7 no drill shower rods Basement Design Photos

Four Brothers LLC
48 Reviews
Washington DC Full House Remodel
Ideabooks3,251
Questions4
Where did you get the shower curtain?
Hi. We bought it from Amazon.com. I believer a search for "curved shower rod" should get you something. It was very reasonably priced!
Was the shower rod custom made or can it be purchased from a supplier?
like the idea of this shower...
paint everything white. notice shower. humble but clean.
“White ceiling” — tkreidler
Four Brothers LLC
48 Reviews
Washington DC Full House Remodel
Ideabooks201
Questions0
K-7258-RP Industrial Exposed Shower with Reversible Yoke and
Shower curtain rod, elevated shower pan
Earlier same room different angle shower enclosure
Excellent way to put a shower in the basement when limited on space. The wraparound shower curtain gives soft lines and the space
space is not constrained with hard shower walls. It's also a feature.
“Cool shower” — vluckow
Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
14 Reviews
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
Ideabooks7,434
Questions12
I love your bike rack/storage solution. Did you have to do anything specific or just drill into a stud?
Just pre-drill and screw the hook into the floor joist.
cramped and wet basement into a favorite gathering and entertaining space. The renovations gave the owners a den, laundry room, bathroom with steam shower and a bar-kitchenette.
“Basement” — bensonw
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Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
14 Reviews
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
Ideabooks7,844
Questions9
fasteners did you use? I mean, were they drywall screws... deck-screws...? And what length? Did you also use liquid nails to reinforce? What type of drill-bit did you use? How do I cut the material? Tin-snips? A circular saw fitted with a metal blade? And the trim... what exactly did you use and how did
Shower area in glass for outdoor jacuzzi
“Idée pour sous sol.... Peinturer tout le plafond noir...” — matriver
Excel Builders
15 Reviews
Minneapolis Basement
Ideabooks7,165
Questions14
light was hung with a threaded rod, nut and plate. The plate was mounted to the underside of the sub-floor, the rod was screwed into this. The other end of the rod was ran through the track lighting (we had to drill the holes) and then the nut was screwed on the rod to hold in place. You may need
track lighting in place. Also, make sure to buy track lighting that allows holes to be drilled in track, a lighting store can help with this. If you look at the far end of the light in the picture you can see the rod holding the light up.
“Blackout ceiling” — Chris Taylor
Weidmann Remodeling
6 Reviews
Roswell Basement and Bathroom
Ideabooks199
Questions0
large shower
Curved railing. Iron rods
tile shower
“Fits a design I am working on” — tizwotitiz
EB Designs
1 Review
Wainscott South
Ideabooks2,038
Questions3
fireplace. French doors open from here to the screened outdoor living room with fireplace. An expansive master with fireplace, his/her closets, steam shower and jacuzzi completes the first level. Upstairs, a second fireplaced master with private terrace and similar amenities reigns over 3 additional ensuite
“end piece - stairs” — Kristie Bernhard
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