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Boor Bridges Architecture
Small Custom Bathroom
Ideabooks2,475
Questions4
Did you encounter any problems with the sloped ceiling not being tiled
? inset shelf on sloping wall feature
Dealing with low slope. Vanity on tall side
Look at bath with sloping ceiling
Sloped ceiling...not tiled
Sloped cueing shower
Washroom Sloped Ceiling
sloped ceiling shower
sloped ceiling...sloped ceiling
“the cabinet and the bench” — 74waterloo
Andre Rothblatt Architecture
6 Reviews
Noe Valley Bathroom
Ideabooks5,526
Questions8
sloped ceilings
Master bath at roof slope
Sloped bathroom ideas
sloped ceiling shower
Sloped ceiling tiled, two showerheads
sloped ceiling in shower
sloping bathroom...sloped ceiling
“Limestone” — luciaweber
Lauren Bryan Knight
My Houzz: Adamo Family
Ideabooks2,531
Questions2
Tiling for bathroom with sloped roof
Plan under the eaves Loft conversions often have space for a bathroom in them, but the sloping ceiling can result in wasted space. Maximise the area by tucking the end of the bath and the loo under the lowest point, and top with as large a skylight
Take it highThe usual decorating advice is to keep dark colours lower than light ones, but this reversed colour scheme works brilliantly, the slope of the walls emphasised by the black paint for a cocooning feel, and the dark surround beautifully framing the view.
Find an angleThe generous window in this gently sloping wall offers the best of all worlds – great natural light without full glare, and privacy from all but the birds’ beady eyes.
“black tub trim and vanity” — triciarey
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David Johnston Architects
3 Reviews
Steam Shower
Ideabooks6,496
Questions5
slope ceiling for steam shower, use smaller tiles
6. Pick a smaller tile for a sloped ceiling. Building a sloped ceiling is one of the many requirements of a commercial steam shower. Using smaller tiles makes for more graceful slopes.This steamer by David Johnston Architects is one of my favorite examples of what's possible from a master tile setter
“now this is a shower” — jmac10
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
14 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Ideabooks12,394
Questions2
Shower with slope still works okay
Sloped ceiling w/sky light in shower
Sloped ceiling shower w/skylight
Use of sloped ceiling/shower
sloped ceiling shower
sloped ceiling...sloped ceilings
“Shower” — bethanyconklin
Rossington Architecture
12 Reviews
Elsie Street
Ideabooks27,562
Questions19
another small master bath - this one takes advantage of a high, sloped ceiling Rien van Rijthoven
really good space saving idea for sloping roof and fitting in a shower and bath
Be smart about fixtures. With small bathrooms you need to use every trick in the design book to cram in everything you want. In this room with a sloping ceiling, a 3-foot by 5-foot, 2-inch glass-screened shower has been fitted at the highest end, while a plunge-pool-style tub is tucked nicely under
Be canny with your fixturesWith small bathrooms, you need to use every trick in the design book to cram in everything you want. In this room with a sloping ceiling, a glass-screened shower has been fitted at the highest end, while a plunge pool-style tub tucks nicely under the lower end and provides the
“Small bathroom space” — jennalouise1
DeForest Architects
7 Reviews
Hillside Modern
Ideabooks29,352
Questions37
Hi. The tile is sloped toward the central drain is of course. Beyond that, the shower is large enough that very little spray gets beyond the doorway and the floor is heated
The windows over the vanity are about 1'-5 high. The ceiling height is 8'-10", sloping up to 10' at the exterior of the shower. hope that helps. John DeForest
wall is made of ipe water resistant wood and floor slopes to center drain so no need for curbing. like the doorless feature here
Designed by DeForest Architects, this shower disappears into its surroundings. The tile is sloped toward the central drain, so there is no need for any curbing, and the floor is heated, so excess water evaporates quickly. The shower wall, made up
“Tout” — gignacc
OBERHAUSER INTERIORS
Bodega Bay Master Bath
Ideabooks130K
Questions35
i have a shower 6 x 3 can this drain be used and what kind of slope needs to be on the floor? wanting to put the drain on the 6 foot wall, there are 2 shower heads.
cal code can you explian 1/4" per foot slope so if yu have a 5 foot x 3 foot shower 58x32 putting shower where a tub used to be drain on left then you can put drain on 3 ft wall and slop the 5
only slop 3 ft toward back wall 1/4 inch per foot but that would not equal 2 inches below floor can you explain a bit more the drain placement and sloping requirements
drain. Installing one means that your shower floor will have a flat slope in one direction, so you can run your large-format floor tile right on into the shower instead of using little mosaic tiles to accommodate multiple directions of slope. It will set you back around $1,000, but ask yourself how much you
“Dhelf” — Helen Roberts
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