9,580 Built in traditional bunkbeds Bath Design Photos

Keystone Homes
Custom Traditional 2338sqft.
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Glass shower in master bathroom with built in shelves http://pictureperfectdesigns.smugmug.com
Custom Traditional 2338sqft.
built in
Estate Homes Inc
Traditional Master Bath & Closet with Built-ins
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Traditional Master Bath & Closet with Built-ins
built-in storage
“This soaking tub is inviting and timeless.” — Estate Homes Inc
The Cabinet Boutique
Traditional Home 1
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Built-in features allow for storage within the shower that continues the tile design.
Traditional Home 1
Periwinkle Designs
Colorful classic
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Phoenix Photography, Harbor Springs, MI, color, traditional, upscale, cozy, warm, pillows, built-ins, window valance, wallpaper, guest room
“Love the valance” — redhead02
Stanton Homes
4 Reviews
The Summerlyn
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with a deep design, and plenty of space to spread out toiletries and items in the dual built-in alcove shelves. The faucet style and combination of curved and square lines adds modern flair to this more traditional bathroom.
with a deep design, and plenty of space to spread out toiletries and items in the dual built-in alcove shelves. The faucet style and combination of curved and square lines adds modern flair to this more traditional bathroom. See a floor plan or get a cost estimate for this home here: http://www.stantonhomes
“bath backsplash” — crystalkirles
Nordic Kitchens and Baths
2 Reviews
Traditional Bathroom
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Built In Bathtub with TV and shampoo built ins
Traditional Bathroom
traditional bathroom
“Bathtub” — ls0315
Sarah Gallop Design Inc.
27 Reviews
Traditional Bath
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reinforce this feel. The bathtub was rotated to allow for a larger furniture style vanity and linen tower and more open layout. Recessed niches were built in to the tile surround to provide a space for shampoo and soaps.
This 60’s bathroom was in need of some updating that was in keeping with the traditional feel of the rest of the house. Warm neutral colours and materials were used for an inviting feel. A stained glass window was added to give a nod to the past. Antique Bronze plumbing fixtures, and oil rubbed bronze
“big subway tile, alcoves for storage” — Stephanie Huber
Tavoos Khaneh
Bekhradi`s Historical House Rehabilitation
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"The Bekhradi’s House originally was built during the Safavid dynasty (17th century). The house is located in Sonbolestan, one of the oldest neighborhoods in northeast Isfahan. Sonbolestan, also known as Sonbolan, was part of a series of villages in Isfahan named Sepahan. These villages came to exist
section of the remaining Jamilan Palace surrounded by mud-thatched walls on the Northern and Western sides. Jamilan Palace, known as Cholmoun, was built by the Seljuq Dynasty (11-12th Century) in the middle of a large garden in Sonbolestan. The Bekhradi’s House has been registered under the List of
Historical Buildings in Iran. Also this historical building is the first and only Safavid historical house that has been restored and used in Iran for a traditional Inn since 2005. Although the original architectural design has stayed the same but the interior layout and functionality of the house completely
“space?” — gopinathchoyi
Do bunkbeds take up visual space?
Or would the space saved on the floor create more space? It would be in a small room -- 10x12 kid's room -- and partly cover the windows (three long...
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