8,994 plan drawings Bath Design Photos

Lee Edwards - residential design
10 Reviews
Queen Anne Residence
Ideabooks1,296
Questions2
7.5ft x 18ft (see attached floor plan
image, the faucet and tub filler are located off centered to give more flexibility for seating without being in the way of your head. In my revised plan drawing, I have drawn it this way.
“Likevthe continuation of the boarder tiles” — bellkoplik
NLT Construction.Co.Inc.
1 Review
NLT Construction- Floor plan Drawings- Before
Ideabooks53
Questions0
NLT Construction- Floor plan Drawings- Before
Large Bathroom Remodel - Measuring 13'x11' This is the BEFORE DRAWING Which clearly shows the original layout with large tub, small shower, 5' sink base vanity, and 2 windows. The entire bathroom was gutted, the skylight was replaced, the window by tub was eliminated, and the other window was reduced
“layout ideas” — mountainb
Built-Rite Remodeling LLC
Master Bathroom Remodel - Modern
Ideabooks87
Questions2
looks like the dimension of the shower is about 2ft 8" by 5 ft? similar to the plan drawings?
“Note framing of tile; also wainscot” — r_jon_e
Paul Cha Architect
2 Reviews
Union Square Loft
Ideabooks1,065
Questions3
two-dimensional drawings, there are many conventions on how plans, sections and elevations are interpreted. Your project revolves around translating the 2-D drawing to 3-D construction using wood studs, insulation and other materials. There can be misinterpretations of these drawings, which gives rise
using two-dimensional drawings, there are many conventions on how plans, sections and elevations are interpreted. Your project revolves around translating the 2D drawing to 3D construction using studs, insulation and other materials. There can be misinterpretations of these drawings, which gives rise to
confusion about how building elements go together. Especially if the drawings show something that the contractor might not be familiar with. Or if the contractor is busy and hasn’t had the time to really look at certain parts of the drawings, critical elements of the details can be overlooked. A designer
“trough sink with makeup counter at end and shower in place of bathtub” — Nicole Pflum
Homes by Avi
2011 Stampede Dream Home
Ideabooks26,114
Questions22
Is it possible for you to email me your drawings and building plans
Hello; glass mosaic tiles are slippery by nature i am planning on using 2 different colors and patterns of glass mosaic tiles on the wall and on the shower floor, some retailers warn me that especially with the
Hi there, i'm sorry but I am unable to send you building plans but if you head into one of our showhomes, one of the sales agents would be happy to help you build one of these homes. Thank you for your interest
“Moasiac for Tub Skirt” — shikhachadha
Phil Kean Designs
2012 New American Home
Ideabooks4,125
Questions5
And while you’re at it, plan out the location of each of these elements. For example, consider placing a standard showerhead up higher on the wall if you’re tall. And if you plan on having a shower bench, why not make sure the handheld can be used while
trim plumbing costs as well as your fixture costs. And while you’re at it, plan out the location of each of these elements. For example, consider placing a standard showerhead up higher on the wall if you’re tall. And if you plan on having a shower bench, why not make sure the handheld can be used while
trim plumbing costs as well as your fixture costs. And while you’re at it, plan out the location of each of these elements. For example, consider placing a standard shower-head up higher on the wall if you’re tall. And if you plan on having a shower bench, consider the height you need so that your feet
“controls on outside, shower wand at good height for sitting, drain by bench.” — katomarg
William Reue Architecture
A House in the Woods
Ideabooks2,152
Questions5
Love the freshness and light and floor plan
to follow. Project communication relies heavily on 2-D drawings, which are a challenge to decipher for most clients. Your team has learned over time how to read drawings and understand the implications of changing plans. Moving walls on a drawing seems simple enough, but there could be structural, electrical
“Hardwood floor design for bathroom” — Toni T
Donna DuFresne Interior Design
7 Reviews
Donna DuFresne Design
Ideabooks5,393
Questions9
I see that you used the wainscotting behind the tub is it the pre-fab plastic or is the painted wood? I plan on using it like this as backsplash for a drop in tub will it hold up?
Framed drawings look wonderful in any room :)
drawings on the wall
figure drawing
“Color” — brookesykes
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