97 water spigot Bath Design Photos

West Chin Architects & Interior Designers
3 Reviews
Beach House on Long Island
Ideabooks6,345
Questions5
The water should just dump on you
It's called the Pipe Shower by (Dutch Designer) Marcel Wanders http://www.marcelwanders.nl/products/bathroom/pipe/” would LOVE this much water
These oversize fixtures are at once sleek and almost cartoonish. (I mean that in a good way — the outdoor spigot is the icing on the cake.) There's great contrast between the natural texture of the pebbled walls and tiled floor and the industrial-size metal spouts.Pipe Shower: Marcel Wanders
These oversized fixtures are at once sleek and almost cartoonish. (I mean that in a good way – the outdoor spigot is the icing on the cake.) There’s great contrast between the natural texture of the pebbled walls and tiled floor and the industrial-sized metal spouts.
“Outdoor shower” — Kellie Zumot
cathy Chilton
3 Reviews
SM Master Bath
Ideabooks18,305
Questions15
altogether.Water: Dragon tree is relatively drought tolerant. Water it only when the soil feels slightly dry at a depth of 2 inches beneath the topsoil, and then water generously, using tepid water; the water should trickle through the drainage holes. Empty the drainage saucer an hour after watering. Never
Never allow the pot to stand in water, because dragon trees don't like soggy soil. Too little water is better than too much, but don't allow the soil to become bone dry. Watering approximately once a week is adequate. Yellow leaves are a sign of overwatering. The tree doesn't tolerate fluoride and reacts
by developing yellow or brown scorched areas or brown leaf tips. With continual fluoride, the leaves will turn completely brown and die. Use bottled water to eliminate the problem of fluoride.Humidity: Dragon tree benefits from a light misting several times per week when the air is dry, especially during
“shower tile” — Ann Wolfe
ART Design Build
3 Reviews
19th St
Ideabooks200K
Questions52
into consideration .As you know, the speed of water from the shower and ambient temperature and pressure can decrease the temperature of hot water which leaving the shower ;in this case, users may feel cold and they prefer to request for higher temperature water for having suitable showers . In terms of
Does the water from inside the shower 'cubicle' get everywhere or does it drain properly from the two plug holes I think I can see? Thanks
grohe rep at my house. The difference in temperature between each rain element was 16 degrees. So if the thermostatic valve is set to 100 degrees. The water in the outside element is 84 degrees, the center is 100 and the inside is 116. So you get scalded from the inside and the outside is too cold. The rep
“Cool shower!!” — mariahalexandra
Drury Design
16 Reviews
Transitional Master Bath
Ideabooks180K
Questions65
Are there cosniderations for water drainage in the "seat"? And does the glass door go full height?
How is this size of shower water proofed?
Did you have to increase water pressure for multiple heads and increase drain size?
Speaking of "considerations of water, etc": Although all those shower heads are luxurious and fun, water supplies are shrinking, owing to hotter climates and increased use, and these kinds of shower stalls seem to convey
A tile assembly is not waterproof. That is what looks like a steam shower and this shower should be both water and vapour tight - ideally it would be vapour proofed with products from Noble Company or Schluter Systems.
Can you send rough in diagram for plumbing,such as main feed line,would water line be reduced to perhaps,a "header" which reduction from here to shower head feed.
“?” — 13baysite
Key Residential
9 Reviews
Brookridge Home - Fall 2012
Ideabooks6,987
Questions9
This shower was carefully designed and constructed to to ensure water does not extend beyond the perimeter. The shower floor slopes inward towards the floor drain, which is larger than standard @ 3" to accommodate the anticipated water volume. The bent glass portion is placed in a curved metal channel
The round shower has a curved frame construction. This was achieved by the application of double-layered 1/4” Wonderboard™ soaked in water and hand molded to the custom cylindrical frame which was then staggered during installation and treated with RedGard™ waterproofing membrane @ 3’-0”
Dual shower heads, one rain water, small bench
Like the no water ledge on the floor
“Shower” — christina73
Interiors & Architecture Photography by Ken Hayden
Jennifer Post designed apartment at The Bath Club, Miami Beach
Ideabooks19,806
Questions14
planning for remodelling my bathrooms. Then an architect friend told me that natral marble tiles cannot be used on wet walls as they will absorb the water and shampoo etc and will leave stains. What's your experience and advice please?
lot of work to clean in the shower, as we're not allowed to use any abrasive bath cleaning products. Here I use baking powder mixed to a paste with water, cleaning with a toothbrush, not touching the marble. Hope this helps you! I would definitely think twice about using marble in a shower, if you don't
“Tub and shower occupy same space” — smithdevelopergroup
C O N T E N T Architecture
Southampton
Ideabooks39,241
Questions28
planning for remodelling my bathrooms. Then an architect friend told me that natral marble tiles cannot be used on wet walls as they will absorb the water and shampoo etc and will leave stains. What's your experience and advice please?
The color is Brittany Oak, it is engineered but of course can still be damaged with standing water
“Floors!” — lonimarie
Inspirations Kitchen and Bath
2011 Foxhall
Ideabooks5,455
Questions7
Shower stalls and separate water closet
help battle ever-present moisture. Water-resistant drywall (often called green board) and cement board are popular, but they're not necessary or any more durable than natural softwood planks like eastern white pine. Bare wood will stain, but coating it with a water-based urethane will help keep all that
“for upper level lodge” — schundogs
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