667 writer space Bath Design Photos

Diana Bier Interiors, LLC
1 Review
Diana Bier Interiors, LLC
Ideabooks36,983
Questions36
How can I build storage in my knee space?
I would like to convert my vanity knee space into cabinets or a pullout hamper. Can you tell me how to build something like that?
I have a similar design for my master bath remodel but will be limited on space for sconces due to mirror size. The bases on these appear to be narrower than most I've seen. Thanks.
Are the vanities custom made? I am looking for a cabinet with drawers measuring 42 or 44 inches to fit freestanding in a 60 inch space. The ones I've seen on the net don't have a choice of tops, all I want is white with black or white or carrara marble top to complement beadboard walls
However, I'd look at the space and sketch something to to scale and then show it to a carpenter. He'd probably have some ideas and then you could work together to add drawer/shelves/hamper as you wish. Or you could measure the space and try to find a cabinet to fit. My storage space was designed by me to
“Bathroom” — dmendivil
Leanne Howlett Design
New Project
Ideabooks2,283
Questions6
BATHROOM REMODEL - Water closets. The minimum space requirements for a water closet are 76 centimeters in width where it is centered in the space, and 61 centimeters of clear space in front of the fixture. It’s advisable to make the width
minimum space requirements for a water closet are 30 inches (76 centimeters) in width where it is centered in the space, and 24 inches (61 centimeters) of clear space in front of the fixture. It’s advisable to make the width a minimum of 36 inches (92 centimeters) and the length of the space in which
width a minimum of 92 centimeters and the length of the space in which the fixture rests at least 152 centimeters.
If your budget and space allow, you might want the water closet to be its own separate room, a setup especially popular in the past three decades. This room should be a minimum
“Dressing area” — lizzie154
Farrell and Sons, LLC
Master Suite Attic
Ideabooks1,338
Questions3
Clever design - how much space is required? Thx.
I Love the use of space.
using tight space to include shower, storage andc windows
nice use of odd spaces
great use of space. colors
shower in tiny space, cool
5. Custom glass shower enclosures and built-in storage are great solutions for difficult spaces, like this attic with a chimney stack and awkward angles.
Good use of space...Small space shower
“Cabinet upstairs kids bath” — hansenmb
Design Harmony
6 Reviews
Sammamish Master Bathroom
Ideabooks1,203
Questions2
functional but also showcase the cararra marble on the wall. Unique glass pendants are a dramatic addition to the space as is the ikat wallpaper in the WC. To finish out the vanity space we added a shallow white upper cabinet for additional storage. BEFORE AFTER AFTER The best part of this remodel
a statement and add a pop of color against the large white wall tiles in the custom shower. Frameless glass creates a custom and modern feel to the space. This small powder bath lacked interest and was quite dark despite having a window. We added white horizontal tongue & groove on the lower portion
and white wood blinds made impact to the small room. We also installed a modern pendant light and a rustic oval mirror which adds character to the space. BEFORE Though this bathroom had a good layout, everything was just really outdated. We added tile from floor to ceiling for a spa like feel. We
“wood grain tile floor” — psikh
Lord Design
10 Reviews
Small Hall Bathroom Remodel in NE Portland, Irvington Neighborhood
Ideabooks445
Questions2
had to move the toilet to get the best flow for the space and we added a clever flip down cabinet door to utilize as counter space when standing at the cool one bowl, double sink. The juxtaposition of the traditional with the modern made this space pop with life and will serve well for the next 100 years
expensive, yet immediately saves you money, home improvements is a hand held bidet sprayer. Ideal for the smaller bathroom as it takes up no additional space and requires no additional plumbing or electrical. The Bidet Sprayer will pay for itself many times over in toilet paper savings which makes this a
Like the double faucet sink, and use of space
possible solution for using space behind the door
“Double sink” — Cara Bagwell
Castro Design Studio
6 Reviews
Northway
Ideabooks22,932
Questions18
fit most sinks comfortably. you could fit two sinks if needed in that amount of space.
The sink is Kohler. I am sorry, I do not remember the model. As for the cabinet, it really depends on your needs and your space.
nice spacing...glass shower right next to tub is nice
nice spaces without the arches over the sinks
“the bathtub at the end of the room, and the huge window above it.” — Sheryl Strayer Boyle
Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
8 Reviews
Hillgrove
Ideabooks16,351
Questions14
I love the vanity! All tha space! How many drawers and cupboards are there in all in the vanity?
I love the vanity with all that space. How many drawers and cupboards are there in all in the vanity. I am currently redoing my bathroom
Dark Wood + White color scheme + window covering + double sink + storage space + extra counter space
on the floor and the light fixture to spark the mix. The simple Roman shade allows natural light to flood in, but dark cabinetry and trim ground the space so that it doesn't feel as though it could float away.
, a transitional space should feel restful. You're going for an air of peace and ease — sure of itself without being brash, calm without being too quiet. If you sense a discordant
“nice-maybe cream or beige granite” — bobnikmac
Marie Flanigan Interiors
7 Reviews
Houston Lakeside Retreat Bathroom
Ideabooks16,436
Questions28
how much room do you need for the sconces and mirrors like in this space? thanks!!
Love the dark tone fixtures against the bright counter space
space for applying makeup
Make up space...Siting space
“Like the vanity in the middle” — jeanetteisley
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