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Riesco & Lapres Interior Design
We don't have enough room, but this is the layout
wet room...shower room...shower tub wet room
The Bachelor Gulch Lodge
Tree base for powder room pedestal.
unique. Outside the box way to handle a normal room, that's for sure.
powder room ! love it!!!!
Rustics bath room...Powder room...rustic powder room
Coop 15 Architecture
The oldest daughter is in college; her room also functions as a guest bedroom. A second guest room, plus another bath, is in the lower level, along with a media/playroom and an exercise room. The original carport is down there, too, and just inside there is room for the family to remove shoes, hang up
up coats, and drop their stuff. The focal point of the home is the flowing living/dining/family/kitchen/terrace area. The living room may be separated via a large rolling door. Pocketing, sliding glass doors open the family and dining area to the terrace, with the original outdoor fireplace/barbeque.
cabinets we've had are dark, and you can't really see the texture or grain of the wood, this would be a really nice change for us, and would lighten up the room. Right now, we have the advantage of those huge north facing windows that we will lose going forward.
Job's Peak Ranch Residence
Saloon doors could be cool into the bunk room.
Siding and trim for trophy room
swinging bar door from bathroom in to mud room
Bath toilet room doors
game room idea
Cre8tive Interior Designs
The picture is from Z gallerie but they no longer carry it. You can purchase it here http://www.sugarluxe.com/fabulous-girl-art-miley-cyrus-room.html It really is a fun painting, good luck!
like the wording on the picture for kyra's room
Meg's room....Sasha's room...lil room
Hawthorn Woods Home Addition
on the room.
Whole powder room...for powder room...Powder room
Reclaimed Rustic Bathroom
This is a Great Bathroom! I plan to do a curbless shower similar to this is an old house I'm renovating. The Bath will be made from an 8.5' x 9.5' room and will also include stacked washer/dryer. I want to put the shower in the corner with no additional walls. Your picture here shows a linear drain
shower head. There's space for the shower to be 36" deep and at least 48" wide. [Shower and toilet will be along one end of the 8.5' width of the room.] Is a linear drain the only option? The best option? What are the dimensions of your shower pictured? And how far away is your toilet from the
due to code you will have to slope the bath from left to right or the slope requirements given a full bath shower pan be a trip getting into the room. This is more of a problem in an old house unless your going to replace the floor joist for this space with tapered ones.