76 steel base Bath Design Photos

Oceanside Glasstile
11 Reviews
Private Residence, Newport Beach CA
Ideabooks7,661
Questions8
Looks like the tub face is clad in stainless steel. By my rough count of the 1" tiles on the wall, the tub space is about 72"
sanded grout: Delorean Gray. . however, grout should really be picked based on the design aesthetic trying to be accomplished.
too. Would probably go for a claw tub instead. Seems like the stainless steel would get dirty easily. (Also a little kitchen like.)
“Cool tub!” — Eric Mac Intyre
dSPACE Studio Ltd, AIA
5 Reviews
Master Bathroom
Ideabooks41,134
Questions48
account for enough steel and concrete to accommodate the weight of a person sitting on the bench. The marble we used is 3/4" thick with a steel support pan
waterproofing membrane, self-leveler, thin set, and tile. The stainless steel linear drain was strategically located under the floating bench to provide
to hold the mortar. However, behind the wall, we added a large structural steel beam to account for the overturning force due to added weight on the bench
is cantilevered from the back as you suspected and the seat attaches to steel supports inside the wall. Thank you for the question and good luck with
“Ceiling with chandelier” — karenpsyme
The Robert K. Higgins Company
Private Residence / Saint Simons Island, GA
Ideabooks1,002
Questions1
I'm not sure. We only handled the steel windows in this picture. Wish I could be of more help dreamycc.
Love this galvanized steel custom Window and door co
tile on the base of the tub...love the tile on the base of the tube...Tile at base of tub
“Curtains by tub” — Regina Seward
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Zakrzewski + Hyde Architects
2 Reviews
Soho Penthouse
Ideabooks8,414
Questions10
What material was used for shower walls and base please?
Steel troweled cement plaster is my guess. There's a good bit of it by John Lum if you search. This apparently is stucco, unfinished
steel troweled cement plaster. stucco, unfinished, can be sealed and colored -
concrete shower base
“szín” — pooncy
JCA ARCHITECTS
1 Review
Ranch Remodel
Ideabooks91,379
Questions111
reply. We have 9'-8" and I had originally sketched the towers at 12" wide. Based on your response I'm sure we'll get a better result in terms of scale as
towers at each side are approx. 1'-4" wide.The vanity/sink portion of the base cabinet is 22 deep". It steps back slightly at each side where the drawers
“drwaers” — mklopfer
Modal Design
Walnut Residence
Ideabooks3,484
Questions7
cutting outfit and another that will bend the steel for you.
The Cor-ten panels are mounted on to mild steel tubes.
Any good steel supplier should have access to Cor-ten. As for the custom cutting and shaping
Cor-ten window panels. They cut with lasers at a steel plant
“Light patterns created by screen, in this case, a window screen.” — Alyse Lansing Garden Design
Contemporary Bathroom
Ideabooks381
Questions1
blackened steel box. The doors are also a blackened steel panel with a continuous hinge and a frame for the beveled mirror. It is supported with steel threaded
“tub with shower head and sweet faucet” — raymefrohaug
ID by Gwen
15 Reviews
Mid Century Modern Master Bathroom
Ideabooks330K
Questions86
How the shower built ie is there a base . Also who is the shower glass supplier
How did you prevent the shower base from being slippery ?
Great shower, can I use a 6" tile base (lip) on floor instead of flat?
Maybe next time try siliconing the base instead of the u-channel... it distracts the eye and clogs up with muck over
“Design & color” — matirol
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