710 drawer stack Bath Design Photos

Iverson Homes
2 Reviews
like the taller drawer stack inbetween vanities
“color motif” — Karen Palmer
Kingston Design Remodeling
5 Reviews
Whole House - Fairfax Station VA
kicked out drawer stack
“Like cabinet center and love shower floor and tile” — debster887
Sicora Design/Build
7 Reviews
Modern Minneapolis Ranch
The drawer pulls are from Doug Mockett & Company: ...
You pull these out of this drawer and plug in at countertop....
Hi Ron, Nice implementation of an in-drawer power outlet with storage.
Does the drawer design allow for the hair appliances to stay plugged in? If so where is
Drawer that holds the hairdryer and irons
“Tiroir” — gennylag
Loudoun County Custom Builder - Best of Houzz 2014
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Great Rooms Designers & Builders
14 Reviews
Master Bath Vanity
like stacked stone wall but not behind vanity
good use of stacked stone. mirrors to small tho.
Possible dry stack for fireplace - option 2
like this stacked stone...Stacked rock wall
“beautiful stone wall” — Jennifer Blanchard
Ohashi Design Studio
7 Reviews
East Bay Hills
Stacked for walls, brick for floors
tile stacking vanity wall...stacked accent tile...stacked tile...interesting stacked tile
“outlet position in splash” — tracypoff
Leib Designs
12 Reviews
Master Bathroom
Is this a dry stack or are the joints grouted? If dry stack was used, it is not practical as this is not appropriate for a wet zone area. Water can seep
removing the odd tile off the mosaic and building up the back of it - or stacking tile on top of tile to get the 3D affect. Gorgeous end result, painful
“stone work, undulating.” — tysonjacobsen
Vision Interiors
17 Reviews
Foothill Ranch Master Bath
darker counter top. Drawer style needs some smaller drawers in the middle stack.
Cabinets. 1 shallow drawer and 2 deep drawers.
Wall separating bath & shower Storage with drawers in between cupboards
“mirrors and lighting and cabinetry” — paulabrockman
ID by Gwen
15 Reviews
Mid Century Modern Master Bathroom
feet. My tiles are porcelain w/ travertine look and I'm leaning toward stacked; just not sure if vertical or horizontal. Not sure vertical will give much
Because you have a rather wide six foot shower, stacking the tiles horizontally rather than vertically will likely better complement
the shower and look more harmonious. I think your intuition is right that stacking vertically will probably not elongate the look of the shower height in
colour scheme 12 x 24 horizontal stacked tiles
“Size of the tile” — jennydery
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