176 work space Bath Design Photos

ConcreteWorks East
Bond Street Residence
Ideabooks2,569
Questions4
private treehouse, as designed by zen retreat. Perfection. Couldn't possibly work without that view though...could it?
One-way windows where we live would work!
Seems like a tight space, simple yet nicee
great, practical and shows off the strip drain. flipped on side for my space, no cityscape.
“Concrete bathroom for easy clean” — starmic
bg architecture
Martin House
Ideabooks2,167
Questions6
Bath against the window and the bench space going over the end of the bath to create a space at the end of the bath
doesn't make the room too dark, mirrored cupboard doors to create more space
It could work in our space...Use of space
“concrete kitchen bench” — mimikwa
House + House Architects
34 Reviews
Casa de Cocinas
Ideabooks3,437
Questions4
counter? Just colored cement? what about the water seepage problem? Does it work in wet areas? Please advice as am looking for a different material for the
BLUE AND GOD JUZTAPOSED WITH GREY--NOW SEE HOW TAN WORKS IN THE COLOR COMBINATION
Bathroom sinks with glass and counter space under it
faucet coming out of wall....save on space
“Mexico” — mitch597
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Indivar Sivanathan
5 Reviews
Contemporary Bath
Ideabooks14,946
Questions12
Fitting a powder room into a compact space, part of a renovation of a condo in San Francisco. Designer: Tina Voigt. Photographer: Indivar Sivanathan
Tadelakt is hand troweled lime plaster. It is water tight , so ideal for wet spaces where this look is desired.
Colour Scheme and smart use if space, love the timbre draw
I love he angled counter allowing for more space in a cramped bathroom like ours.
allows you to create any shape you like, such as this tapered angle for space-saving purposes.
accent lights in the cubby space
“bath tile” — mbpavia
186 Lighting Design Group - Gregg Mackell
21 Reviews
Modern Bathroom
Ideabooks13,438
Questions12
this look and have been looking at different LED mirrors. We have an 8' space that we would like to cover.
during the day or evening. In other words, if you're putting makeup on to go work in an office with fluorescent lighting all day, you'd probably want to put
Sorry I can't give you a "one size fits all" answer, but that's how it works.
Floor to ceiling tiling. False wall great idea if bathroom has space
“Bathroom” — manz13
DeLeers Construction, Inc.
2 Reviews
Hidden Prairie Farm
Ideabooks2,157
Questions5
The outdoor living areas are as important to this home as the interior spaces; covered and exposed porches, field stone patios and an enclosed screen
and tree line. The home’s interior combines rustic timbers and soaring spaces which would have traditionally been reserved for the barn and outbuildings
cedar work...floor shower tile color...vanity ...even for guest b room
i really like the wood work. I would love it if we could do somthing like this in our bathroom or at
“shower entrance and privacy” — anoushscott
C O N T E N T Architecture
3 Reviews
Hermann Loft Renovation
Ideabooks8,817
Questions9
shelving below. Also love brick wall, light fixture, mirror and recessed space behind sink.
them, and they weren’t done to perfection. “Masonry materials, sloppy mortar work, and quick and dirty bricks that are all uneven — it wasn’t deliberate.
them, and they weren’t done to perfection. “Masonry materials, sloppy mortar work, and quick and dirty bricks that are all uneven – it wasn’t deliberate.
“LOVE the sink and shelving below. Also love brick wall, light fixture, mirror and recessed space be” — jasfisher
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
10 Reviews
Sunset Overlook
Ideabooks6,350
Questions12
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the 2x4 structure and in its place use 2x6's ? I dont mind doing the extra work, I do mind having to do it twice...Any comments??
“Love shower tile, floor & wall” — clairepayne25
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