275 pella promise Bath Design Photos

Merzbau Design Collective
1 Review
Casa Corbino - AIA Austin Homes Tour 2013
Ideabooks5,524
Questions7
located in tub/shower areas should be either metal, fiberglass, or vinyl composite-- wood will break down over time. The window shown above is from Pella Windows Impervia line. Talk to a local window rep for more information. The glass needs to be tempered if the sill is lower than 5'-0" above the tub
“Love the tiles in the tub” — emmaandgrace
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Karin Payson architecture + design
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Hill House
Ideabooks6,442
Questions9
You can get very similar windows from Pella @ Lowes under the architect series
“Window” — suew2009
Design Discoveries
4 Reviews
Los Altos Bathroom
Ideabooks8,634
Questions14
No, it is not a custom window it is a standard set of windows by "Pella" that have been mulled together. This is a 2040 transom with a 2040 casement all mulled together as one window
“Tub” — suejurgo
R. B. Schwarz, Inc.
4 Reviews
2nd floor residential addition - master bath
Ideabooks130
Questions2
In this master bathroom addition, R. B. Schwarz contractors added a Pella window, inset medicine cabinets, porcelain tile, custom built Amish white cabinets, black absolute granite, Rohl faucets imported from Italy, frameless glass shower door, patterned wallpaper, quiet bath ventilation fan, black and
“faucet” — wiseguy151
Envision Web
Lake Chatuge Custom Homes
Ideabooks531
Questions2
which was certainly struggling in the post-Depression era. Construction took only about a year, but it was not without its difficulties. While the promise of electricity offered much to the residents, many of them had to give up treasured family farmland, which would soon be under water when the land
“Interesting” — hheck
Baylis Architects
Highlands Residence
Ideabooks77
Questions1
9. Ancient attractionStone and timber give this master bathroom an ageless edge that promises total relaxation.
“Tile floor, wood trim” — galvindgvg
Robert Kocis
Huntington Bay
Ideabooks4,947
Questions8
I suppose it all goes back to childhood, when the promise of playtime (i.e., getting your parents all wet) beats the terrible notion of being required to take a bath — not to mention being sent to bed later. Hence the common appearance of duckies in the bathroom.But do duckies go beyond childhood, and
“Floor is a non penny round mono tile. 2" hex with white dot.” — thefranklinhouse
A. Rejeanne Interiors
Sea Girt Shore Portfolio
Ideabooks552
Questions4
This wave border has some promise
“wave tile” — hippo20
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