754 writer space Bath Design Photos

JCA ARCHITECTS
Ranch Remodel
Ideabooks81,858
Questions101
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:)
Fabulous space! Need help with recessed lighting.
I am remodeling my master bath and am looking different configurations. I have 92 inches of space for the vanity.
We really want to replicate this but how would you recommend modifying it for an 84" space? Do you think there would be any way to keep the towers or is our space too small?
maximum use of space for cabinetry and storage! love the look. love the mirror size and great lighting!
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
“Vanity” — hilerhomesi
Kayron Brewer, CKD, CBD / Studio K B
12 Reviews
Master Bath Retreat
Ideabooks200K
Questions104
This bath offers generous space without going overboard in square footage. The homeowner chose to go with a large double vanity and a nice shower with custom features and a shower seat and decided to forgo the typical big soaking tub. The vanity area shown in this photo has plenty of storage within
am recreating this beautiful bathroom the best I can. We will be placing the upper cabinets next weekend. In order to gain the most of the counter space I would like to offset the upper cabinet from the lower, since we have filler on the end of the lower cabinets. Will this look okay?
This looks great, but worry that squeezing this layout into a smaller space would look awkward.
Loved your design so much I'm using it in our MB reno. Shaker style door/drawer faces although only one narrow tower in middle due to space available. Frame around mirrors is 2.5" & mirror height is same as tower height. i have two sconces on each mirror but uncertain as to the appropriate
“Wall color” — mrssueshouse
Kayron Brewer, CKD, CBD / Studio K B
12 Reviews
Master Bath Retreat
Ideabooks130K
Questions100
How did you handle spacing with the sconces and the side cabinets? How much space is between the sconce and the cabinet?
without a tub but with nice size shower with bench as you describe here. Can you share the approximate dimensions of the total bath space, the length of this vanity and the space allowed for the toilet.? thanks!
How deep and wide are the towers. Also, how much space did you leave between the wall and sink(where towers sit) and then between each sink?
Trying to replicate this look with an existing 98 inch vanity. I'm concerned that I need to get the trim proportions right and not crowd the space needed for the wall sconces/shades to maintain the beautiful balanced look you created. Absolutely LOVE it!
“Cabinets and hardware” — jalderman
Luke Gibson Photography
7 Reviews
Venice Craftsman
Ideabooks890
Questions5
freeing up counter space and eliminating the accumulation of soapy residue.
Soap holders hang over the edge of this trough sink, freeing up counter space and eliminating
Soap holders hang over the edge of this trough sink, freeing up counter space and eliminating the accumulation of soapy residue.
Sink, soap holders, faucet raised up but still a space lower for other items and they won't fall in the sink
Soap holders hang over the edge of this trough sink, freeing up counter space and eliminating the accumulation of soapy residue.
“Sink” — Rose Cabral
Mahoney Architects
3 Reviews
Master Suite Remodel
Ideabooks1,455
Questions4
Space saving and space utilizing. Counter space too!
good idea with corner sinks if not enough space in baths
Interesting use of space; possibility for master bath? (Even though I said we didn't use two sinks...)
Double sinks with space alotted
Use of space
“Corner sinks but how do u fit” — michelledu4
Domiteaux + Baggett Architects, PLLC
4 Reviews
University
Ideabooks4,071
Questions6
Love this space! So fresh! We have this paper (and other colorways) available in our shop. Here is a link. Hope this helps! http://shopmaddieg.com/catalog/product/view/id/100855/s/shadow-vine/
Linen cabinet with open space for towels.
Linen set back for door space
Like the open towel space
Sufficient space...Set up slim space...towel space
“bathroom” — kitchenneednew
Brett Webber Architects, PC
2 Reviews
Geist Studio House, Whidbey Island, Washington
Ideabooks3,782
Questions5
2" rim with tight space like us
Great idea for master bath with not a lot of space
Shower and tub using minimal space
bath and shower fitting in space
It is able to fit in the small space.
Small tub with adjacent stall shower--probably too space consuming for our bathroom
Tight space for tub
“Tub” — cbhagg
Xstyles Bath + More
4 Reviews
Hockeytown USA
Ideabooks23,597
Questions11
I am doing a similar layout but am thinking of making sink vanity 24" in depth and the vanity 20" in depth because I have some space concerns.
Make up vanity with drawer space on right and cabinets on left
Makeup vanity with drawer space on the right and cabinet space on the left
Dark wood, sit down vanity space
“Corner” — marciewatkins
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