6,398 Linear Drain Bath Design Photos

Ceramiques Hugo Sanchez Inc
4 Reviews
Modern style bathroom with linear drain
Modern style bathroom with linear drain
Modern style bathroom with large format porcelain tiles and a curb-less shower . With the new Schluter-Kerdi drain.
Where can I purchase this slim trench drain at?
bar drain concept but tile too bland
Is this a drain?!? I like it!
Like: Linear drain for shower Dislike: Brown
A tile-top linear drain is one of the hottest looks now and one of my clients' preferred choices. This shower, set by Ceramiques Hugo Sanchez, showcases the polished look that's possible with modern drains.An opening of at least 2.48 square inches or 1,600 square millimeters is recommended. Smaller openings
look nicer, but they will affect the flow rates of these drains.Tip: Clean these tile-top drains regularly to keep the flow rates at optimum levels. Hair buildup around the drain's waste pipe can choke the air needed to keep the shower drain flowing properly.
“Liner drain so no normal drain hole” — judithpattison
Shower Picture
carefully when installing a linear drain from Proline, Schluter
this looks inside the drain when the strainer or grill
How did you set the drain against the wall?
When you say to pack out the wall after the drain is set, do you mean to pack the wall out after you put in the liner. How do you pack out te wall on top of the liner? Can you show me a diagram? Torry Manzo
what do you call this type of drain ?
smaller than the standard clamping drains which are something like 6 1/2 inches wide (e.g. the Sioux Chief sold at Home Depot). This makes them too large when trying to set the linear drain right against the wall. This is because you want the outside of the linear drain to rest up against the tile on
“shower drain along edge instead of hole in middle” — refreshcs
ACO Systems, Ltd.
1 Review
Discreet Shower Linear Drain
be filled in with the same finish material as the rest of the shower floor. The result is a discreet drain that allows the water in through the slot formed betwen the cover and the edge of the drain body.
Linear Drain allows for large format tiles
Linear shower drain - discreet design with tile infill cover
Its called a "discreet shower linear drain"
1/16" above drain so water falls off the edge of the tile and into the drain.
Aco shower drain keep tiles 1/16 to 1/8 above drains edge
like the drain slot for shower
edge of the tile and into the drain.
such a good idea to have a linear drain - looks great
add traction.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, so the soap suds and water can fall off the edge of the tile and into the drain.
“love it linear shower drain” — pchefkay
Loudoun County Premier Home Builder
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Tarkus Tile, Inc.
23 Reviews
Tarkus Tile, Inc.
I like the linear drain pattern.
The right drain choice. Waterproofing a shower is only one part of the equation; getting the right drain for the shower is key as well.The shower often dictates the drain choice. In this photo the linear drain from Noble Company was installed right at the wall and has an offset drain location. For various
various reasons, a center outlet drain might not have worked in this installation. An offset drain like this can help expand a shower's usable space if it can be done without moving existing drain lines.
“Drain” — kalinasteve
BY DESIGN Builders
14 Reviews
Linear drain in walk-in shower
standard drains. Never to place a circular drain in the
Is there a cleanable hair trap in that drain?
here is the ProLine strainer website: http://www.quickdrainusa.com/linear-drain-covers-strainers.php We also install a drain called quARTz by ACO (photo below) and they have an optional hair strainer that fits into the drain body below the stainless grate. A word of caution: if a hair strainer is used
Great question! This specific drain is by ProLine QuickDrain and the stainless grate is considered to be the strainer. From ProLine, "Quick Drain systems are very easy to clean. The drain cover is removable and even the waste pipe is accessible for cleaning whenever needed." For more information, here
“Linear drain” — ichadab
BY DESIGN Builders
14 Reviews
Linear drain in walk-in shower
standard drains. Never to place a circular drain in the
How complicated (expensive) is the plumbing when replacing a former tub drain with a linear drain?
have purchased a number of drains from By Any Design ltd and highly recommend them.
If you choose the tile insert drain top I include prepping this base for tile. Here is how I prep the ACO drain for tile: http://no-curb.blogspot.ca/2013/08/how-to-prepare-your-new-aco-linear.html
Linear drain in walk in shower
Pro line linear shower drain ADA compliant
Good idea for the drain
“for walk-in shower” — dolfinluvr
9 Reviews
Modern Open Concept Bathroom - featuring a concrete floor and curbless shower
is a totally beautiful, modern, open concept bathroom, featuring a concrete floor, a curbless shower and a linear drain - all the concrete (floor finishing, sloped shower concrete pad, linear drain concrete tile) was finished and customized by MODE CONCRETE. This concrete sloped shower pad provides
provides the perfect balance of functionality and contemporary design, by cleverly using and disguising the linear drain with a custom concrete tile. Photo by MODE CONCRETE
linear shower drain with concrete insert
oh! i do so wish i could afford these drains.
Concrete floor with linear shower drain
Love the infinity drain. I like the ones that take your tile best.
Concrete shower floor with linear drain instead of a curb
“Curb less shower” — breefails
Modern Bathroom
Hi, I have an existing Techo Bloc courtyard. I would like to put a shower against the house. The courtyard is pitched. instead of a raised shower with a pan, I would like to just walk straight in. Can I use a linear drain, fitting it into the
dimension and a horizontal channel drain along the back 7' wall. Is the builder correct that there must be a small drop at the transition between the bathroom floor and the shower pan?
I'm building a new home and I have a zero clearance shower (recessed floor). Plumbing rough-in is already complete. Is it possible to use a channel drain now considering the floor has not been floated out yet?
Thank you for the help QuickDrain!
I'm not sure the material used for this picture. I believe it a Porcelain tile. I have noticed after installing dozens of these linear drains that when picking a tile it is important to consider the path the water takes to the drain. An offset path like this needs
“Drains” — topvegcal
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