7,951 8 Inch Bath Design Photos

ACO Systems, Ltd.
1 Review
Discreet Shower Linear Drain
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height about 1/16 to 1/8 inch above the drain's edge, so the soap suds and water can fall off the edge of the tile and into the drain.
This shower also has a long linear drain from ACO. When you're having a linear drain installed, ask to keep the tile height about 1/16 to 1/8 inch above the drain's edge
1/16 to 1/8 inch above the drain's edge, so the soap suds and water can fall off the edge of the tile and into the drain.
Larger tile can be slippery. Floor tile that's 2 by 2 inches or 4 by
to keep the tile height about 1/16 to 1/8 inch above the drain's edge, so the soap suds and water can fall off the edge of the tile and into the drain.
Large scale tile and linear drain in shower from ACO, Tile height should be 1/8 - 1/16" above drain so water falls off the
“love it linear shower drain” — pchefkay
Shannon Ggem ASID
13 Reviews
California Collected
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the turquoise isn’t shy, either. The 12- by 8-inch subway tiles put a playful spin on a classic, while the glass knobs mix in touches of tradition and glamour.
12 x 8 inch subway tiles for bathroom walls.
poolhouse bathroom has a playful, bohemian California vibe. The curtain offers a fun, graphic punch, and the turquoise isn’t shy, either. The 12- by 8-inch subway tiles put a playful spin on a classic, while the glass knobs mix in touches of tradition and glamour. Shower curtain: Anderson Design Group
poolhouse bathroom has a playful, bohemian California vibe. The curtain offers a fun, graphic punch, and the turquoise isn’t shy, either. The 12- by 8-inch subway tiles put a playful spin on a classic, while the glass knobs mix in touches of tradition and glamour.Shower curtain: Anderson Design Group for
“colotful” — yrdl22bath
Mediterranean Bathroom
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3. Eight-inch-spread faucet. One of the most popular styles today, the 8-inch-spread faucet (also measured from one handle center to the other) comes in many styles and materials. From metal to marble to crystal, the options are almost endless. You can find an 8-inch-spread faucet in popular
“accessories” — sdoser
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Alison Kandler Interior Design
7 Reviews
Farmhouse
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They are 8" concrete tiles made by Redondo. Any high end tile store should carry them. They come from Mexico and are really inexpensive. Just be warned, they do show stains.
In her daughter’s bath, colorful 8-inch encaustic tiles play with scale and create a cheerful pattern underfoot. Kandler had the outside of the claw-foot tub painted baby blue to match the flower-shaped vessel sink.
colorful 8-inch encaustic tiles play with scale and create a cheerful pattern underfoot.
Alison Kandler Interior Design They are 8" concrete tiles made by Redondo. Any high end
colorful 8-inch encaustic tiles play with scale and create a cheerful pattern underfoot. Kandler had the outside of the claw-foot tub painted baby blue to match the
“LOVE FLOOR” — cobbitty
Mabbott Seidel Architecture
Harlem Residence Master Bath
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help me to design my bathroom size 6ft. x 8ft.
experience may be skewed because we're in NYC but I'd budget approximately $1500 for 1/2" thick, "Starphire" or "low iron" glass. You could get away with 3/8" thick but the 1/2" is nicer. "Low iron" glass is also more expensive than typical float glass because it goesn't have the slightly green/blue cast that
The shower width is 2'-8" from wall to glass. The length is the same as the bathroom, 5'-4". It's not the biggest shower but for a NYC apartment it's comfortable. Hope this helps
right down to the 1/8 inch. Most tubs are 60 inches wide, and this is a great width for a shower. The depth is the kicker. Aim for at least 32 to 34 inches from the finished tile wall to the future glass shower door. You will also need to to have a finished ceiling height of 80 inches minimum and a shower
“Tub conversion” — lrparks491
On Time Baths
9 Reviews
Austin 360 Bathroom Remodel
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floor is approximately 3 feet 6 inches X 3 feet 6 inches, the the bath tub is 5 feet 6 inches long and the overall length of the tub deck is approximately 8 feet long
The material on the shower bench and under the tub is 3 cm Cambria and color Bradshaw, The 12X 24 inch tiles are from Stone solutions
solutions and its SS PGHL00. The shower floor is from Travis Tile and its 5/8 inch X 5/8 inch Riverstone and the deco is the same but only Riverstone Linear
is 3 cm Cambria and color Bradshaw, The 12X 24 inch tiles are from Stone solutions and its SS PGHL00. The shower floor is from Travis Tile and its 5/8 inch X 5/8 inch Riverstone and the deco is the same but only Riverstone Linear” “cambria bradshaw granite”
“Tile” — manda35
MAK Studio
1 Review
MAK Studio - Upper Terrace
Ideabooks25,024
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behind the tub, and the shower wall. The contractor wants to use a different pattern above the accent line. Can you suggest anything? There are also 8x8, 8x16 tiles available.
I'm trying to size a soaking tub in a San Francisco house where inches count. :) What is the length of this tub and how much space is at the ends of the tub? Thanks!
tile layout is assuming a 12-inch by 24-inch tile is in fact 12 inches by 24 inches. Most tile is sold in European sizing, and the tile size is 30 centimeters by 60 centimeters. This size could also have a grout joint factored in, so your tile could be closer to 11 3/8 inches. By purchasing a good sample
Determine how much space you have to work with. Is there enough room to place it a few inches away from the wall? Will it fit through your doors and stairways? Measure and then measure again.
“This tub” — ivansss
S.M. CONTRACTING INC
1 Review
Beach Ct
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For a hand­held shower con­trol, con­sider the nat­u­ral arch of the cord. I've found the cords want to curve at roughly 8 inches (20 cen­time­ters). No­tice the per­fect place­ment of the shower's hand­held cord in this photo. It lines up with the
For a handheld shower control, consider the natural arch of the cord. I've found the cords want to curve at roughly 8 inches (20 centimeters). Notice the perfect placement of the shower's handheld cord in this photo. It lines up with the temperature control in middle, and the hose connects to the wall
“The place where soap is kept” — neetibhargav
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