6,554 island work area Bath Design Photos

Reaume Construction & Design
7 Reviews
Client Photos
Ideabooks30
Questions1
Corner cab and island extending work area
“Corner cab and island extending work area” — krisabs
Carolina V. Gentry, RID
2 Reviews
Pulp Design Studios
Ideabooks91,151
Questions52
rarely use the tub so I don't know if I'm creating more cleaing work for myself with this concept.
Will this steam shower and free standing tub work in a 42"x128" area or will it feel cramped in? Of course the tub has to rotate 90
and floor tile in the shower area?
How do you appropriately float the wet area floor to assure draining but
Would you be able to tell me the dimensions of the shower area?
with three different contractors regarding how to correct - their concern is keeping the free standing tub on a flat surface but still making the wet area appropriately drain. Help.
ago. See more of our work: http://pulpdesignstudios.com Shop our designs: http://pulphome.com
Thank you for your question! That depends on your area, the cost of labor and the fixtures you select. But, I think you'd be looking at anywhere from 50-100k. See more of our work: http://pulpdesignstudios
“Bathroom” — paula81jayne
Michael Tauber Architecture
5 Reviews
Remodel San Francisco
Ideabooks50,332
Questions29
was allowed for the toilet area (width from the vanity wooden panel to the wall)? I love this idea of stretching the vanity across the toilet to give width.
Hi Michael. Do you happen to remember the wall color on this one? It is very creamy and works well with the grey. Thanks
Thanks so much. Beautiful work!
I have 63" wide to work with - would that be wide enough to recreate the vanity? Thank you.
to you both! Very very helpful. I actually found the Island Sand- Perfect Pebble in French Tan online last night and thought it was a very close match and am actually picking up a sample from a local shop tomorrow. If the Island Sand doesn't work out, then I will try Michael's referral. Thanks again
“Spare bath, vanity” — karap17
Ike Kligerman Barkley
2 Reviews
Sunlit Master Bath
Ideabooks1,810
Questions2
Do you know the dimensions of the island?
What is the rule for clearance space between the island and the countertops? The dimensions of the island I was thinking of is 28" x 4'. Is that too small?
Not island sink but island storage
Hand pulls on the drawers. Larger version as an island
Craftsman vanities and island in bathroom!
Like the island in the bathroom
An island in a bathroom? That's crazy.
Island with leather strap drawer pulls
“Bank of drawers” — Chernetta Byl
Mark Brand Architecture
7 Reviews
California Cool in the Castro-Bathroom
Ideabooks140K
Questions46
love this bathroom and I plan to recreate it, however I have a question. My bathroom has very high ceilings (10 1/2 feet). Will this type of stone work all the way to the very top of the ceiling or is it better to stop it a bit above where the shower head will be and leave the rest of the wall painted
I'm quite the fan of your work! :) Rhoda
This tile is from Island Stone's Cladding Series. It is called Himarchal White.
The paint is doing most of the work to protect the drywall. You have to wipe it down after each use. This look is not for everyone.
You should be able to get them through the island stone UK distributor: http://www
Can you tell me what color from Island Stone?
I'm 95% sure that the tile is from Island Stone. Looks like the cladding in Himarchal White.
“Arrangement” — taj_mahar
Kelly and Stone Architects - Tahoe
2 Reviews
Martis Camp lot 379
Ideabooks15,155
Questions12
Spa like guest bath featuring walk in shower tub area, custom lighting and stone walls. Interior design provided by Michelle Rein at American Artisans.
definitely is in the top few. Awesome job! Is there a glass partition between the shower area and the tub?? Would really appreciate the answer and did I say you have done an awesome job??
The wall tile is our Island Stone Strip in Silver Quartzitic Slate sold through Hagan Flynn. Fantastic installation
posted link to this photo so I can't see when questions are submitted about our work. We worked one on one with the homeowner to produce her dream of a "sexy guest bath." We loved these handles because of how well they work with the star fire glass we selected for the shower. The handles are glass.
“And the kind of tub with the higher end” — oberlin1
Tiffany Eastman Interiors, LLC
Greenwich Residence
Ideabooks76,459
Questions68
Could you tell me the width of the makeup counter area (the area that does not have a sink)?
vanity area - could you please tell me the depth of the vanity area
I have a space that is 45 inches wide that I would love to use as a vanity/dressing area but i don't have much depth. could you tell me
Cannot see very well the tile in the shower area. What kind is it? And the dimensions?
What is a vanity area used for these days? Make-up? Applying perfume? A place to slide a seat? Or isn't it just skewmorphic. Honest question.
Is the side mirror also a storage area.?
LOVE your work and wish you were here in Toronto. I have a question, I would like to have a make-up counter also. In order to achieve this I would have to have 2 33" vanities with a drop down 26" make up counter. Do you think this works or should I give up on the idea?
“Floor” — Heather Lankford Bryant
ID by Gwen
9 Reviews
Mid Century Modern Master Bathroom
Ideabooks290K
Questions78
Shower door width to protect the area around
I like your design and I know you glass is 2' 4", what is your experience with this type of walk in shower, is that long enough to protect the water from going all over the space. I am design my shower area very similar with 60" opening, and I want
Can you tell me how the tile edges were finished around the shelving area? are they raw edges as it doesn't look like you've used a chrome tile trim?
With the dimensions being 4' x 4'7" do you have a problem with water splashing outside of the shower area?
want to put a glass 30" to protect the main area, would it be enough? what is the guide line for this type of walkin shower? thanks.
if they can recommend good local designers. Or one great way would be to search Houzz for local designers in your area and browse through their work to see which one you would like to work with. Where are you located?
“Barrier free shower” — Le Reve Design & Assoc.
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