158 water spigot Bath Design Photos

The Sky is the Limit Design
6 Reviews
Landsend - Guest Bath
What is the tub fill-faucet used here? Looks like just one spigot usable as a hand shower rather than a separate spigot and shower, which is very appealing. Thank you
like the tile, looks like water
Is bamboo water resistent
“bamboo wainscoting idea” — skampi
Melissa Davis
Classic Contemporary Washroom
Will the window rot from the shower water, I have a similar window and thought it would have to be removed?
— move from top to bottom. If you notice water spots on your glass (even with regular upkeep), your system may have very hard water that's leaving behind deposits of minerals. Consider installing a water softener, or you'll continue to battle your hard water.
using a squeegee – moving from top to bottom. If you notice water spots on your glass, your system may have very hard water that’s leaving behind deposits of minerals. Consider installing a water softener or you’ll continue to battle your hard water.
effective exhaust fan help, as will regular cleaning with white vinegar. An alternative is to add oil of cloves (1/4 teaspoon) to a full spray bottle of water, spray on the surfaces and leave overnight before rinsing off. Reseal baths and showers every year or so to keep moisture out of walls and floors.
“bathroom vanity” — lisastone04
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Shingle style home in Hanover NH
How do you prevent water from seeping under the tile/grout/caulk along the wall edges? I was told that in an alcove installation where there is a shower combo
surface is watertight, and you can actually not avert that water goes behind your tiles, which means sooner or later more or less water or at least humidity will reach the tile-backer. Proper grouting and the use of silicone keeps the majority of water away from getting behind your tiles; however, it makes
Only a few special grout types are less water imperviously than regular cement grouts. Therefore, you have to waterproof the tile-backer in wet areas AT ALL TIMES !!! I know that sounds strange for most people however this is the only approved way to avoid water damage. There are many waterproofing
“אמבטיה” — moranwei
Tara Seawright
I notice that there is a window inside the shower area. How about the concern of eventual water damage along the window sill? I have a large exterior window where I would like to add a shower feature to the bathtub in our remodel. Was this photo
love the look - does the glass door keep the water in the tub shower area?
I don't have trouble keeping water in the tub. There's minimal overspray from the shower. Clean up is a cinch.
Thanks for this tip as I am in the same boat of wanting access to the water but the clean look of glass. Does this alternative keep the water in the tub? When you swing the door open after
Most folks use tile or stone for window sills in wet areas so there won't be any water damage.
“love the vanity with the Carrera marbleand marble accent around tub” — Deborah Nye
26 Reviews
Kinderhook House
What type of window can withstand the water?
closely, you'll see that the window jambs are tiled and we've used a marble sill. The window itself can withstand water as long as the paint finish is maintained. (Just think of how much water the exterior of a window is subjected to.) Another factor is that this is a guest bath, and won't be used on a
furniture. As for the shower splashes - as you can see, the walls are tile, as well as the flooring, so the water would not damage anything. the spacing of the wood looks like there would be very little water, in reality. I really like this idea - it's not only attractive, it would be rather inexpensive, too
teak/ ip shower separator. angled to prevent water splashing out
“If we do windowsill like this maybe cubby could match” — sandychiampou
JRP Design & Remodel
16 Reviews
JRP Design & Remodel, Inc.
Does this half glass panel door make it difficult to turn on the water? And does the water leak onto the floor
Where can you purchase the glass bathtub splash guard and does water splash out?
panel like this one. This works great to conceal water with a adult being careful. Just don't let your 5 year old shower alone!
These tub sheilds are available from a variety of glass door manufacturers, including you local glass fabricator. The water doesn't splash out--as long as you aren't being
“bathtub wall” — anweshadeb
Devonshire Custom Homes
5 Reviews
Custom Home in South Tampa
Custom built pan? What keeps the water from getting out under the glass door?
the shower and some safety designed in of water gets past the door. In many showers the weakest point is when the hand held spray hits a shower door with no divertor. When this happens the water goes in both directions and this can cause a large amount of water to escape the shower. Better design would
Cut the vanity down to 24" wide and this is another possibility, but I'd still have problems with hard water spots on the glass.
“Love the floor” — mferroni
Dennis Mayer, Photographer
26 Reviews
What is the size of the water closet ?
I like the idea of a water closet for the toliet
water closet next to shower
Water closet
“Floor tile pattern” — dvecci96
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