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Michelle Hinckley
Bathroom.
Ideabooks26,593
Questions5
Bathroom storage: tall bookshelf with contact paper
organization is key when planning for a tiny house
“Yellow frame chalkboard for their yellow accents....” — Sara Pope
Zuri Custom Homes & Renovations
5 Reviews
Southern Hospitality
Ideabooks1,063
Questions3
white bookshelf
interesting floor plan
“shelves on wall at end of tub” — wmreese
Studio Z Architecture
10 Reviews
Burns Park Addition & Remodeling, 2000 & 2006
Ideabooks7,680
Questions12
I am happy to help! The space between the toilet and the tub in this plan was a happy accident. The layout was somewhat dictated by the existing walls, which are white on the plan I attached. If the wall on the bottom of the plan wasn't jogged, we might have given a bit more space to the vanity area
Floor plan for 2nd floor bath
“Counter color” — dreliza1
Kipnis Architecture + Planning
19 Reviews
Master Bathroom
Ideabooks12,318
Questions11
Photo: Kipnis Architecture + Planning
Kipnis Architecture + Planning
Vanity plan storage
“bathroom colors?” — rorycl
Liz Levin Interiors
Bethesda
Ideabooks142K
Questions67
sink are on one wall to the left as you enter. And the tub is at a right angle to this wall. (you see the tub straight on as you enter the room. I plan to use a shower curtain.) I also have a lower than normal ceiling 7'4". I don't know why but the dark wood mirror looks good. If I use the dark
I used Palladian Blue in my entire downstairs (Open Floor Plan), I absolutely love it! The color actually changes depending on the time of day. We are building another house and I definitely plan on using it again, just haven't decided where :-)
I don't recall the dimensions of the shower- it was part of a new construction house so I didn't have all the plans. There is a tub to the right where the vase sits. A double window there as well above the tub. The water closet/ toilet is to your right not shown.
“Regadera esquinada” — mayo1973
JCA ARCHITECTS
Ranch Remodel
Ideabooks77,922
Questions95
100 watt bulbs, as well as a can over each sink. I need to be able to see those little chin hairs I have to pluck! (please be honest and tell me if my plan too much lighting for that space:)
sit-down vanity, sink. I'll have 4 100 watt sconces on the sides of 3 mirrors surrounded by trim that matches the cabinets. I have a sloped ceiling and plan to use 3, 4" gimbal ring recessed cans to augment lighting. What type of light should be used and how far from the mirror should they be? I'm worried
I am planning to put a linen tower beside my tub, and will have it less deep than counter to help with access into tub (small bathroom). I was going to have it
Here is a plan of the bath with dimensions
“❤️” — lalapopcity
Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
7 Reviews
The Seligman
Ideabooks5,885
Questions5
Photos by Bob Greenspan
“Shape and lip of tub” — sharmareno
Heather ODonovan Interior Design
5 Reviews
Redfern Residence
Ideabooks8,064
Questions8
Wallpaper for bookshelf
“idea fo Hayes. i like the mirrors and wallpaper” — brandiheinz
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