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Whimsical, fun... Comic book themed perfect for children's bathroom
the room is themed perfect for a little kid
signage ideas for little boy's section of bathroom
would make neat closet doors in superhero room
Cute idea to incorporate doors into bathroom theme
The telephone doors but I would only use in a play room, maybe
Haddad Hakansson LLC
Vintage Powder Room
This was purchased from Monique's Bath Showroom in Watertown, MA but I am sure it can be purchased from any reputable decorative plumbing supply vendor.
nice for powder bath but we need to keep in mind our children will not be able to see mirrors in any bathrooms where we use wall mount handles ;(
tiles like this for powder room
Great idea for down bath sink
Wall Mounted faucet; too high (splashy I would think) but good idea.
really cool sink design, would be cool in a powder room
This incredible copper tub's ribbed plinth and hammered surface are enhanced by its solid copper rings, which give it a...
Add grandeur to your bathroom with the stunning and spacious 72" Montgomery Double Vanity. Perfect for two, this...
Room to Grow
bath for the children. The design challenge for our team was how to find a way to create both a Master Bath and a Family Bath out of the existing Family Bath, Master Bath and adjacent closet. The solution had to consider how to shrink the Family Bath as small as possible, to allow for more room in the master
space to achieve the desired solution. The Master Bath design included cabinetry and arched doorways that create the sense of separate and distinct rooms for the toilet, shower and sink area, while maintaining openness to create the feeling of a larger space. The sink cabinetry was designed as a free-standing
elements such as the vanity and the mirrors give a more contemporary twist to the period style of these elements of the otherwise small basic box-shaped room thus contributing to the visual interest of the space. Photos by John Horner
ART Design Build
What's the size for a room like this and the cost ?
Don't forget children need to be bathed in a bath tub. So maybe the master bath has a shower only but a downstairs or regular full bath in another room.
Mu husband and I were discussing this bathroom idea because we love it. However, the cost is way out of the ballpark for us. We figured, this could be recreated at a fraction of the price. I can't imagine anyone needs $8000 worth of fixtures to make a decent job of recreation. And, if your handy and
house that had a rain-on-your-head shower, I must say that this is really a feature you should try before you buy. I always thought it was a weird idea, and when I actually tried it, I *hated* it. Might be ok for men who just want to get in there and wash their whole selves in one quick go, but I have
Arch-Interiors Design Group, Inc.
West Hills Master Bathroom Retreat
I love the design of the handles on the vanity. Who makes them and/or where can I find like designs? Asian decor is hard to come by in the everyday world.
How was the bamboo anchored in with screws or was the piece put together whole and inserted in the room?
really cool idea for a room separator idea
Love the bamboo posts in the rocks.....great idea for a screen somewhere
Outdoor screen idea like vanity also
maybe between two other rooms, love the idea
Like the bamboo but I'd do them all straight fir room divider
Walk Interior Design Limited
would fit in back room upstairs
Try a bath-in-bedroom setup. Fitting an extra bathroom into a slice of a bedroom is a great idea, and a lot of square footage isn’t needed for it to work effectively. This converted
This has nothing to do with my house but I love this idea for the right room! Reminds me of Europe.
Try a bath-in-bedroom set-up Fitting an extra bathroom into a slice of your bedroom is a great idea, and it doesn’t need a lot of square footage to work effectively. This converted loft space includes a full-length bath that sits directly under a skylight
10. Try a bath-in-bedroom setup. Fitting an extra bathroom into a slice of a bedroom is a great idea, and a lot of square footage isn’t needed for it to work effectively. This converted loft space includes a full-length bath that sits directly under
Coop 15 Architecture
near three children’s bedrooms. The oldest daughter is in college; her room also functions as a guest bedroom. A second guest room, plus another bath, is in the lower level, along with a media/playroom and an exercise room. The original carport is down there, too, and just inside there is room for the family
remove shoes, hang up coats, and drop their stuff. The focal point of the home is the flowing living/dining/family/kitchen/terrace area. The living room may be separated via a large rolling door. Pocketing, sliding glass doors open the family and dining area to the terrace, with the original outdoor
cabinets we've had are dark, and you can't really see the texture or grain of the wood, this would be a really nice change for us, and would lighten up the room. Right now, we have the advantage of those huge north facing windows that we will lose going forward.
Keri Morel Designs
Childrens jack and jill style bathroom. White subway tile walls with glass accent tiles. Flooring in a plank style tile (wood looking). To save space, used lots of pocket doors. Glass block half wall for water closet. Custom made pine bench, linen tower and wall mirror. Kohler pedestal vanities and plumbing