14,766 EasyClosets Bath Design Photos

TOC design
4 Reviews
Hotel Chic
Ideabooks355
Questions1
charismatic character of the clients, and lacked breathing space. By borrowing the ineffective space from their existing “entrance court” and removing all closets thus permitting for a private space to accommodate a large vanity with Jack and Jill sinks, a separate bathroom area housing a deep sculptural tub
art. Designate an area to house a vanity with 2 sinks, separate from toilette and bathing area. OBJECTIVES Remove existing surrounding walls and closets, incorporated same flooring material throughout adding texture and pattern to blend with each surrounding areas. Use contrasting elements, but control
materials such as; solid cherry shaker style pocket doors. Enhance architectural details. Plan for custom storage using ergonomics solutions for easy access. Increase storage at entry to house all winter and summer apparel yet leave space for guest belongings. Create a fully organized and functional
“pocket doors” — hansih
Connor Remodeling & Design, Inc.
4 Reviews
Vintage Flair
Ideabooks62
Questions1
remodel, the room was laid out with a garden tub and small shower located on the West side of the room, and a double vanity flanked by a exposed water closet situated on the East wall. The only available storage consisted of the open space beneath each sink. Counter space was at a premium and was cluttered
of tile. Recessed niches were built into the shower to hold the client’s shampoos and scrubs and a tiled bench was added for ease of use. The water closet, now hidden from view, is strategically located next to the shower wall and features cabinetry above it for additional storage. Separate vanities,
dressing table and a linen cabinet were fabricated as distressed and glazed furniture pieces and moved to the West side of the room. A 30″ wide linen closet with doors and drawers houses necessities and sits adjacent to two vanities separated by a dressing table. The husband’s vanity is flanked by upper
“hummmmm i even like the different fancy makeup area next to the brown with linen” — kathrynbeth
Sylvie Meehan Designs
5 Reviews
Master Bathroom - Perry
Ideabooks218
Questions0
helped to optimize the natural light coming in from the window. By relocating the other walls we were able to turn the two small closets into one large custom walk-in closet. We decided to float the cabinets to make the room feel larger. These also give the room an upscale, contemporary look. This
prefer to have a much larger shower instead. The lady of the house also wanted to have a comfortable area for putting on make-up. There were two closets, but neither of them was large enough to be functional. Removing the wall between the tub and the vanity allowed us to open up the space and make
application of make-up more comfortable whether sitting or standing. Electrical plugs were installed inside the cabinet drawers and on the countertop for easy access. Finally, a small space for a television was created so the clients could stay informed while getting ready in the morning, or to help them
“Great for organizing makeup and jewelry” — alshevade
HERMOGENO DESIGNS
HERMOGENO DESIGNS
Ideabooks1,260
Questions2
toilet -- looks easy to clean around the bottom floor area
It makes a tiny water closet look less claustrophobic.
pictures in the water closet
toilet closet
“Toilet” — beverly1945
Sylvie Meehan Designs
5 Reviews
Master Bathroom - Perry
Ideabooks25
Questions0
helped to optimize the natural light coming in from the window. By relocating the other walls we were able to turn the two small closets into one large custom walk-in closet. We decided to float the cabinets to make the room feel larger. These also give the room an upscale, contemporary look. This
prefer to have a much larger shower instead. The lady of the house also wanted to have a comfortable area for putting on make-up. There were two closets, but neither of them was large enough to be functional. Removing the wall between the tub and the vanity allowed us to open up the space and make
application of make-up more comfortable whether sitting or standing. Electrical plugs were installed inside the cabinet drawers and on the countertop for easy access. Finally, a small space for a television was created so the clients could stay informed while getting ready in the morning, or to help them
“Love the faucet” — shellycox1
Sylvie Meehan Designs
5 Reviews
Master Bathroom - Perry
Ideabooks93
Questions0
helped to optimize the natural light coming in from the window. By relocating the other walls we were able to turn the two small closets into one large custom walk-in closet. We decided to float the cabinets to make the room feel larger. These also give the room an upscale, contemporary look. This
prefer to have a much larger shower instead. The lady of the house also wanted to have a comfortable area for putting on make-up. There were two closets, but neither of them was large enough to be functional. Removing the wall between the tub and the vanity allowed us to open up the space and make
application of make-up more comfortable whether sitting or standing. Electrical plugs were installed inside the cabinet drawers and on the countertop for easy access. Finally, a small space for a television was created so the clients could stay informed while getting ready in the morning, or to help them
“Face basin” — 1morenaza
Blacksheep
Blacksheep
Ideabooks2,583
Questions4
space, vanity, frosted doors, glass door for water closet, color scheme
frosted doors great idea for privacy and easy cleaning
glass walled toilet closet
Closet/shower combo
“Vanity top” — lynnryan
Sylvie Meehan Designs
5 Reviews
Master Bathroom - Perry
Ideabooks11,531
Questions5
helped to optimize the natural light coming in from the window. By relocating the other walls we were able to turn the two small closets into one large custom walk-in closet. We decided to float the cabinets to make the room feel larger. These also give the room an upscale, contemporary look. This
prefer to have a much larger shower instead. The lady of the house also wanted to have a comfortable area for putting on make-up. There were two closets, but neither of them was large enough to be functional. Removing the wall between the tub and the vanity allowed us to open up the space and make
application of make-up more comfortable whether sitting or standing. Electrical plugs were installed inside the cabinet drawers and on the countertop for easy access. Finally, a small space for a television was created so the clients could stay informed while getting ready in the morning, or to help them
“hidden outlet --> is there the possibility to add additional outlets to the bathroom?” — lyan80
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