51,671 open space Bath Design Photos

BARRETT STUDIO architects
4 Reviews
Creekside Courtyard
Ideabooks681
Questions4
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the wood paired with the complex hued dark blue rug and open space
like the open light filled room, the floating vanity, windows
Give the illusion of open space with floating vanities.Customer can use their own color as decorative accents.
Even if it’s the illusion of open space, this is a key element. Floating vanities, expansive floors and an overall feeling of lightness and airiness are hallmarks of the style.
Floating cabinet that has both drawer space and doors. Wood? Laminate? Not crazy about laminate cabinets.
5. Simple lighting. Again, basic shapes take precedent over anything showy or ornate. 6. Open space. Even if it’s the illusion of open space, this is a key element. Floating vanities, expansive floors and an overall feeling of lightness and airiness are hallmarks of the style. 7. Colors. While some say
“Tub shielded by sink” — shood777
ZeroEnergy Design
11 Reviews
Concord Green Home
Ideabooks10,091
Questions10
Just incredible details...love the shape of sink vanity, choice of lighting...great use of space.
I wanted the floor to look a bit like cobblestone. I used Edimax Absolute Space tile here, with wide gray grout. The walls are limestone plank to mimic weather wood with simple subway tiles above.
plank wall tiles are Stonewood from Maestro Mosaics selected to feel a bit like weathered wood found at the beach, and floor tile is Edimax Absolute Space in blue from Best Tile. I used budget-friendly white subway tile above the plank wainscot. My favorite aspect might be the little recessed towel storage
Great space. Pendant lights. Grey and white.
interesting design - note the space/hole under counter
“Bathroom tile” — ndazzle7
Erika Bierman Photography
8 Reviews
Marilynn Taylor and Allan Dallatorre for Teen Project
Ideabooks644
Questions3
closed off and separate from the other open spaces, it took on its own personality and went Regency glam with a design by Marilynn Taylor. Note how the yellow and gray from the downstairs kitchen is tied in here, but with a very different look.More:Small Space, Small Budget: Learning from the Upward
Since the bathroom is closed off and separate from the other open spaces, it took on its own personality and went Regency glam with a design by Marilynn Taylor. Note how the yellow and grey from the downstairs kitchen
“bathroom” — Carlos Miranda
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Fiorella Design
13 Reviews
Woodside Residence
Ideabooks14,761
Questions9
I have a space that I want to create a bath and shower like this. How big is the room? Want to make sure that I have the option of doing something like this room
cool way to leave the space open.
I hate the color and texture, but, i love the use of space for a tub/shower.
the two together inside a walk-in curbless shower, rather than chopping out a separate shower stall, allowed for a much more open space. The pebble tile walls connect the space to the surroundings and add a delightful layer of nature-inspired texture. The metallic colors in the tile floor provide a strong
“low bench” — Gayle Lyons
Murdock Solon Architects
3 Reviews
Kelly Solon
Ideabooks8,696
Questions9
If you are working with a designer or architect, you can show them the photo and ask them how it could work in your space.
open space, a floating vanity can help visually expand your room. Sometimes a vanity needs to float due to a room's heating needs. In-floor heating requires
I like the clean/uncluttered look (no open shelves), the darker wood cabinetry and I really like the green tiles on the right that frame the window. The other tiles (off white) I find a bit
If you love open space, a floating vanity can help visually expand your room. Sometimes a vanity needs to float due to a room's heating needs. In-floor heating requires
“Floating vanity” — kareninal
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Sugar Bowl Residence
Ideabooks10,869
Questions5
Tub room -- Clean, simple, nothing required to enhance the space. Simply a tub with a view and an architect wise enough to maximize the experience of both.
Connect with the land. Add large windows wherever you can to get a glimpse of blue sky and green open spaces. If you live in a small urban house, look up: Skylights are the perfect windows to the open expanse above.
The previous space was designed for contemplation, but this small nook was made for soaking. Clean, simple, nothing required to enhance the space. Simply a tub with a view and an architect wise enough to maximize the experience of
“lamp” — vivian1925
Moroso Construction
3 Reviews
Telegraph Hill Residence
Ideabooks11,543
Questions15
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Great floor to ceiling door Keeps openness with glass panel
Pocket door that goes to the ceiling - good for open feel.
These gestures, while simple, all work to reinforce one another.The floor-to-ceiling pocket doors effortlessly change the nature of a space. When they're open, space and light flow freely between rooms. When they're closed, the large pane of etched glass provides privacy while remaining luminous.
“.” — carriecatt
BiglarKinyan Design Planning Inc.
6 Reviews
Japanese Modern
Ideabooks40,303
Questions11
Great use of small space - saunatupaan!
Big personality in a small space -- love the sleek design and Japanese influence.
Interesting use of vanity space/ sink
If you have a countertop with open space underneath, add a stool. It can be pulled out to serve as seating or side table.
Small space living
“tile” — gdbundang
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