216 garden path stone steps Bath Design Photos

Green Apple Design
Master Bath
Like the step up and off to side
You can look out onto the garden
curve steps, color contrast
steps up on surround
Rounded tub insert w. step
Curved surround w/ step
Step up Rounded front
step, deck...rounded steps...Steps up to tub....rounded step...Step up...steps arrangement...step tub tile...Bathtub step...Spa tub with steps...Step up bathtub...step up tub...Step up bath tub...Step up into tub
“master bath” — halei
Tocha Project
Rising Glen
What is the depth of each step into the tub?
outdoor shower with stepping stones and fake
step down tub/shower, step back up to get outside?
smaller version of this sunken tub- w/ the step
either inside or out. (Stone pavers keep feet off the grass.) Or they can ease down the steps for a long soak in the deep tub.
12. Depending on the weather, or their mood, bathers can shower either inside or out. (Stone pavers keep feet off the grass.) Or they can ease down the steps for a long soak in
“Outdoor shower?!” — guihan
Knudson Interiors
6 Reviews
Knudson Interiors
the stone wall. the tropical ambiance.
tub and garden and window wall
leaves growing separately from the main plant, or hub, then repot. This process is most efficient when done during repotting in the spring. Here are the steps.Pull the pot from the plant and lay the bare plant flat on any surface outdoors, or on a piece of newspaper on a counter. Examine the plant to locate
“open and screened with plants” — Monica Miles
Seattle Area Architect
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Susie Soleimani Photography
8 Reviews
Model Home Hereford Homes Piscataway Landing
How deep and high is the step?
Step up to tub shower and tile
Step into tub Window treatment
Like the step into bathtub
Corner tub step idea
Jacuzzi tub with step
Example of steps to tub
stone, light & size...Garden Tub Design...corner w/steps...bathtub steps...Step into tub...Master bath step...Bath step...Tub steps...garden tub
“Everthing” — Sandra Purkiss
Silver Oak Interiors
4 Reviews
1414 River Way, River Crossing, Spring Branch Texas
Name is Theresa Heitmeier of Silver Oak Interiors San Antonio Texas 210-701-7978 Thanks for the question. The product is by Mohawk, Quarry Stone Collection which is a porcelain. Color is Forest. I used the 3 x 3 mosaic on mesh and went with the 13 x 13 on a straight lay for the shower wall
Small but love the stone work
walk in shower & garden tub
Love the tile and the steps to the bathtub
slightly raised floor step in to shower, floor & tile little planter
“Bathroom” — gayelynnc
Zugai Strudwick Architects
3 Reviews
Courtyard & pool House Newtown
The clients wanted a resort style bathroom. The pebbles are loose & underneath is tiled with underfloor heating to dry out the pebbles. Timber stepping matts are laid in between the pebbles.
do have timber platform steps which can also be removed. You don't really walk on the stones
Not sure as the clients picked this themselves. It was a natural stone.
Love the idea of having stones for a floor.
Zen areasDraw inspiration from the meditative gardens of China and Japan and import it directly into your bathroom. This daring bathroom is also a welcoming retreat. Floor heating beneath the stones dries out any water splashes.SMART STRATEGY: Use natural materials wherever possible if you want to stay
“Bathrooms” — jjam62
Winn Wittman Architecture
Winn Wittman Architecture
will need to make precise cuts against the wall that will allow for a flexible grout joint. Bottom line. Everyone involved will need to take extra steps and time to ensure that the final result is what you want: No base board and clean crisp lines that transition perfectly... A look that will be worth
I like the stone under the tub.
It faces a window with a garden
beautiful stone tub i shutter to see the cost
Liberate the stones. If you’re considering stones, think about leaving them loose. It’s a dynamic way to punch up the organic feel, and you can’t beat the textural effect. If you’re unable to replicate the flooring feature of this bathroom, simply throw loose stones in a chic bowl or clear vase to score
“Couples tub” — sandyjl
Mark Brand Architecture
7 Reviews
Japanese Inspired Remodel in Noe Valley-Bathroom
wall was to complete this original plan. However we went over budget, and this never was completed. So now we want to build a waterfall or plant a garden. We're still on a budget! We could use some help.
Do you step down into a tub?
The garden steps down allowing room for garden. Bamboo fence gives
stone bowl on stone rectangular drip
“neutral colour” — Michele Tonnochy
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