1,611 slope Bath Design Photos

DeForest Architects
7 Reviews
Hillside Modern
Ideabooks27,601
Questions36
Hi. The tile is sloped toward the central drain is of course. Beyond that, the shower is large enough that very little spray gets beyond the doorway and the floor is heated
The windows over the vanity are about 1'-5 high. The ceiling height is 8'-10", sloping up to 10' at the exterior of the shower. hope that helps. John DeForest
Designed by DeForest Architects, this shower disappears into its surroundings. The tile is sloped toward the central drain, so there is no need for any curbing, and the floor is heated, so excess water evaporates quickly. The shower wall, made up
7. This shower disappears into its surroundings. The tile is sloped towards the central drain, so there is no need for any curbing, and the floor is heated, so excess water evaporates quickly. The shower wall, made up of strips
“Ipe shower wall extends outside” — shannonford
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Shirley Meisels
4 Reviews
Regal Heights
Ideabooks5,554
Questions5
blank slate for Meisels' design ideas. The sloped ceiling presented some layout challenges. "At first the room seemed so huge, until I realized half of it was unusable for anything else other than a tub," she says. "In the end I'm very happy with it — the sloped roof highlights the clean lines of the tub
“Contrast” — matt_5671
The Woodshop of Avon
5 Reviews
The Woodshop of Avon
Ideabooks27,572
Questions20
move a wooden bench around, be sure it's small and light.Most showers have sloped floors in many directions. This can cause a freestanding bench to rock when you're sitting on it. Plan for your new shower to have a one-way slope, or find a bench with adjustable legs so you can eliminate the rocking. You
“floor” — zenninja
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Gloucester Road Apartment
Ideabooks11,710
Questions10
A ready-made shower pan is designed with a sloping non-slip surface. The slope allows the water to drain. No need to build a curb and pan and no grout lines to clean. However, the color choices are limited. How would you like to have a private rain shower like this one?
“Tiled shower but don't like glass doors” — meuseppi
John Whipple - By Any Design ltd.
39 Reviews
Showers for Seniors
Ideabooks2,280
Questions2
Universal design, large slab tile, one way slope to floor
large tile and a one way slope for easy access to the shower for aging in your home
One way slope to shower easy access
Tip: consider a one-way slope on your shower floor (like
a shower bench from the very beginning, consider a one-way slope on your shower floor (like in this photo), so the shower's bench or stool does not rock when it's sat on. Often showers with a standard single-point drain have multiple slopes, and a four-legged stool will rock on these types of floors
slope downwards for shower. Pick a large-format tile and a one-way slope for easy access to the shower if you plan to age in your home. Using one tile throughout the installation can also
“slot drain” — jsafrit
RTA Studio
13 Reviews
Farmhouse Attic Master Suite
Ideabooks1,852
Questions4
Another view of same bath with sloped ceiling.
Bathroom using the slope of the roof.
building under a sloped roofline
sloped ceiling...See the slope
“loft bathrooms” — jrb806
mdiscipio
Bathroom Niche
Ideabooks2,110
Questions6
We are putting tub under a sloped ceiling. How should we light it?
Point of entry to tub is a about 6 feet, but slopes down to around 3 feet at back of tub.
Am wondering about minimum heights and usability under sloped ceiling...have a similar space we're looking at finishing.
Sloped Ceiling, Light window (use blinds)
“bathroom” — emilystratton3
NURIT GEFFEN-BATIM STUDIO
5 Reviews
an urban penthouse
Ideabooks3,653
Questions4
slopes ceiling
Sloped ceiling light.
toilet in front of slope
sloped ceiling
“pared para esconder el tanque del toilet” — chayoblanco
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