & toilet, beige floor, Expresso vanity counter and glass vanity top & sink - the super-darkness of the walls and ceiling in this tiny room makes them
This is a co-ed cave everyone will enjoy. It’s an instance where the stereotypical dark brown shade for the walls actually works: It grounds the yellow couch and makes the colorful, patterned throw pillows pop. The white ottoman gives the room its core, doubling as a footrest and extra seating
Bouldin Creek Residence
if we could re-architect our cottage; salvage local pieces, good lighting, extend and descend area outside of hot tub?
Philadelphia Magazine Design Home 2008
Window pass thru for hot tub
udvari-solner design company
wgere did you get the hot tube
Hi Angela, This hot tub was the owner's choice, so we do not have any manufacturer or purchase information. Thanks, udvari-solner design company
love the indoor basement pool and/or hot tub idea
hot tube and pool oh lalala
Look for hot tub with stone surround
Cool look for side of hot tub?
Bellevue Sunroom/ Spa Addition with Deck
to the hot tub), and the secondary window wall that includes french doors allows the maximum amount of light into the space and really creates that spa feeling. The plans evolved during construction to include a larger sauna (thereby reducing the shower size somewhat) and a much larger hot tub than originally
originally planned. The solution was to move the hot tub outside, which had the benefit of opening up more space inside for a yoga/ workout area. The hot tub is covered by a glass roof so it can be enjoyed year-round under the stars.
The European homeowners wanted to create a space for a new sauna and hot tub, as well as a place to relax afterwards. It needed to be light and bright, and have a warm but modern feel. We built this addition under the existing deck, and spruced up the deck at the same time to enjoy the nice territorial