5,914 diy living walls Bath Design Photos

Zenteriors by Camian Larson
4 Reviews
fantastic. What kind of rectangular tile is that on the wall?
Do you need to use expansion material if you only have one row of blocks in a wall?
Tell us the dI am making a tiled show and want to put 5 12”X12” blocks one on top the other in the wall to bring in some natural light. Would I have to use
window or wall under 25 square feet - but there are several systems of installing glass block windows that could be used (we do some projects with vinyl framed glass block windows and other with "frameless" windows that installed differently depending on if you're going into a masonry or a framed wall).
Like the tile, rocks and glass wall.
Live the glass blocks adding light instead of a window!
Nice concept for wall between bath and shower
“Glass with the pebble stone” — tren_c
Normandy Remodeling
36 Reviews
Vintage Bathroom
Normandy Builders . . . amazing design . . . amazing designer! Would you be able to share your source on the lighting you used in this bathroom? If I lived around Chicago I would be calling you to remodel my bath!
love everything could you please tell me the width of the pony walls
The color on the walls is part of the Restoration Hardware Silver Sage collection. While I do not have the exact details on the particular shade within this collection that was used, I would suspect that it is probably Light Silver Sage. http://www.restorationhardware.com/catalog/product/product.jsp
The subway tiles that line the shower and the walls are from DalTile, they are 2" x 4" in a color called Arctic White.
subway tile is different...slight bulge...white wall cabs /mirror framing
“Similar shower idea” — Melissa Richards-Lindsey
House of L Interior Design
45 Reviews
Chinoiserie Formal Powder Room
Gorgeous chinoiserie work on the walls lend to a formal yet organic space. The neutral palette lends itself to a very soft overall feel and keeps the look timeless. The dark walnut floor and vanity add a rich contrast and create a nice graphic contrast.
The wall paper in a neutral pattern is a great back drop for the wood base sink.
featured in small amounts. The walls here are bathed in metallic chinoiserie wallpaper, layered with sconces and a gorgeous bone mirror. The detail of the pattern can be appreciated up close in the tight quarters of this space.Tip: Bold patterns can actually expand the walls of a small room.
wallpaper is a great way to dress up the plumbed wall. Note how the wallpaper here adds to the furniture-style feel of the vanity.
“Lighting & furnishings” — samanthaholloway
7 Reviews
Eagles Rest
I am looking to do my living room which transitions to the dining room via a staircase and a hallway in a brown and blue combination. Can you tell me the paint used in the blue walls of this photo and can you suggest a brown colour for an accent wall?
This is a good idea for the living room archway
around living room area into hall and into basement
Want to do this entry in my living room
for having the floor of the bathroom be all tile. I do not think the tile should run up the entire length of the wall. I actually think (for cleaning purposes) having tile run up the wall is a pain in the ass to keep looking nice!
“Fireplace” — djeangg
In Detail Interiors
12 Reviews
Small Earthy Bath Remodel
iron pipes interfering with the placement of the wall mount faucets, which were integral to the design. The wall was furred 6” to accommodate the valves. The changes in this wall afforded the ability to recess the extra-deep medicine half in the new wall, half extending out. Thus, providing the base
base structure for the fly-out shelves. Completing this feature, glass mosaic tiles wrap the furred wall, floor to ceiling, finishing off nicely into the full wall of travertine tile. A built-in closet was removed to make way for a linen cabinet. Translucent resin panels used in lieu of glass doors
Plumbing and stud location were potential pitfalls to the location of the mosaic-backed niches in the shower as well. Therefore the surrounding walls were furred to fit the new tub perfectly, and allow the niches to be centered on the space. A romantic glow of candles in the lower niche transforms
“Wallmount faucet” — judywaco
Powder Room remodel
The Wall color is Sherwin Williams SW6109? Hopsack
You could use Pittsburgh Paints 418l-6 COCOA PECAN for a similar look. Make sure your white has the right undertones. With this wall colour I'd suggest 515-1 HEIRLOOM LACE or 529-1 VANILLA MILKSHAKE.
Bead board walls; dark brown sheetrock above, floor; vanity
like color for living room or bathroom
dark colour on wall... main fl. bathroom... + paintings.. bronze fixtures :)
Wall color Pittsburgh Paints 4181-6 Cocoa Pecan and beadboard
“White paneling painted wall and cabinets” — chrissyasmith
k YODER design, LLC
4 Reviews
Society Hill Townhouse
A wall-mounted walnut vanity with marble sink and white textured wall tile in the powder room complement the wood millwork and brick fireplace in the adjacent family and living rooms. © Jeffrey Totaro, photographer
The wall mounted toilet is the "Vero" from Duravit.
Color of tiles and walls add painted celery green glass
I love the European toilet with flush on wall
two different texture on walls gives depth and interest
“Sink” — sanbard
Avenue B Development
5 Reviews
Modern reincarnation of traditional Victorian bathroom
i am surprised That means it is 4x10 ? it must go back past the wall .could you give me the dimensions I am doing the same configuration thanks
Paint ceiling same color as walls in powder room for warmer feeling
Great height on beadboard. Reference for the wall thickness of the shower.
chocolate brown wainscoting with blue upper wall white trim
1. Play With PaintPainting walls, shelves or a vanity can be an inexpensive way to update your bathroom without having to make any other big changes. But before you start slathering a bright new color on your walls, take a few things into consideration. Designer tips: "If you have obvious moisture problems
bad that paint is peeling or tile is falling off the wall, it's time to bring an expert in for a new remodel," says designer Linda Evans. "Moisture problems can lead to possible plumbing and ventilation issues that need replacement." If your walls are in good shape, then you'll want to keep them that
“shower and clawfoot tub” — Bill Young
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