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Tara Seawright
Bathroom
Ideabooks14,771
Questions16
etc. If you can tell me how to make it look better, I'll tell all my friends about Houzz, my walls are pale green teal, ceiling white, tiles around my bath are barossa vale. thanks a lot
Raise curtain rod and buy longer shower curtain for bigger looking bath
Guest bath - white, tub, sink
kids bath- square floor, subway shower
For Zoe's bath - love bead board but not all the way up. love on ceiling too
and bath toys. Good golly, the bath toys alone need their own cabinet! The cute cupboard over the toilet in this image is the perfect example of using every bit of space possible for storage.
14. Tackle tub toys and shower curtains. Stop moisture-loving mildew from growing in the tub and bath-toy
towels, special soaps, toothbrushes that spin and bath toys. Good grief, the bath toys alone need their own cupboard! The cute cupboard over the toilet in this image is the perfect example of using every bit of space possible for storage.
“Walls for half bath” — frenchy8677
Beckwith Interiors
5 Reviews
Pool House & Wine Cellar
Ideabooks7,376
Questions7
I love this bath towel, where is it from?
Is the Bath tub made out of wood?
3. Keep lovely bath products within reachOnce you’re in the bath, you want to stay in the bath – make the most of your pampering session by placing everything you need on a stool or table next to the bath. Scampering across the floor dripping wet to get that forgotten sponge
5. Bath SanctuaryDesign a relaxing space for Mom to take the ultimate bubble bath. Accessories are key here — candles, plush towels, silky bath oils, soft soaps and sponges should all be laid out. Don't forget to clean the bathroom
right tools, an average bath can become a place for pampering. A new mat, a soft robe and pretty soap dishes can make all the difference in a bathroom's ambience. Decorating tip: Take into account that scent is a huge emotional trigger. Choose subtly scented candles and bath oils that blend, not clash
“wall tile (color)” — nsimak
LEIVARS
9 Reviews
Wimbledon
Ideabooks8,318
Questions11
difficult to shower with this setup? I have a claw foot bath with the typical shower but showering is a pain. Looking for a more practical solution because there is not enough room for a separate shower.
absolutely beautiful and perfect! Who makes the bath/shower fixtures? Thank you!
Great idea for third floor bath; plumbing would have to be flipped.
Bathing beautyThe claw-foot bath was considered a luxury in the 1800s, when early modes of indoor plumbing meant only the very wealthy could indulge in such a pleasure. Now, of course, claw-foot baths are the key to creating a vintage European edge in
roll-top bath looks as warm as the bath water it holds. Find a reclaimed version or check out some of the many new models in this timeless design.
“Jason's bathroom- tiled walls” — kebrenn
Loudoun Custom Cabinets
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Walk Interior Design Limited
2 Reviews
Loft bedroom
Ideabooks1,353
Questions0
seems like a great way to take a bath.
Try a bath-in-bedroom setup. Fitting an extra
Try a bath-in-bedroom setup. Fitting an extra bathroom into a slice of a bedroom is a great idea, and a lot of square footage isn’t needed for it to work effectively. This converted loft space includes a full-length bath that sits
Try a bath-in-bedroom set-up Fitting an extra bathroom into a slice of your bedroom is a great idea, and it doesn’t need a lot of square footage to work effectively. This converted loft space includes a full-length bath that sits directly under a skylight, so you
10. Try a bath-in-bedroom setup. Fitting an extra bathroom into a slice of a bedroom is a great idea, and a lot of square footage isn’t needed for it to work effectively. This converted loft space includes a full-length bath that sits directly under a skylight, so someone
“great idea for my relaxation tub” — Ghannam Alotaibi
Kelly Hoppen London
1 Review
Notting Hill Townhouse
Ideabooks2,416
Questions4
Idea for spare bed en suite behind bath
Backlighting for bath but could also use in other
LIGHTS Bathe by the light of the room This small wall, built to hold the taps and pipework for the bath, makes a great spot for hidden lighting. Fairly bright lights pointing in all directions make this a bathing space that’s perfect for relaxing soaks with no
Bathe by the light of the roomThis small wall, built to hold the taps and pipework for the bath, makes a great spot for hidden lighting. Fairly bright lights pointing in all directions make this a bathing space that’s perfect for relaxing soaks with no danger of dazzling beams.
Take time to light some candles and add scented bubbles to your bath – you’ll feel a million times better when you step out. You could even enjoy a sneaky glass of wine for a totally blissful experience.Check out these blissful white bathing spaces
“Back lights” — danox
Vanni Archive/Architectural Photography
Master Bathroom, Village Townhouse, New York City
Ideabooks7,378
Questions5
Very dangerous having glass shelf right I've hand guards in bath tub
Vanni Archive/Architectural PhotographySave to IdeabookEmail Photo Place bath mats inside and outside the tub. Bath mats help reduce the likelihood of slipping
enough to cover the length of the tub. Also, prepare all bathing equipment prior to bathing and never leave a child alone in bathtub — even for one minute. Tubs filled with as little as 1 inch of water can present a drowning hazard for babies.
bath mats inside and outside of tub, lower hot water temperature
the tub and shower. With a window for bath products that can be reached from both sides.
Where to put bathing stuff for tub????
inside and outside the tub. Bath mats help reduce the likelihood of slipping in and around the tub. Find ones that dry quickly, resist mold and are long enough to cover the length of the tub.Also, prepare all bathing equipment prior to bathing and never leave a child alone in bathtub — even for one minute
“Glass shelf behind tub” — bmwblue
Dick Clark + Associates
3 Reviews
contemporary bathroom ideas
Ideabooks21,274
Questions12
They look a lot like the Bath Art 5044 Tube Bath Bar by George Kovacs: ... Looks like they're in the brushed nickel finish. A very nice, clean look. -Nissa
Not sure of the size but Target has round bath mats in many colors : )
Love this sink/mirror combo for kids bath
Kids bath - like FLOOR TILE ONLY
Maybe white octagonal tile for girls bath
This kids' bath with dual vanities is just a contemporary as mom and dad's. Open storage provides easy access to toiletries and houses colorful towels which also function as decor accents. Polka-dotted bath rugs complete the look for a bath that primed for good clean fun. More: From Tots to Teens: Great
10. Bathroom necessitiesBathing baby would be much easier if you had four arms instead of two. Keeping everything you need within arm’s reach is the next best thing, whether you’re bathing him or her in the sink or wheeling in a portable bath.
“Melisin aynası ve ışıklamdırması” — mineozu
Chantel Elshout Design Consultancy
14 Reviews
Clapham Family Home
Ideabooks3,364
Questions5
Classic bathroom with freestanding bath under the eaves... Rowland Roques-O'Neil rowland@rolypics.com ... m: 07956 915037
Amalfi — Victoria & Albert Baths
Hi, Who makes this bath? is it Victoria and albert? Thanks x
Maria, At Island Bathrooms we also offer a very similar slipper bath by Charlotte Edwards ...
Amalfi tub, Victoria & Albert Baths
Try a tiny tub. Some of today’s roll-top baths have been shrunk so you can squeeze one into even the tiniest bathroom. Make the best use of an awkwardly shaped room by locating your bath underneath the eaves.
roll-top baths have been shrunk so you can squeeze one into even the tiniest bathroom. Make the best use of an awkwardly shaped room by locating your bath underneath the eaves. A teeny space also means you can splurge on luxe materials without breaking the bank.Tub: Amalfi, Victoria + Albert Baths
“Love the tub” — Pamela Wogenstahl
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