5 low water usage toilets Basement Design Photos

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Leslie Goodwin Photography
7 Reviews
Basement Family Room
techniques for building a basement that will ensure there is no damage due to water in the basement of a home, for years to come. Your image would be perfect
The drum light...Is it from Loews or lowes? Do you know the dimensions of it? I'd like to get it!
Salicatti, try the 4" Low voltage recessed gimbal lights at WAClighting.com. ...
Good basement space with high ceilings. Great lighting usage too!
zone, while an Expedit unit from Ikea corrals craft supplies and toys near a low work table on the opposite wall.
living area, while an Ikea storage unit holds craft supplies and toys near a low work table on the opposite wall.
“basement” — wildwolfriver
Wentworth, Inc.
4 Reviews
Loft-Like Basement Renovation
down the middle of the space conceals a steel beam, ductwork, heating hot water pipes and some wires. But, on the whole, we did not conceal the wires. We
Poles : simply best artwork and usage for TV
Low ceiling
“Separation” — megkandros
Eclectic Basement
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 -
wall and ceiling create more contrast so images are crisp and clean, and the low-positioned TV means never having to crane the neck.
was installed around the foundation, a backyard cistern was put in to draw water away from the house, and a large trench was dug below the basement and filled
“Window casings” — schockd
Northern Virginia Basement Contractor
Home Services Unlimited, LLC has been in business for over 29 years. We are licensed, insured, bonded and an EPA Certified Renovator.
Renovation Design Group
5 Reviews
Dog Shower
Water dish combined with shower / bath would be great
DO NOT LIKE low front wall....Toilet for dogs...too low...Might need to feed/water them...water bowl in the shower
“Dog shower” — mheller56
Home Restoration Services, Inc.
13 Reviews
COTY Award Basement Remodel
this basement to make room for an aging parent. Low pipes, rotting walls, suspended ceilings and water intrusion made the space unsuitable for a basement
tile work and wall to separate the toilet.
Like the separated toilet
“Penny tile and yellow” — gillian20
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