49,894 split door Bath Design Photos

Coop 15 Architecture
18 Reviews
Mercer Island XV
Ideabooks2,644
Questions3
What are the dimensions of this shower? Is there a door?
I will be building a large shower 7'4"x 3'10" and don't want a door. Thanks
This shower is approx. 6ft x 3ft-6in. There is no door, the glass continues to within 30" of the far wall to create a small opening. Typically the larger the shower become the less necessary a door is depending on how much overspray you get from your shower head.
I like this three-quarters length glass enclosure with no door, with conrols on the end near the door.
toilet sits at end of vanity - no door
6'4'' x 10 bathroom - like the step and frameless door
“Shower no door” — jacs1234
Rick O'Donnell Architect
26 Reviews
Master Bath (3)
Ideabooks3,452
Questions5
Who is manufacturer of the floor tiles and the french doors and handles please?
The builder does not recall who supplied the tile or the doors. The tile is a hexagon tile with a 3x6 "subway" border. The French doors were just a standard paint grade fiberglass product from someone like BMC Materials in Austin, Texas. The door hardware is Emtek.
“Bathroom floor” — welcomehomedesigndenver
Celtic Custom Homes
9 Reviews
Spa Shower with Steam bath
Ideabooks8,654
Questions7
have installed in the ceiling. We have a steam shower and I find myself having to clean the travertine tiles/grout so often and we leave the shower door open 24/7. Is the fan the only thing you need to keep a steam shower free from mold/mildew?
suggested above the door transom is a good idea and leaving it open will help create the air flow.
Placement depends on the shower design, but this one is under the seat. This allows us to have an access panel to it for repairs if needed. There is a small door just outside the shower door to the right
shower heads on it. The bench there hides the steam machine. The other side of the wall is drywall, painted to match what you see here where that door is. There are pics of the actual bathroom if you go to Celtic's page on Houzz, it's under the album "Clear Creek House". Thanks
“tile pattern masterbath” — martydpf
Beley Design, pllc
1 Review
Eastside Update
Ideabooks5,875
Questions4
the shower door open to inside
In-swing pivot door. Dual handheld shower heads. Large
Shower floor & doors
Shower door goes in...shower doors...shower door swing...shower door
“Shower with a bench in the middle” — jamorrow11
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Lake House
Ideabooks14,644
Questions12
Where can I buy the four panel door? I can only find 3 or 5 panel.
Love the doors. Thanks for the information.
These are Millenium Ovation painted mdf doors.
Window and door trim. Also door
door style beadboard
“Doors” — katiefrey
Northlight Architects LLC
Wrightwood Avenue Dormer Addition
Ideabooks2,098
Questions4
No shower door
Wall instead of glass doors
Shower "door" alternative
the glass for shower door
No door...Shower no door
“Color scheme” — ideas90
Christopher A Rose AIA, ASID
7 Reviews
Master Bath
Ideabooks14,533
Questions25
Most faucets like this have a higher profile, these look great. Did you select a chrome or a satin nickel type of finish? I also love the single door under the sink. What brand/make are the sinks. Well done - thank you!
Is there a shower door?
Master bath shower door tile work
shower door, marble, etc
Cabinets, door to bath
Shower at angle, no door
Shower, pocket door...No door...Sliding door...pocket door...sliding door
“Counter and tile” — deeannmoore
Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Connecticut Estate
Ideabooks2,268
Questions6
I love the look of frameless shower doors. I am just curious as to how much it would cost to replace a traditional framed shower that is only 3 years old, with a frameless shower?
I love the look of frameless shower doors. I am just
what this picture is showing. If you have an existing framed door in place, it is important to consider the fact that the removal of the existing doors will leave holes in the tile- when we install a frameless door where an existing door was installed, we do our utmost to cover the existing holes with
the condition of the saddle (sill). With the frameless enclosure, the saddle should be pitched into the enclosure 5/16" of an inch. With the framed doors, these conditions are not always noted- as they aren't as relevant. It is important to consider the pro and cons when changing the style of your enclosure-
“Bathroom colour palette” — aashawilliams
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