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Sam Van Fleet Photography
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Puget Sound beach cabin
Ideabooks6,398
Questions7
what are the dimensions of the space? I have a cabin that I would like to incorporate
It's a pretty tight powder room. Not exactly my favorite space in the cabin.
sconce is from. You may try to locate the designer, Gary Volk of Northwest spaces. I'm not sure if he is still in business…
like the open bottom to store towels - great for small spaces
feel of this - especially for tiny space (powder room).
great use of space for 1/2 bath
“Location under stairs?” — katterbach
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Powder Room Vanity & Leaded Glass Window
Ideabooks8,479
Questions12
would recommend looking at beadboard samples to make sure you like the spacing between beads. The flat stock used was 3"H and was capped off using 3/4"x
“I think of Craftsman as being the antiglitz,” says Metzler. “Arts and Crafts is all about patina and picking materials that look soft even if they may
Think of Craftsman as being the antiglitz. Arts and Crafts is all about patina and picking materials that look soft even if they may
copper light and faucet fixtures that darken with age work well in Craftsman spaces, because they offer a slightly worn look that complements wood elements
“I think of Craftsman as being the antiglitz,” says Metzler. “Arts and Crafts is all about patina and picking materials that look soft even if they may
“vanity” — Deborah Osherow
Seavey Builders, Inc.
2 Reviews
Rosehill
Ideabooks9,479
Questions9
featured in an article titled, "The Language of Arts & Crafts" in the current issue of Arts & Crafts Homes, Winter, 2015; pages 54-61. In addition to this
Could handle a small space that is this dark but not too much
one-of-a-kind tiles are hallmarks of Craftsman spaces. Metzler says they’re an extension of the Arts and Crafts pottery movement. “These individual tiles were
“windows” — dianetak
Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture
4 Reviews
East Village Studio
Ideabooks51,560
Questions39
did you buy the glass door/wall panel? Such a great use of such a small space!
tile that you used? You did an absoultely spectacular job with the limited space. In a word GORGEOUS! Thanks for sharing the photo
is the toilet I think it is, this toilet is an ideal choice for a tight space,, it comes in at a slender overall width of 14 3/16" Check out Duravit
Floating vanity - gives illusion of more space; offers niche for scale
small space use light colors and no handles
vanity float above the hex tiles, leaving the floor space open. Tip: Continuity in design gives a small space a sense of cohesiveness. The wall-mounted faucet
marriage of mirrors and glass in this studio's bathroom gives the illusion of space — even though the area is no more than 24 square feet. The Stark 3 Duravit
fixtures in wall to create more space
“girls bath” — jacog73
Annabelle Chapman Architect Pty Ltd
4 Reviews
Bilgola House
Ideabooks1,397
Questions3
Make more space Gain extra bench space by running your vanity benchtop over the end of the bath. The space below can be used to store your beauty products
Make more space Gain extra bench space by running your vanity benchtop over the end of the bath. The space below can be used to store
Make more spaceGain extra bench space by running your vanity benchtop over the end of the bath. The space below can be used to store your
Make more spaceGain extra bench space by running your vanity benchtop over the end of the bath. The space below can be used to store your
Decorating Tricks to Make Small Bathrooms Work HarderHow to Gain Valuable Space in Tiny Bathrooms
“Make more space Gain extra bench space by running your vanity benchtop over the end of the bath. The” — livinthe5045
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Pickering
Ideabooks8,991
Questions16
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Consider an open shower You want a separate shower and bathtub but you only have a narrow tight space? Consider an “open shower”
side by side tub and shower in common space.
tub and shower share the same space - great for deep spaces; makes shower feel less cramped.
Space saving and contemporary. This bath needs to be extra deep to
shower. You want a separate shower and tub but you only have a narrow, tight space. Consider an "open shower" that places the tub after the shower, as shown
showerYou want a separate shower and bathtub but you only have a narrow tight space? Consider an “open shower” that places the tub after the shower, as shown
Shower bath combo use of space
“Our bathroom” — erincarter
Avalon Interiors
8 Reviews
Thornhill Reno
Ideabooks260K
Questions70
and one off master bedroom, am looking for some designs with my limited space. thankyou
hey we are to make new bathroom. how can i make it with a small space and with same flooring?..regards gitika
normal size bath and shower combination. Did you go into interior wall space to achieve the extra foot or so to make the cabinet/shelves? I have a bathroom
and shower, ugly one piece thing from the 80's. Plumbing is in an 18 inch space set out from the main wall. Is the plumbing behind this wall unit?
Is there a question here? This space is reserved for that.
of some simple shelving in my bathroom. I like what you have here BUT my space is a corner ; 13 feet on one side and 14 feet on the other wall. My need
“small bath shower” — Staged by Deb
Feinmann, Inc.
16 Reviews
Room to Grow
Ideabooks33,816
Questions41
needed to create a space that had the sensibility and sophistication to match the contemporary Master Suite with the limited space remaining. Working
A growing family and the need for more space brought the homeowners of this Arlington home to Feinmann Design|Build. As was common with Victorian homes
original floor plans from 1886, our skilled design team reconfigured the space to achieve the desired solution. The Master Bath design included cabinetry
sink area, while maintaining openness to create the feeling of a larger space. The sink cabinetry was designed as a free-standing furniture piece which
undermount sinks. If there's enough space I wanted to have a dressing table/counter between but may not have enough space to do that.
“Vanity” — Beth Bledsoe
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