3,694 walk out deck Bath Design Photos

Tallman Segerson Builders
Fairfield Beach
walk out deck
“Love,Love this bathroom everything!!” — delica123
SOSTUDIO / Sergio Orduña Architects
1 Review
level walk out to deck
“Mex” — lauracdenton
Rick O'Donnell Architect
26 Reviews
Lake Austin Hacienda
I am remodeling my master bath with a tub deck area of 68 wide by 44 wide. The tub itself is 57.5x29. We have tried to figure out how we could fit a separate shower but will have to scratch that idea. I have searched for a large enough
I really like the idea of a doorless shower. How high are the walls and is there an issue with water leaking out? Do you need a rain shower to do this. Please explain any must have's to pull off a doorless shower. I don't see any , is any needed? Thanks so much
We typically do our walk-in doorless showers at 5' x 7'. This one would have been right in that range.
Undermount tub, solid surface tub deck
Here is a beautiful walk in shower.
“Tile” — crumleypatio1958
Phil Kean Design Group
14 Reviews
doors and uses a retractable screen concealed in the lanai. When the screen is lowered, it holds up to 90% of the home’s conditioned air and keeps out insects. The 2nd floor master and exercise rooms open to balconies. The challenge was to connect the main home to the existing guest house which was
We do not typically give out our dimensions, sorry for the inconvenience.
Walk behind shower, tile, Faust coming out of wall
like the tub positioning in front of in / out shower
Walk in shower with tub in front
simple walk through shower with tub in front
The walk through all tiled no glass shower. Room layout
“grey bathroom mottled look” — graham_anne
Meghan Blum
4 Reviews
Plumwood Dr
No ledge walking into shower. Colors, no door
The shower walk in with half glass
1/2 stone wall-could extend out and use to hang towel
won't stick out and be overwhelming.
Walk in shower. You can see in, but not see everything.
vestibule shower walk in
Barrier Free Walk-In Shower
less glass like lay out
Walk in shower...take out the glass...The walk in shower...Walk-in shower...walk-in shower
“tub and shower” — drchilds
Gina Bon, Airoom Architects & Builders LLC
12 Reviews
Sullivan Master Bathroom
Just really neat layout...walk in/walk out shower, tub with no fawcett.
walk thru shower behind a wall
Walk in shower just inside the door
Like the walk around walk in shower
Walk through shower...plenty of room for two!
tub and walk in shower
love the walk-in...Walk in shower...tub deck...walk-in shower
“Master bath3” — bmaayaa
Tate Studio Architects
3 Reviews
Pass Residence
Hi can you provide the dimensions of the walk in shower? The actual exit opening looks rather tight. Thank you.
Walk around corner into shower - no glass
Bathtub separated from shower. I like a lot. Hans says it's too modern for his taste. I would love to have a sauna in the bathroom. May be out of the budget.
bathtub window looking out to southwestern landscape
walk around the walled entrance to get into the over sized shower.
walk in shower next to tub
stall is a mix of stone and shell, the tub surround is concrete and the sandblasted block wall continues from inside to out. Three niches next to the bathtub echo the openings out the window. "The bathtub has the live-in view, while the framed view of the mountain leads you into the shower stall," Tate
“Walk in shower” — mareandcare
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Palo Alto Green Point Rated House
Walk through shower to outdoor deck with outdoor shower and tub. Architect: Cathy Schwabe Architecture Interior Design: John Lum Architecture Landscape Architect: Arterra LLP, Vera Gates Lighting Design: Alice Prussin Color Consultant: Judith Paquette Photograph: David Wakely
with deck, the seat and the shower) is 11' - 1 1/4" finished dimension -- add at least one inch to either end for the tile setting over the substrate. The width you can see is 4'-0". The leading edge of the tub deck into which the controls are mounted is 8 4/8" - which leaves a much narrower deck strip
were installed by that sub. The water proofing assembly is something to be very careful and conservative with - less because of water 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
“frosted windows at bottom only” — Sarah NLucas
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