2,946 early electric Bath Design Photos

Colin Cadle Photography
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Marwell Cross Gardens
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2. Minimal accessories. “To me a farmhouse is kind of the simplest early house built for practical reasons,” says interior designer Alison Kandler. “You built a porch because sitting outside in Oklahoma was hot. You picked
I love this tub and toilet. 2. Minimal accessories. “To me a farmhouse is kind of the simplest early house built for practical reasons,” says interior designer Alison Kandler. “You built a porch because sitting outside in Oklahoma was hot. You picked
maybe an interesting design concept for the electric toilet?
2. Minimal accessories. “To me a farmhouse is kind of the simplest early house built for practical reasons,” says interior designer Alison Kandler. “You built a porch because sitting outside in Oklahoma was hot. You picked hexagon tile because it was cheap and practical. You built a pitched roof so rain
“paint” — Anthony Vincent
Meredith Ericksen
19 Reviews
Old World Elegance
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Make up seating . Electric outlet on side
That their is a electrical outlet.
Lowered vanity with electric plug on the side
electrical outlet on lower level
Electrical outlets bathroom
vanity and electric outlets
electric outlet location
Electrical outlet
“everything” — ckowtoniuk
Craftsman Powder Room
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Electric panel hidden behind mirror - can be used for hiding main switch, etc.
part of the renovations. When he had to decommission the old electrical panel during construction, he didn’t want the new one junking up the design. He showed off the old connectors in the space just above the mirror and hid the new electric panel in the wall. It’s accessed by removing the mirror frame
electrical panel hidden by the mirror. Like floor as well.
part of the renovations. When he had to decommission the old electrical panel during construction, he didn’t want the new one junking up the design. He showed off the old connectors in the space just above the mirror and hid the new electric panel in the wall. It’s accessed by removing the mirror frame
“lights” — sewbear
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Lake Chatuge Custom Homes
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Tennessee Valley Authority in the early 1940’s as part of a project that would provide badly needed electricity to the southeast, especially in light of the defense industry’s need for a source of power during the war efforts. In addition to the benefit of electrical power, the jobs created by the building
certainly struggling in the post-Depression era. Construction took only about a year, but it was not without its difficulties. While the promise of electricity offered much to the residents, many of them had to give up treasured family farmland, which would soon be under water when the land was flooded.
“tub” — tkamradt
w.b. builders
9 Reviews
Master bathroom
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These are actually the original windows. The house was built in the early 1900s. We did not replace them.
Put electrical outlets on ends of vanity?
Electrical at the side of the cabinet, good idea!
Location of electrical outlet
“Floor?” — sschmid3
Kayron Brewer, CKD, CBD / Studio K B
12 Reviews
Master Bath Retreat
Ideabooks130K
Questions100
Is it possible to put electric outlets in cabinets w/hairdryers etc.?
You rough the wire where the cabinet will go. Remove the drawer. Cut in an outlet using a shallow electric box. Flex conduit is used on the wire and fastened along the back. Drawer will function because on most cabinets full extension drawers are inside
Thank you , I really appreciate the quick response. I am looking to do the same thing but as it stands, the electricity for the lights are lower so the builder said the mirror would be 33" above the counter. I think that is too low. Thoughts?
We did a modified version of this and had to use 9" wide trim boards for the lights, but my sconces are 5.5" wide so that's okay. We also have our electrical in the backsplash, but I like the placement of these better. We also put an outlet in one upper drawer so that I could leave my hair dryer plugged
“Wall color” — jessicas412
Scott Bunney Architect
4 Reviews
Armstrong Baths
Ideabooks1,973
Questions5
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electric mirror ...hmmmm - think i like
Electric mirror!!!! Back tile
“Mirror - lighted” — dancergirl25
Pine Street Carpenters & The Kitchen Studio
25 Reviews
Historic Master Bath Remodel (West Chester, PA)
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Is the fireplace electric or real logs? If electric, who makes the it
Stand alone tub with electric fireplace
Tile fireplace surround electric fireplace
electric fireplace
“electric fireplace” — voodoomojo
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