71,148 blinking lights Bath Design Photos

John Whipple - By Any Design ltd.
40 Reviews
Three of a kind
Ideabooks1,129
Questions1
This towel warmer is made by Heirloom - the towel bars made by this New Zealand company are best in class as far as I'm concerned. They have no blinking lights, no Red switches, no plumbing needed and no restrictions on placing a wet towel on them like so many other models.
See I like that glass in bathroom, let's light in.
“heated towel bars” — donnakg
Linda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
17 Reviews
Lake Residence
Ideabooks4,012
Questions7
base board, subway tile, and chair rail: Crossville Tile Inc. Savoy Gloss Collection / color: Linen Liner: Sonoma Tile Makers Tantrum collection Blink Liner / color River The listello is a custom designed piece manufactured by Galleria Marble per drawings and stone selection. It is a water jet mosaic
board, subway tile, and chair rail: Crossville Tile Inc. Savoy Gloss Collection / color: Linen Liner: Sonoma Tile Makers Tantrum collection Blink Liner / color River The listello is a custom designed piece manufactured by Galleria Marble per drawings and stone selection. It is a water jet mosaic
board, subway tile, and chair rail: Crossville Tile Inc. Savoy Gloss Collection / color: Linen Liner: Sonoma Tile Makers Tantrum collection Blink Liner / color River
“Tile” — jenzuro
LEIVARS
9 Reviews
Battersea
Ideabooks1,897
Questions3
Little lights at the base of the wall . Same colour tile floor and wall
low level floor lighting in shower area
Wow with a wet areaBlink and you might almost miss it… This sheer, frameless glass screen is practically invisible against the muted ‘greige’ floor and wall tiles in this wet room. The wall-mounted, ‘floating’ vanity basin keeps up the streamlined styling.
“Wall tiles” — russk72
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
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David Sharff Architect, P.C.
12 Reviews
Victorian Restoration
Ideabooks5,830
Questions7
My bathroom window opens to the street and I want some privacy while still letting in some light and still keeping the option of opening the window.
Thank you for your inquiry - this is a custom shutter by Hunter Douglas. Best of luck ~ it's a great way to let in light yet you can have complete privacy in a blink of an eye!
color of cabinets, wall and light counter tops...LIKEY
“bathroom layout” — smalamud
Capricorn Engineering & Drafting Services
Sterling Home
Ideabooks193
Questions0
Blink Photography
pendant light
“Same as ours” — ceejay8
Mosby Building Arts
43 Reviews
Modern Master Bath
Ideabooks200
Questions0
I like the tile, bath/ shower, sink, lighting, fixtures and window treatments in this bathroom.
wall lighting
“Quartz tops” — wenscape
Camber Construction
Bath
Ideabooks1,847
Questions7
where did you get the light fixture?
what is the name of the lighting manufacturer
Who sells the lights over the mirror in this photo. I see that
Also, where can you buy light fixture?
We carry the bathroom lights at Form + Function. We usually stock all sizes, since they are SO popular.
Medium cabinet, light counter top and light floors
“sonneman sconces, stone tile wall, colors” — bananashorts
Scott Haig, CKD
5 Reviews
Master Bath
Ideabooks7,479
Questions13
What color temperature are the lights around mirrors?
How did you achieve the backlit effect in the niche? What light source did you use?
Can you tell me what the specs are for these tiny recessed lights? Is there a rule of thumb as to spacing in a bathroom? Thank you. This is a beautiful space.
Could you tell me what type of light did you use to illuminate the opening? Is there a on/off switch? Is the blue color the only one available?
How can we acheive this mirror lighting effect please?
for the lights. Regarding the backlit vanity lights, they remind me of the mirrors they have in Banana Republic dressing rooms! Believe it or not, they are quite flattering. It's the same idea - the full length mirror is held away from the wall a few inches, enough room to mount flourescent lights behind
“led backlit mirrors” — Donna Harvey
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