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24,105 office small space Bath Design Photos
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
good use of space between studs for storage
Use space where you can find it. You might not always have adequate space exactly where you're hoping to gain it due to pipes etc. On the other hand, you might stumble upon more of it than you were expecting. This bathroom, designed by architect John Lum, is a good example of the latter. After the attic
attic space was demolished, an extra 18 inches was discovered under the roof. This windfall allowed the tub its own towel niche. Conventional waterproofing behind the tiling keeps the shelving area safe from mildew problems.
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like the space. We enjoy the process of making the most of existing space when possible.
which is a space saving arrangement.
shower with bathroom small space intergration
Great "Space Saving" idea for grand bath!!
Space saving shower/bath combo
The space...Nice use of space...use of space
d the space. Please contact the designer for more info - www.markcunninghaminc.com Good luck! RG
look + space-shower-bench
Bathroom counter knee space
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makes the space feel bigger.
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with space restrictions. You will rarely see angled tubs in urban settings.
Using Tile to Define SpacesIn this example the different floor tiles create a separate area for the tub; the same tile is used in the shower pan. The diagonal border between the tile and the other flooring leads directly
g the spaces but unifying them with repeated materials. Tip: With this kind of installation, be sure to plan the angles and lay out the tile carefully so that you don't end up with tiny bits of tile in really visible places.
connected space.More: 6 Lessons in Scale From Well-Designed Bathrooms
the same space as the bathtub
total space is 6 by 5. The shower and bath areas are both 3 feet by 5 feet
Double showerheads and tub in the same closed off space from the rest of the bathroom! If we want to save space, the showerheads could even be above the tub (but would then have to pick a tub that is bigger than this one)
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bump out space in bath room. Space below could be accessed through the lower part of vanity. Vanity height should be 36 inches tall from ground to vanity top. The top can be a shelf that is bigger and protrudes into the bump out giving additional count top space to the sink area possibly one enlarge vanity
storage space below and sink space above with a possible additional shelf above the counter top?
for our space but I like the streamlined look
fabric to a small table ?
David Neiman Architects
ok. A small amount of water will bounce out onto the floor outside the shower. 3'x6 is ideal.
shower space, except minus the glass
Efficient use of space. The lack of a wall between the shower and tub gives an "open" feel.
service spaces tucked in the rear of the house. Its location on the side wall still gives the bathroom some light and air, and a view of the other house in the development.
for the space with a 12 step dark stain process that allows the depth of the grain to show through. It took about 10 sample runs to get the finish just right, not too red and not too dark. We built the massive mirror to "float" off the wall so that it would visually lighten the space. The shower glass
recreate this space for your self?
to the space. Folded towels help to soften the space creating added warmth and visual comfort.
in the space allotted and matches the bathroom’s scheme. If not, it may be time for something new.
Some elements to keep in mind when designing your double vanity are symmetry, ample counter space between sinks, a large mirror spanning both sinks (or one mirror over each sink) and lighting.