11,499 AboutSCM Bath Design Photos

SHKS Architects
3 Reviews
Classroom Condominium
Ideabooks12,170
Questions7
thank you! one last question... my bathroom is this layout and about 5 x 7 too. I'm trying to squeeze something other than a pedestal sink in there to the left of the toilet. Doable?
SCM affordable
“Glass” — mconnell12
Kayron Brewer, CKD, CBD / Studio K B
12 Reviews
Master Bath Retreat
Ideabooks130K
Questions101
have about 4-5" beyond the counter, similar to this photo, as well as a half wall on the left side. Do you think beadboard wainscoting would dovetail well with the backsplash? What do you think about the color of wainscoting matching the vanity and trim? This is similar to what I'm talking about: .
see you have chrome faucets with oil bronzed hardware. I love your look but keep hearing I should match everything. Should I not worry about things matching? What about bathroom accessories like towel bars and toilet paper holder?
Can you tell me about the chandelier? thank you.
how is marble as a vanity top in terms of maintenance? love the smooth look, but concerned about water stains, with everyday use. thanks in advance...
“Top” — pmckrail
Icon Developments Ltd
Woodwinds
Ideabooks1,235
Questions3
It was custom made for our clients. If you are interested, send us an email and we can chat about it.
price tags that cannot be easily estimated. Contractors might home in on questions about your existing house and structural system or have some useful feedback about design. Either way, it will yield useful information about what to expect as you move forward.
sign-offs and some information about warranties. It can also have as-built drawings showing mechanical locations, photos of the interior of the home before insulation is installed, manuals for installed equipment and a complete list of subcontractors on the project. Ask about this in advance so you know
track something down or document something yourself. 10. Do you have any concerns about what we have planned, or think something might be a problem once we get started? This question will give you immediate feedback about the feasibility of what you want to do, and if there are any parts of the project
“Yep” — kbaldwin306
Drury Design
19 Reviews
Transitional Master Bath
Ideabooks190K
Questions67
What about the floor stone tiles?
Any clues about where they are from and their name? cost?
What about the floor stone tiles? What are they?
Thanks! Our shower is going over an existing hardwood floor and I'm afraid a "built from scratch" shower will leak! I've heard so many horror stories about that. Thank you again!
You will information about this steam shower already posted here in various discussions: ...
supply all Bath fixtures (shower columns - heads - sprayers, etc; as well as vanities, faucets, etc. Please contact me if you would like to hear more about our product!
“Master bath option” — davidnoble
ART Design Build
3 Reviews
19th St
Ideabooks220K
Questions59
I have a question about Altantic Salt counter top material. I ordered it and it was time delay about 3 weeks ago. what is the current status.
Can I get more details about the rain ceiling tile please.
What are the types of lights used around the low level of the shower? Swimming pool lighting? Manufacturer and any other info about these would be most helpful!
shower wand/thing, but because the bathroom was located in a basement, there was a large window along the long wall from about rib height to ceiling, so the handheld was only mounted at about thigh level. The faucet for the tub and the hand held were both mounted there, in the middle of that long wall - too
Let the future buyers worry about that. you live in the house now. do what you want for yourself. I've seen many houses with the fancy tub and they are all dusty and unused.
“Shower head” — Jessica Perez
ID by Gwen
13 Reviews
Mid Century Modern Master Bathroom
Ideabooks300K
Questions81
generous. :) I am wondering about the wonderful small tiles in the shower, if you could tell me what they are? Also, I will be putting an undermount tub like this one and would love to know what type of mosaic you used on the front panel. thank you so much!!!
Hoe about this shower facuets for this
This batheroom seems to be simple, but also very nice. I like the brickets and the wall color. But how about this faucets at ... ? I like it very much and want to do some changes.
One of the showers is small, with the opening about 34 inches. The other is much larger, but I do not want it to reach from one end to the other, just as it is pictured here.
Monika, So far my clients did not complain about any jiggles.
“Unitaz za stenkoj” — Nadezda Miliukova-Reinikova
Kayron Brewer, CKD, CBD / Studio K B
12 Reviews
Master Bath Retreat
Ideabooks200K
Questions104
I would like to put a vanity storage tower on my counter top but I am worried about water damage and maintenance of the wood. Can you provide any advice or guidance on care and maintenance? Thank you!
This vanity with the towers on the ends is exactly what I am looking to do (but with marble counter and dark wood stained vanity). I have about 100 inches. What size breakdown would you recommend for the towers and 2 sinks? Would you go oval or rectangular sinks? thanks! Beautiful work.
You mention in one of the posted comments about a show in the gallery but I an not finding it. This is exactly what we are looking for. We will also be taking a tub out and putting in a walk in shower
wondering about under counter sinks. Where can i find those?
“Chandelier” — melperry7
Jody Brettkelly
Brettkelly Re-model (Our House)
Ideabooks2,997
Questions2
be considered. They really shouldn’t be an afterthought, especially when they can be such fun design elements. So when planning your project, think about where the hooks, towel bars, toilet paper holders and the like will go so that you can get that all-too-often-overlooked blocking installed in the wall
thing considered. They really shouldn’t be an afterthought, especially when they can be such fun design elements. So when planning your project, think about where the hooks, towel bars, toilet paper holders and the like will go so that you can get that all-too-often-overlooked blocking installed in the wall
Think about where the hooks, towel bars, etc. will be placed for proper blocking within the walls. Also, here are someone's comments I like re: bathrooms... Great
“Fresh feel.” — marieskier
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