918 arts crafts exteriors Bath Design Photos

Jan Gleysteen Architects, Inc
2 Reviews
Arts & Crafts Bungalow
Ideabooks3,198
Questions4
Arts & Crafts Bungalow
Arts & Crafts style wainscott
“top rail of wanescoting” — wino41
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Fisher Group LLC
16 Reviews
Bungalow Update
Ideabooks4,441
Questions5
popular in Craftsman spaces, but Metzler again suspects it stems from the Arts and Crafts pottery movement. “Plus, it’s just such a nice complement to the dark
That’s why you won’t find a lot of accessories in Craftsman spaces. In “Arts and Crafts or Prairie design, the architecture composition was decorative in and
“Floor tile” — lacyelaine
Craftsman Powder Room
Ideabooks1,877
Questions1
and use of natural materials. Wood was the preferred material in the Arts and Crafts movement, and many artists did amazing things with it.
and use of natural materials. Wood was the preferred material in the Arts and Crafts movement, and many artists did amazing things with it. Just look at
“bathroom style tile color” — jenlrena
Great Rooms Designers & Builders
13 Reviews
Powder Room Vanity & Leaded Glass Window
Ideabooks8,623
Questions12
tiles. “I think of Craftsman as being the antiglitz,” says Metzler. “Arts and Crafts is all about patina and picking materials that look soft even if they
tiles. “I think of Craftsman as being the antiglitz,” says Metzler. “Arts and Crafts is all about patina and picking materials that look soft even if they
“Bead board in half bath.” — mikelowry5
Slightly Quirky Ltd
12 Reviews
Eclectic North London home
Ideabooks9,813
Questions11
Dark tub exterior, tiled flooring under tub area, striking wallpaper.
huge fan of Victorian baths, there no need to hide the exterior because they are beautiful. a complete design
TILE OR STONE UNDER FOOTED TUB - ALMOST A PIECE OF art
creating a square to contain the splash zone. The wood color matches the exterior of the tub making it feel visually connected.
“Stone surround bath splash area with wood everywhere else” — lbartgis
Bruce Palmer Interior Design
8 Reviews
Waterfront Retreat
Ideabooks2,923
Questions4
Art glass window. How was this framed to enable exterior usage?
How was this framed to enable exterior usage?
actually an interior....there is a rear staircase behind this wall full of exterior windows.
art glass window for cabinet fronts in kitchen
“Shelf” — namrats
Hufft Projects
3 Reviews
Heavy Metal
Ideabooks1,159
Questions2
suspended in front of a precast concrete wall to provide reflections of the exterior water feature and courtyard from the master bath sink. Walnut veneers on
suspended in front of precast concrete wall provide reflections of the exterior water feature and courtyard from the master bath sink. Walnut veneers on
suspended in front of a precast concrete wall to provide reflections of the exterior water feature and courtyard from the master bath sink. Walnut veneers on
“thick concrete- for island countertop” — ahadarik
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
fifties split
Ideabooks3,908
Questions5
colors, textures.. everything is brilliant! You've really created a work of art! Is it difficult to light a shoji screen evenly from behind if there isn't
screen is actually this material -- Kalwall - .... It is a translucent exterior wall panel. The wall panel is evenly lit b/c it is lilt from the out-of-doors
translucent wall panel, manufactured by Kalwall. It lets light in from the exterior, while maintaining privacy and a respectable R-value. The square in the
Kawall- exterior wall looks like shoji screen
translucent wall panel, manufactured by Kalwall. It lets light in from the exterior, while maintaining privacy and a respectable R-value. The square in the
“Guest Bath” — shavati73
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