2,023 work space Bath Design Photos

ALTUS Architecture + Design
3 Reviews
Kickhaefer Residence
Ideabooks708
Questions5
freestanding tub could work in space dilemma at 4 via presea
“Mirrors on the marble” — luv_the_lake
Phifer Contracting Services
1 Review
Multi-Use Live Work Space
Ideabooks10
Questions0
Multi-Use Live Work Space
“Like the Vanity” — Betsy Wood
Phifer Contracting Services
1 Review
Multi-Use Live Work Space
Ideabooks6
Questions0
Multi-Use Live Work Space
“Tub” — Lucy Joyner
Phifer Contracting Services
1 Review
Multi-Use Live Work Space
Ideabooks1
Questions0
Multi-Use Live Work Space
Carolina V. Gentry, RID
2 Reviews
Pulp Design Studios
Ideabooks92,595
Questions53
Amazing space! Best I've ever seen. Can you tell me what brand tub that is? Victoria and Albert?
When the shower is in use, does the tub also get wet? I'm trying to understand the "wet room" concept. I would rarely use the tub so I don't know if I'm creating more cleaing work for myself with
Will this steam shower and free standing tub work in a 42"x128" area or will it feel cramped in? Of course the tub has to rotate 90 degrees for this dimentions. Thanks!
We did this same concept in a smaller space - 6x7. However the contractor completely messed up the shower floor and I have standing water under the tub and near the shower side. I've spoken with
accurate answer. If you are not working with a designer, we would also be glad to provide you with a consulation if that would be valuable. We want your space to reflect it’s own beauty, and your style. http://pulpdesignstudios.com/client-questionnaire/ See more of our work: http://pulpdesignstudios.com
“Bathroom” — ellenatwood
Arnal Photography
7 Reviews
Forest Hill home
Ideabooks6,667
Questions12
This is a gorgeous space. I love the decorative banding that continues around the room and the way you edged the marble sink. What is the width and height of the columns at
I'm having trouble finding a small one with a back to slip into my dressing vanity space
the space. My work was for the builder, Venetian Group. I was told that the room was designed by Carey Mudford Interior Design in Toronto. Perhaps they may be able to help you further.
I am just the photographer on the project, and as a result can't help you with the sourcing on the space. The
I am just the photographer on the project, and as a result can't help you with the specific details on the space. My work was for the builder, Venetian Group. I was told that the room was designed by Carey Mudford Interior Design in Toronto. Perhaps they may be able
“bathroom drapes” — SandiKay Barber-Alvarez
Change Your Bathroom, Inc.
20 Reviews
Cool Gray
Ideabooks29,963
Questions17
How does one design a "floor drain" to work properly.?
What are the key elements for proper drainage you need to consider when putting in a wall-less/ wall free shower? I believe this would work well in a tiny bathroom but need to convince the powers-at-be that the
So for the second shower, there's no glass to protect water from splashing out? Does it work?
section on the lookers left wall? I'd love to hear your input if a similar layout in a very tiny bathroom (in terms of the tile plan) would help the space feel larger or smaller. What effect were you going for in this situation? Thanks in advance for help!
The tile goes up about 5' on the left wall. I would suggest that whenever you are remodeling in a smaller space use light colored material.
“Bath” — kristiandreassen
Chantel Elshout Design Consultancy
14 Reviews
Clapham Family Home
Ideabooks3,027
Questions5
Stand-alone tub, space similar to ours
May work great if we take in closet under staircase.
the eaves. A teeny space also means you can splurge on luxe materials without breaking the bank.
keep my tub, but look at that counter space under the sink
Incase we have a short ceiling to work with
n to suit her and Michael’s lifestyles. This included creating ‘his and hers’ bathrooms on the top floor. This luxurious bathroom is Chantel’s own space and was designed around the freestanding slipper bath. A window, where the taps are now, was boarded up and replaced by a skylight to draw light down
shrunk so even the tiniest bathroom can squeeze one in. Make best use of an awkward-shaped room by locating your bath underneath the eaves. A teeny space also means you can splash out on luxe materials without breaking the bank, upping the style stakes hugely.
“lindo!” — Juan Gonzalez
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