11,449 awning install Bath Design Photos

John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Baylor
Ideabooks5,307
Questions8
More construction than design, but I am interested in this type of shower/tub install and can't find any info on how to make sure it is waterproofed properly (only that it is very important to do so!). Any tips/leads/suggestions on
A built-in tub like this is actually much easier to install than a freestanding one. Waterproofing behind and under tubs with little wiggle room can be difficult, so I always suggest that clients install tubs like this, for practicality and cost savings.
A built-in tub like this is actually much easier to install than a freestanding one. Waterproofing behind and under tubs with little wiggle room can be difficult, so I always suggest that clients install tubs like this, for practicality and cost savings. Tip: Make sure your walls
“Lighting” — monicayrealtor
dSPACE Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Master Bathroom
Ideabooks34,133
Questions39
Hello, I think the floating marble bench looks absolutely stunning. We are looking to have a floating bench installed in our (soon to be) new shower stall. Was just hoping you would be able to shed some light as to how this was constructed and installed. Thank you, David
ceiling tile to the wall tile where you put the aluminum channel that held the tape to be recessed? Sorry for all the questions, just looking for best install details. thank you.
Absolutely stunning. We are thinking of using large format tiles on our walk-in shower floor. Our tile installer has cautioned against it because it's harder to create the proper drain slope. How did you overcome this? Aesthetically, I'd rather use the same
“Shades of gray.” — mkwmeritage
Modern Bathroom
Ideabooks9,059
Questions13
great window, is it an aluminum window and the best for shower areas? I am looking for a window just like this one but an awning style
will look in the natural light.Lippage is most noticeable under the cabinets in kitchens when the electrician installs undercounter lighting after the tile is installed. Get those lights installed first!
lippage on the tile and make even properly installed tiles look poorly installed. Obviously this lighting recommendation can be hard to follow, so it's just an aesthetic recommendation. Tip: If you have wall-washing lights or wall lights, get these installed before tiling. If the bathroom lighting includes
Plenty of light is always ideal in bathrooms, but it can draw negative visual attention to tile lippage on walls. I'm sure this was a very tough installation. Look at the natural light washing down the wall! The TCNA recommends that bathrooms have no ceiling lighting within 24 inches of a wall and no
“wall tile” — jyorke19
Joseph Scarpulla - Architect
Sands Point Residence
Ideabooks3,195
Questions3
000, including installation and finish work. Materials From Lowest to Highest Cost (in general): • Vinyl • Aluminium • Fiberglass • Wood • Composite • Glass Block Type of Window From Lowest to Highest Cost (in general): • Fixed • Sliding • Single hung or double hung • Casement • Awning • Glass Block
Composite Glass Block Type of Window From Lowest to Highest Cost (in general): Fixed Sliding Single hung or double hung Casement Awning Glass Block
Aluminum Fiberglass Wood Composite Glass Block Type of Window From Lowest to Highest Cost (in general): Fixed Sliding Single hung or double hung Casement Awning Glass Block
cost around $22,000, including installation and finish work. Materials From Lowest to Highest Cost (in general):VinylAluminiumFiberglassWoodCompositeGlass BlockType of Window From Lowest to Highest Cost (in general):FixedSlidingSingle hung or double hungCasementAwningGlass Block More: See how windows
“BThroom” — mfitzke
Flagg Coastal Homes
5 Reviews
America's Cup Bathroom
Ideabooks54,947
Questions43
The window is an awning,(opens out)
The window is Milgard vinyl awning-type
Notice that a shower curtain or door has not been installed in this bathroom yet. Carefully consider which you choose. For example, a shower curtain might make taking a bath more comfortable, but a clear glass
Notice that a shower curtain or door has not been installed in this bathroom yet. Carefully consider which you choose. For example, a shower curtain might make taking a bath more comfortable, but a clear glass
“shower tile” — Maria R
Mabbott Seidel Architecture
Harlem Residence Master Bath
Ideabooks25,588
Questions26
(scraped) finish. Because it's a small bathroom we were able to install the area outside the shower in a single slab.
A beautiful remodel, love the tile, who makes it, please? (and thanks for taking time to explain the glass wall install)
where all the roughs (the parts inside the wall) are the same and you can install whichever trim you'd like (and can even change the trims in the future). The mirror is custom but you come up with a similar design by installing a partially recessed medicine cabinet and building your own frame around the
actually made for outdoor use and can be installed with or without a guard around them. They're reasonably priced at around $35 each and I just installed a couple on a porch. Hope this helps.
“Bathroom” — jesey22
ID by Gwen
9 Reviews
Mid Century Modern Master Bathroom
Ideabooks279K
Questions77
I have watched the mosture membrane install vidio for a wet room. Where would you install a cable heat system, under the membrane or over.
my husband has als and i need a shower like this one for him how do i find a someone to help with the design and installation
say. It is fixed glass on a U Track? I have a shower that has no door and it is small and confining so I want to tear down one wall 1/2 way and install glass without having to keep part of the framing to attach the glass to. My contractor said it couldn't be done but it looks like it can be. Is that
contractor is beginning are new bathroom reno next week and we have heard from someone else that they find they are cold when showering and wish they had installed a door for full enclosure. Look forward to anyone's comments. Thank you.
“I like this bathrom” — ajfromla
Schmitt + Company/Poor House
Guest Suite & Bath
Ideabooks7,991
Questions9
4. Major plumbing. Two words: water damage. You can probably install a new faucet, a showerhead or even a toilet, but when it comes to the bigger stuff, pro is the way to go. Pipe connections and other trouble spots can spring leaks that may cost you dearly in the long run. Here's a good rule of thumb:
“Wood” — cutronanl
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