32,996 tree house Bath Design Photos

LASC Studio
Summerhouse Skåne
Ideabooks1,188
Questions1
The tub was placed towards the other end of the bath house, in front of a sunlit window. The bench underneath the window is heated concrete. The simple design puts an emphasis on the view and creates a more
of the bath house, in front of a sunlit window. The bench underneath the window is heated concrete. The simple design puts an emphasis on the view and creates a more blurred transition between the indoors and the outdoors.
The bath was placed towards the other end of the bath house, in front of
The tub was placed towards the other end of the bath house, in front of a sunlit window. The bench underneath the window is heated concrete. The simple design puts an emphasis on the view and creates a more blurred transition between the indoors and the outdoors. More Houzz Tours:Hey, Where's the Furniture
“The tub and view” — lindaquinlan
Ken Gutmaker Architectural Photography
Beach House
Ideabooks1,324
Questions1
Renovated Beach house in Cape Cod Mass
Proof it works in a beach house
like the coral walls; would this pallet blend with rest of house?
Sooo pretty for the some day beach house!
Abuela beach house...Beach House
“wall color- click on show colors” — leslieandwarn
threshold interiors
3 Reviews
Tribeca Loft
Ideabooks3,233
Questions8
would be great for our pool house
industrial shower and sink- two entrances for pool house
Like the colour for outside of house
Pool house / Cabana...Cape pool house...Pool house bath
“Door” — lhparke
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Palo Alto Green Point Rated House
Ideabooks1,782
Questions4
Palo Alto Green Point Rated House
Love the indoor/outdoor bathroom. I'm remodeling my house and doing that. Can you give me the door specs? What kind of door is in the shower leading to the outside and if there is anything special you had
going in and or out of shower and more because all openings in a shower ( and this is a steam shower so more involved) need to carefully protect the house frame. We used a concealed closer at the head and a exposed pivot patch at the top and bottom. A lock patch and the handle on each side is the balance
going in and or out of shower and more because all openings in a shower ( and this is a steam shower so more involved) need to carefully protect the house frame. We used a concealed closer at the head and a exposed pivot patch at the top and bottom. A lock patch and the handle on each side is the balance
“Cool tile shower” — bkogan84
House + House Architects
28 Reviews
Casa de Cocinas
Ideabooks3,164
Questions4
I've been in this house in Green Valley, Mike ?
cool style for next house
House + House Architects
“its different” — Anthony Clift
Christopher Polly Architect
4 Reviews
Cosgriff House
Ideabooks159
Questions0
Cosgriff House
Cosgriff House Christopher Polly
Cosgriff House Sydney
Cosgriff House Sydney Australia
Cosgriff House...Sydney houses
“pretty tiles” — astridwulandika
Tyner Construction Co Inc
Family Fun
Ideabooks878
Questions3
Awesome for when we have a beach house...great for rinsing off
Looks like a pool house bath.
Pool house - Love this for the bathroom
Laundry should be able to be accessed from pool house as well as mud room
Pool house bath...Pool house
“Cabana bath” — Christina Haymore
Volz O'Connell Hutson
Bastrop County Plantation House
Ideabooks3,051
Questions9
The restoration of a c.1850's plantation house with a compatible addition, pool, pool house, and outdoor kitchen pavilion; project includes historic finishes, refurbished vintage light and plumbing fixtures, antique furniture, custom cabinetry and millwork, encaustic tile, new and vintage reproduction
Is it an actual window? I am thinking about a solution like this for a windowless breakfast nook in my new house, that backs a single-story addition instead of an exterior wall. I was thinking I could install something like a SolaTube on the roof on the other
to keep that information private to safeguard their investment. In this case all the reproduction papers used are circa 1880 designs (the era the house was constructed) and all have been installed as they were historically; in Texas during that period, walls and ceilings were not plastered, instead
“use stained glass window on interior wall between rooms for added light” — sbsmiles
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