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De Meza + Architecture
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Fieldstone House
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divided into three distinct zones: a public living area; a two bedroom suite; and a separate master suite, which includes an art studio. Casually relaxed, yet startlingly original, the structure gains impact through the sometimes surprising choice of materials, which include field stone, integral concrete
Bringing the outdoors in for a relaxing bath.
Bathers can relax and enjoy the view of the Wine Country in Sonoma, California, from this shapely freestanding tub from Hastings Tile & Bath Collection. (This model is discontinued, but similar styles are available.) The folding black-rimmed metal doors are from Hope’s Windows; they can be opened
1. Bathers can relax and enjoy the view of the Wine Country in Sonoma, California, from this shapely freestanding bathtub. The folding black-rimmed metal doors can be opened or closed, depending on the weather or the soaker’s whim.
“Mirror & Backsplash. Cupboards?” — ydnmea
Burns and Beyerl Architects
4 Reviews
DePaul Greystone Renovation
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Relaxed flat roman shade - unlined
Fabric. Don't like relaxed bottom of Roman shade.
Relaxed roman shades
Relaxed roman shade.
relaxed roman
“Counter levels” — jls53
3sixty Space Planning + Design Inc.
4 Reviews
CLASSIC SPA BATHROOM
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I could def relax here.. Great us of the sign it's not too over powering at all.
like the relax sign...relax letters in br
“Wall paper” — robinjean
YLAB Arquitectos
Apartment Gothic Quarter
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An egg tub rounds out a room devoted to "relaxation, intimacy and sensuality," says Yuste. Translucent glass lightly conceals the toilet and shower area, creating a modern, spalike feel.
An egg-shaped bathtub rounds out a room devoted to ‘relaxation, intimacy and sensuality,’ says Yuste. Translucent glass lightly conceals the toilet and shower area, creating a modern, spa-like feel.
“tub style” — chill195
Andrea Braund Home Staging & Design
9 Reviews
Andrea Braund
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bathroom for well-earned relaxationSprucing up your bathroom is a priority that pays off. A soak in the tub is a great reward on a chilly night after a solid day of wintery ‘spring’ cleaning. Don’t just focus on a ring-free bath – target all the spots you’ll be looking at when relaxing back in the bath, such
“i like the tub under a window /” — wc11
Harrell Remodeling
9 Reviews
Personal Oasis
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And they are heaven! In a traditional wooden tub, you shower before bathing and never use bubbles, etc. There is nothing like it for pure relaxation.
A Japanese-style soaking tub is most definitely the way to deep relaxation.
Just as important as setting aside space and time to exercise is setting aside space and time to relax afterward. This Japanese soaking tub and sauna are built right into this master suite. Knowing
“River pebble behind tub” — Katherine Yonce
Antonio Martins Interior Design
9 Reviews
Potrero HIll
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light that creates a relaxing ambience.
7. Incorporate antiquesThe well-worn patina of this table-turned-vanity and the eclectic miners’ oil lanterns add warmth and personality to a white bathroom. There are even votive candles in the lanterns for cosy light to evoke a relaxing ambience.
“porcelain bead board” — bluemerle4us
Forum Phi - Architecture | Interiors | Planning
Sauna
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homes are warm and comfortable, and a built-in sauna is the perfect way to relax and thaw out those icy toes.SMART STRATEGY: If a sauna isn’t realistic at your place, do what you can in your bathroom to make it a haven for relaxation. Install a bench seat in the shower, choose soothing colours for your towels
“Sauna” — Charlotte Redden
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