7,521 updated kitchen idea Bath Design Photos

Kati Curtis Design
Boston Townhouse Powder Room
Ideabooks28,208
Questions14
Kati Curtis Design completely gutted the existing bathroom to give it a more updated look and feel. Glass wall tiles and a new stone floor add just the right amount of sparkle and interest. A wall of decoupage plates from John Derian add interest and color.
Looking for pic's of painted kitchen cabinets
Here's two more ideas if the plates are bigger. I've used the invisible version. Works really well. http://www.amazon.com/Invisible-English-Hanger-Disc-3-Diameter/dp/B0
New York Powder Room Nirmada completely gutted the existing bathroom to give it a more updated look and feel. Glass wall tiles and a new stone floor add just the
Ceramic pieces in bathroom. Great idea, no mold and wipes easily.
Plates on the wall, great idea for the kitchen
“Platos” — izuniga
FJ Interior Design
3 Reviews
Gorski Residence
Ideabooks1,289
Questions2
Paint it black for an instant industrial update
Black and white bath and kitchen-retro and industrial
Paint anything black for an instant industrial update.
Great idea for free standing tub
Paint it black. Paint anything black for an instant industrial update. Paint the base of an old claw-foot tub, your trim, the radiators, picture frames
6. Paint it black. Paint anything black for an instant industrial update. Paint the base of an old claw-foot tub, your trim, the radiators, picture frames — really, the sky is the limit.
6. Paint it black. Paint anything black for an instant industrial update. Paint the base of an old claw-foot tub, your trim, the radiators, picture frames — really, the sky is the limit.
“Beautiful Tub and Toilet.” — Mention Me Interiors
Eclectic Powder Room
Ideabooks4,502
Questions6
egory=13&resultPage=0--354827851 The iconic Wellworth model by Kohler has been made for over 70 years! There have been a number of technological updates such as decreasing the gallons per flush from 3.5 gallons to 1.28 gallons. :) Rhoda
bag with magazines for the bathroom. Great idea.
update skirting boards in downstairs loo
Clever idea to keep the magazines and sudoku off the floor!!! I hate having to pick up
like the idea of the hanging bag
Small bath . Idea, I think
serves as a place to store an ever-growing collection of magazines. Simple hexagonal tiles from the original home were kept for a clean look. More ideas: Couples Therapy: Design a Bedroom You Both Will Love Houzz Tour: Beauty and Balance on the California Coast Designing for Couples: Tips for a Cozy
“Modern yet simple mag holder” — helimedic
Partners 4, Design
12 Reviews
Bathroom
Ideabooks3,105
Questions6
dated cabinetry and tile. The clients and I worked closely together to update the space for their 21st century lifestyle, which meant updating the divided layout and removing an unnecessary bidet. Project:: Partners 4, Design Kitchen & Bath Designer:: John B.A. Idstrom II Cabinetry:: Poggenpohl Photography::
a different way to update the house in the master
“12x12 black slate” — katinkent
P. Scinta Designs, LLC
16 Reviews
Olympia Hills
Ideabooks3,432
Questions6
How do you look at your idea book?
profile, there is an option to see our idea books. Having said that, again, we really don't actively add photos to the idea book section - we mainly use the Houzz site to update and add photos to our professional portfolio for others to view and add our work to their idea books. I hope this explanation
own idea book. One of the biggest functions of the Houzz site is for users to browse through photos and save them to their idea books. So each user can create idea books and we as professionals can as well, however, we do not typically use this feature. We have some older photos on our idea books
But then why is there a sign saying idea book what is that for?
“master bath” — pajensen
Kayron Brewer, CKD, CBD / Studio K B
12 Reviews
Master Bath Retreat
Ideabooks130K
Questions100
Kayron, I totally adore your bathroom style as also the powder room, its me 100% now the issue here is, I live in the UK and am presently venturing on updating a 16c thatched cottage, how on earth do I get your help advice and styling?! ; ) Lesley
I am updating bathroom in stages. Adding water closet and enlarging shower to approximately 5 feet wide and 4 feet deep. Using subway tile and honed Carrara marble
Looks too much like a kitchen!
I have seen one particular type of stainless steel kitchen sink that was undermounted with laminate. I have not seen a china bath sink. I would recommend you talk to your laminate fabricator. In general
Like how the cabinet extends onto the wall and the idea of a shelf for towels. Nice colors too.
“vanity” — keithstuart
Redbud Custom Homes
8 Reviews
5-star Green Bungalow
Ideabooks2,681
Questions8
all is cost prohibitive. Antiqued or satin-finish brass is beginning to trend and looks more expensive than the brushed nickel many people use to update their brass. You can inexpensively purchase a product to "age" or slightly debrass your hardware. If you don't have time to get to all of it, just
all is cost prohibitive. Antiqued or satin-finish brass is beginning to trend and looks more expensive than the brushed nickel many people use to update their brass. You can inexpensively purchase a product to "age" or slightly debrass your hardware. If you don't have time to get to all of it, just
all is cost prohibitive. Antiqued or satin-finish brass is beginning to trend and looks more expensive than the brushed nickel many people use to update their brass. You can inexpensively purchase a product to "age" or slightly debrass your hardware. If you don't have time to get to all of it, just
“flowers” — dmedina9
Julie Murray
Antique Sideboard Buffet turned into Double Sink Vanity
Ideabooks3,880
Questions6
For height you can use your kitchen counter height or bathroom counter height. Kitchen counters are a little taller. Our vanity is about kitchen height just because that is how tall it was. Thanks. ~ Julie
the light floor and light marble top. I like the two small oval mirrors. The chandeliers are in keeping withe the period of the buffet but I would update it to more modern
“Pretty vanity!” — alexloveskelley
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