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Diana Bier Interiors, LLC
1 Review
Diana Bier Interiors, LLC
Ideabooks36,250
Questions36
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
the one sink, no middle). The vanity will be up against the wall to the right but not to the left, to accommodate the shower door opening. Need some design help! Do you think it would look better to subway tile up the wall to a chair rail and have that be the backsplash or do you think a marble vanity
Love your bathroom! I will have a design much like this, but 33", 26", 33" in a 110 sq ft bath. My medicine cabinets are on an outside wall as it appears these are. My contractor said he
Love your design and would like to use similar marble floor tiles. Are they honed or polished? We have young kids and I'm concerned about both safety (I hear wet
“vanity” — design5862
White Crane Construction
9 Reviews
A Modern Lower Level
Ideabooks17,226
Questions12
Truly a transformation of the existing footprint to create a finished lower level complete with family room, ¾ bath, guest bedroom, and laundry. The clients charged the construction and design team with maintaining the integrity of their 1914 bungalow while renovating their unfinished basement into
not know the specific model or manufacturer. However here are some suggestions of lights with similar looks: EGLO 88193A Palermo Wall Sconce, or Designers Fountain 83901-CH Candence 1-Light Wall Sconce. Good luck with your projects from White Crane Construction.
not know the specific model or manufacturer. However here are some suggestions of lights with similar looks: EGLO 88193A Palermo Wall Sconce, or Designers Fountain 83901-CH Candence 1-Light Wall Sconce. Good luck with your projects from White Crane Construction.
“Hardware” — 804dana
Vanni Archive/Architectural Photography
Master Bathroom, Village Townhouse, New York City
Ideabooks7,321
Questions5
Beautiful design. Would you mind sharing the tile behind the bathtub? Thanks!
I am sorry, but we don't know. We are only the photographers, not the designers.
Good bath size for Kids rooms
skylight makes a cramped room bigger
skylight makes the room so bright. playful pictures add a splash of color
Child-like art. Children's art is a fun choice for the bath. In this bright white room, it adds a fun burst of color. All that seems to be missing from the image is a yellow rubber ducky.Upon closer inspection, I'm not so sure these were actually done by children though. What do you think?
Make a bold choice to celebrate your children's artwork and give it a place of prominence.
Children love painting on stretched canvas. A picture rail offers a great way to display art in a modern, minimalistic way.
“Glass shelf” — kls18
HighCraft Builders
11 Reviews
Sherwood
Ideabooks2,395
Questions6
the 2 chests in the children's bathroom
Love the sink for the kids room.
That's too cute. twins room or jack and jill
the sink is one of my favorite elements. It looks so cute there,” says Koldeway. “A wood floor in a children’s bath isn’t practical, but we got the look with a tile that has the appearance of weathered boards.”Sink: Brockway, Kohler; faucets: Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Company; floor tile: Natura
The children share a bathroom upstairs. “When we couldn’t find the right pieces in light-colored wood, we had the chests on either side of the sink custom made,” says Koldeway. “The hardware makes them look like old library pieces.” The bathroom has two styles of tile. “The penny tile in back of the
“One sink, two vanities - cute” — robincremers
Sullivan, Goulette & Wilson Ltd. Architects
kids' bath
Ideabooks2,465
Questions3
We specified the "2 square strip" wall light designed by Ron Rezek and purchased through Artemide.
children's bath with low towel hooks and colourful towels
The functionality of it. Not necessarily the design.
good design, 1 bathroom with separate shower and bath and loo??
thrown about strategically on the calm white and wood of the room. Very modern and fun.
Small Bursts of Big ColorsA good tip to keep in mind when selecting colors and materials for your home is to limit bold colors to things that can be changed quickly, easily and inexpensively — usually via paint and accessories. This cheery children's bathroom has
“children's bath with low towel hooks and colourful towels” — kareljonker
Design Cube Inc.
Powder Room Renewal -
Ideabooks210K
Questions94
size. Is the large overhead the sole source of lighting in the room? Do you miss not having any sink lighting (sconces, bar, etc.)? Thank you!
Was there any design principle you followed while figuring out what faucets/ fixtures
What company makes the mirror? Fits beautifully in this design. How wide is this bathroom?
Dear Design Cube ,we are an elderly couple from the 50,s trying to get our home into the now. This bathroom is
Length of room, toilet, and sink
Wonderful! I'm trying to do something similar with a remodel. Dimension question: if the toilet is ~29", the sink ~24", and the room is ~45", wouldn't the sink be intruding into the toilet space (overlapping)
Can you design following the picture
“gorgeous, love the mosaic tile in the middle.” — krysti720
Mabbott Seidel Architecture
Harlem Residence Children's Bath
Ideabooks3,047
Questions10
home office, artist studio and even a full laundry room were added through a better use of space. Additionally, transoms were added to improve light and air circulation. Instead of providing separate bedrooms for the two young children, we designed a single large bedroom with a sliding wall of Douglas
Douglas fir. Half of the space can be configured as a playroom, with the children sleeping on the other side. The playroom can also function as a guest room. Photo by Ofer Wolberger
Man bot Seidel Architecture Harlem Res children's bath tile small blue
pretty tile for powder room floor!
fun tile for kids bath or powder room?
floor and lower wall in continuous size and color makes the room seem larger
“blue penny rounds” — ONSITE-INSITE
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Small bathroom with skylight
Ideabooks16,489
Questions9
Small bathroom with skylight. Architect: Cathy Schwabe Architecture Interior Design: John Lum Architecture Landscape Architect: Arterra LLP, Vera Gates Lighting Design: Alice Prussin Color Consultant: Judith Paquette
Could you please let me know what the dimensions of the bathroom room are?
Actually there is no glass between the tub and The room. What you are seeing is the edge of The mortar set tile as it turns back to the Sheetrock Wall and the strong shadow/light transition Given the time of day. This is a bathroom for Young children and the glass and or curtain Is to go in later when
wonderful ideas. Thank you so much for your quick response. Love the simplicity of this design.
good question --- this is a bathroom currently being used by very young children so at present they are given baths - and the shower is not used. Blocking was placed into the walls adn
“neat!” — msmelody
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