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Bathrooms
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Jennifer Bevan Interiors
San Gabriel Valley 2
Ideabooks552
Questions2
Interesting floor for George's bathroom....vent over shower
Glass vent
“Like the floors” — pusycat
M.J. Whelan Construction
6 Reviews
M.J. Whelan Construction
Ideabooks9,225
Questions12
lounge area an older fireplace was removed and replaced with a Lennox direct-vent fireplace. Gorgeous stacked quartz stone in Glacier white surrounds the
why is the ceiling vent missing???
“corner shower” — pc7510
Shane D. Inman
6 Reviews
Classic Contemporary Residence
Ideabooks73,617
Questions25
How do you vent the moisture from the shower and bathtub?
room as the bed and double vanity? If so, do you have a certain type of vent? Does the moisture bother the wall paint or furnishings? I live where there
“Bedroom” — yozz198011
Cynthia Marks - Interiors
Bellagio Place
Ideabooks56,664
Questions52
the ceiling should be tiled if the glass enclosure goes to the ceiling. A vent would also be a good idea. In this photo there is an open space above the
ceiling (or soffit) does the ceiling need to be tiles and should there be a vent in the shower? If the ceiling is drywall, how high should the glass wall
“Sho er” — kallue
Jody Brettkelly
Brettkelly Re-model (Our House)
Ideabooks3,319
Questions2
should be a law that every bathroom have an openable window for venting and a mechanical vent. The glass can always be privacy glass. Lastly, consider a skylight
“Light in the space” — buckshot7
Jules Duffy Designs
3 Reviews
Dynamic Stripe
Ideabooks5,472
Questions11
reflects the mosaic tile in the shower stall. The beadboard wainscoting, vented vanity door and simple hardware lend a period look to the new room.
mirror reflects the mosaic tile in the shower stall. The timber lining, vented vanity door and simple hardware lend a period look to the new room.
“Painted walls” — kbsorensen
Greifenstein Boyce Associates
Watermill Residence Interiors
Ideabooks860
Questions2
great! We are considering a drop-in tub with tiled surround so it looks free-standing. What is the make/model of this tub? Thanks!
Like the idea of tile around the free stain din tub, but not this tile
I like the tile idea around the tub(not the color) to make it look free standing.
drop in that looks free standing - could then do a kohler in cast iron.
“Wide edges” — druther1
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