2,757 pollutant removal Bath Design Photos

WETSTYLE
3 Reviews
Ecologia House
Ideabooks517
Questions1
little polluting materials. The team demonstrated that it’s possible to build an ecological house without sacrificing the contemporary design. All the materials were hand-picked from the most ecoresponsible supplier’s of Quebec. Photos: Alexandre Parent / Studio Point DeVue
“Mirrors” — Lp2 studio
Linebox Studio
1 Review
Holmwood
Ideabooks3,925
Questions4
air or polluted water.
“The privacy glass” — easoder
The Impatient Gardener
Modern cottage bathroom
Ideabooks7,761
Questions9
Door removed from a house of the same era with privacy
tile. We remove it, powerwash it and re-oil it about three
without removing the wood floor. The entire wood floor lifts out when necessary. We probably lift it up to thoroughly clean underneath it about once a month and remove it to pressure wash it and reoil it every few months. As long as you don't use soaps, etc. that cause a lot of buildup it stays clean without
It is a removable insert that sits about an inch above a tiled floor. It's purely for decorative/aesthetic purposes. Teak feels great underfoot and we felt that it tied that side of the room in with the cabinetry on the other side of the room. Because there is tile underneath the wood insert can be removed
“Corner entrance” — missjenner
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Ana Williamson Architect
4 Reviews
Ana Williamson Architect
Ideabooks6,302
Questions11
raised but removable wood shower floor
curbless wood shower floor with removal boards for
floorboards removable so the drain can be accessed easily.
removable wood planks for access to lower drain in shower
floorboards removable so the drain can be accessed easily.
must be removable
“teak shower floor” — leeanntg
Goforth Gill Architects
3 Reviews
Phinney residence master bath
Ideabooks6,259
Questions14
Frosted vinyl. I love using frosted vinyl — it's a simple, affordable solution. Apply frosted vinyl to any window in a room that needs both privacy and light. Style tip: Vinyl comes off easily and leaves no residue. Contact paper, with its sticky back, is much harder to remove over
Can be removed with no residue
“Emily” — wahlly
Volz O'Connell Hutson
Bastrop County Plantation House
Ideabooks2,613
Questions9
is so removed from mainstream interior design and new construction. However, we are grateful you appreciate our work; we post these projects to inspire, and thank you for that."
is so removed from mainstream interior design and new construction. However, we are grateful you appreciate our work; we post these projects to inspire, and thank you for that.
“Room color” — sadonsu
thirdstone inc. [^]
1 Review
LG House - Ensuite Shower and Bath
Ideabooks72,046
Questions23
deck is removeable as one whole piece for maintenance. Some additional discussion and information on the topic here: http://www.houzz.com/discussions/235382/Does-the-partial-shower-enclosure-contain :: thirdstone inc.
Are the wood planks Teak? Are they removable for cleaning other maintenance? Thanks
removable cedar decking in shower / gorgeous contrast to tiles ,maybe i would want white walls though?
easily be removed to clean beneath.
“wood deck in shower” — Althea Borg
Avalon Interiors
6 Reviews
Thornhill Reno
Ideabooks207K
Questions49
are they removable? My bathroom is set up the same way and i need to replace the faux cabets i have hiding my plubing in the wall?
delete/remove a picture from an ideabook?
closet. Removing the shelving would be to destructive in this case and there is an easier option. You can always make you cabinet slide in and out for easy access as well if you do not have an adjacent space. I have never found the need to have access to the plumbing from the behind the tile. By the time
“storage” — Nick Weeden
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