41,186 space bedding Bath Design Photos

JCA ARCHITECTS
1 Review
Ranch Remodel
Ideabooks110K
Questions121
pluck! (please be honest and tell me if my plan too much lighting for that space:)
Fabulous space! Need help with recessed lighting.
master bath and am looking different configurations. I have 92 inches of space for the vanity.
you recommend modifying it for an 84" space? Do you think there would be any way to keep the towers or is our space too small?
maximum use of space for cabinetry and storage! love the look. love the mirror size and great
linen cabinets on each end, space in center of mirrors for narrow cabinet, 'open' cabinet on bottom
like the tub and lots of cupboards, separate toilet space
closets. The minimum space requirements for a water closet are 30 inches (76 centimeters) in width where it is centered in the space, and 24 inches (61
size and layout of original bath space
“3 light vanity” — mark_monroe65
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17 Reviews
Master Bath Retreat
Ideabooks240K
Questions123
This bath offers generous space without going overboard in square footage. The homeowner chose to go with a large double vanity and a nice shower with
the upper cabinets next weekend. In order to gain the most of the counter space I would like to offset the upper cabinet from the lower, since we have filler
This looks great, but worry that squeezing this layout into a smaller space would look awkward.
style door/drawer faces although only one narrow tower in middle due to space available. Frame around mirrors is 2.5" & mirror height is same as tower
tubs, smaller to mid size showers, more storage and wall space, bigger closet and sitting space I think people are tired of cleaning. Wait I was dreaming
“Sinks” — rini2801
Eduardo Hernandez Ch. Architect / CHK Arquitectura
House by the lake Valle de Bravo ,Mexico.
Ideabooks4,173
Questions1
Hide the light source Lighting a space from an unseen vantage point does two things: it emphasises architectural
l form or structure, and it adds mystery and depth, especially to small spaces. Consider a skylight, solar tube or clerestory window to achieve this effect
Hide the light source. Lighting a space from an unseen vantage point does two things: It emphasizes architectural
the perception of space to encompass the source of light outside. It’s a powerful effect.
Hide the light sourceLighting a space from an unseen vantage
Hide the light source. Lighting a space from an unseen vantage point does two things: It emphasizes architectural form or structure, and it adds mystery
mystery and depth, especially to small spaces. Consider a skylight, solar tube or clerestory window to achieve this effect.This house has been carved into the
“Co Crete bathroom” — bdeborah
Hsu McCullough
5 Reviews
Boise Residence
Ideabooks1,722
Questions4
Give the illusion of a larger space with a glass ceiling
Great use of skylight, mirror placement, vast feeling upward in small space around. Inspired!
open directly to the sky above, this bathroom skylight infuses the small space with a sense of wonder. Because the skylight is oversize and the walls are
skylight in bathroom for extra space feel - however must be private so people on sundeck can't see you
open directly to the sky above, this bathroom skylight infuses the small space with a sense of wonder. Because the skylight is oversize and the walls are
“skylight sloped 2:12” — tmi1choice
K2 Design
Captiva House
Ideabooks26,996
Questions7
Is that a real outside space behind the window or a mirrored illusion?
Gotta find the hardware for shelf. Great way to use up wall space
shelves takes little space glass makes it airy
the cut in glass shelving. the large mirror to open thr space more
1. Claim as much space as possible. Creating niches is a great way to utilize space you might not even know you have. Inside your walls are studs, and
Claim as much space as possibleCreating niches is a great way to use space you might not even know you have. Inside your
wall that does not have insulation or plumbing running through it, that is space you can use. This long niche next to the vanity pictured here has glass shelves
protruding from wall saves bench space
“niches in small bathroom” — leannecrumpton
Chris Snook
5 Reviews
Clerkenwell Flat
Ideabooks1,612
Questions5
I like the sink for design and space saving.
This sink is also a good option for my small space main bathroom.
right basin sizeLet your space dictate what kind of basin you need. One size fits all? Well, not always. In a very small space, such as this one, you could
Doesn't need to be a big space....Space savers...Space saver sink...similar space...Small space...Good use of space...narrow space...space-saving sink
“toilette etage” — margaretmorzadec
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
11 Reviews
Pickering
Ideabooks9,764
Questions17
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Consider an open shower You want a separate shower and bathtub but you only have a narrow tight space? Consider an “open shower”
side by side tub and shower in common space.
shower. You want a separate shower and tub but you only have a narrow, tight space. Consider an "open shower" that places the tub after the shower, as shown
showerYou want a separate shower and bathtub but you only have a narrow tight space? Consider an “open shower” that places the tub after the shower, as shown
shower and bath in small space...Shower bath combo use of space
“tub shower combo” — jiff182
Becki Peckham
Small Space Living in Outport Community, Port Rexton
Ideabooks5,575
Questions7
Small Space Living in Outport Community, Port Rexton
include small enclosed shower. Need advise on layout and design for this small space
I'd like to know as well, thinking about turning closet space into a bathroom.
Note: Use of narrow basin, as well as above-head-height towel racks to maximise space for storage.
Love the bold colors and great use of a small space!
I like this sink maybe for 1st floor bathroom; works well in narrow space
tiled in a dark pebble tile. A narrow vanity and white wall tiles make the space feel larger.
unique and different, gives alot space
“compact shower” — 002323
What to do with this space?
I desperately need suggestions on how to decorate this space. From bedding, curtains, rugs, pillows! I might get rid of the fan..... Would like to add...
Space for bed
Love this. How much depth does this unit take up and how much space is needed when the bed is down?
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