22 low maintenance plant Bath Design Photos

DKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
29 Reviews
A Modern Miami Home
You can have this look really easily with moose head ferns which are low maintenance
and have been considering doing one in my liv8ng room. but the plants look funny and odd
indoor plant – or threeOne of the easiest ways to visually freshen up a bathroom is to add a plant. Plants that love warm, moist air will thrive in a light-filled bathroom. Try grouping several statement plants on a wall like in this bathroom with its staghorns, or cluster a trio of ZZ plants in on-trend
“Floor plan” — leisaloehrlein
catlin stothers design
14 Reviews
c a t l i n s t o t h e r s
there anything that looks the same that would be a better alternative for a kitchen floor? I love the look But worried about the durability and maintenance
Hi, The floors are Statuario marble, which a less expensive than Carrara marble. It's fantastic for durability and low maintenance. There are now ceramic tiles available that imitate real marble and will cost much less if the price tag is too high for your budget. Thanks for
I like large plant leaf for vase
“mirror down to countertop” — sharrispr
Jonathan Schloss / Architect
Sunshine Canyon House
This catches my eye as low maintenance.. Quick in, quick out.. All toiletries would have to be kept in a vanity perhaps.
“gymnasium look” — Traci Nally
Crisp Architects
43 Reviews
Crisp Architects
low tile border and shampoo holder
shower low maintenance
“wall mount faucet” — Andrea Hawes
Meritage Homes
Concord Plan at Victoria | Phoenix, AZ
Floor tile. Simple. Great low maintenance color, and nice subtle design.
“Floor tile. Simple. Great low maintenance color, and nice subtle design.” — dbent23
Harrell Remodeling
9 Reviews
There is no one-size-fits-all "Best" It's all about what you like, what you can afford and what kind of maintenance you're willing to put into it.
low wall and nice stone
“Shower half wall” — egelman1
Markay Johnson Construction
3 Reviews
Atherton, California Luxury Home by Markay Johnson Construction
You can use honed or polished marble in showers. There are pros and cons and any material you select for a shower will always need maintenance. The glass window was installed with brackets and then sealed around all edges. Marble is a porous material and a special waterproofing system
#Lowes Moreno Valley
“Love the use of the large tile on the walls and the small tile on the ceiling.” — Rebecca Reynolds Design -New Canaan Kitchens
Greenauer Design Group
3 Reviews
Metropolitan Refined
Low shelf for foot to shave
Plants in window
“Tiling” — nigelkeil
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