2,400 wood rocking horse Bath Design Photos

Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
10 Reviews
1.2 Ten Broeck Farm - Winter 2013, Ellensberg WA.
Ideabooks1,383
Questions2
Try Googling "horse collar mirror." Good luck!
Like the hanging bridles/halters in horse themed room.
Picture frame hung off horse shoe
must remember to use Doc's horse collar in Jack and Jill bath room for one of the boys
WOOD BATH CABINET AND COUNTER IN PINE, HICKORY, OR ALDER
Love this horse themed half bath. I would like
A horse harness serves as a unique mirror frame in the powder room.
“mirror” — sjbradshaw
Two Column Media
Real Estate
Ideabooks4,057
Questions5
What is underneath the rock areas? An older tile floor? How is maintenance/cleaning done? How well does a room like this handle a wet underfloor does the rock and wood planks need to be removed once in a while to check for water damage
Wood boards are floating and connected for easy removal for cleaning.
and adds interesting texture with the rocks to create the harmonious mood
Creates a path through the wood and adds interesting texture with the rocks to create the harmonious mood. Emily Swerdloff
the floor with the wood and rocks but that prob won't work for us.
I like the way the river rock feels on the floor crevices.
1 deck wood strip, all around stones
wood floor won't get the cold feet
Loose stone floor with floating wood
“The floor” — steviekeys
Greenauer Design Group
3 Reviews
Mountain Retreat
Ideabooks5,566
Questions1
stone and wood spa like bath enclosure
heavy moss rock mortared only on the back no visible mortar joints making it look authentic.
The rocks just kill me..it is like a mountain thing goin-on..
local rocks on tub & wall!
This rock in the shower> Hefty moss rock, readily available in the western and mountain regions
Hefty moss rock, readily available in the western and mountain regions of the United States, surrounds this tub and runs up the back wall. The rocks are mortared only on the back, so there are no visible mortar joints, making it look more authentic.
Hefty moss rock, readily available in the western and mountain regions of the United States, surrounds this tub and runs up the back wall. The rocks are mortared only on the back, so there are no visible mortar joints, making it look more authentic.
“Tub” — iantha517
Eclectic Bathroom
Ideabooks2,373
Questions2
Could you please tell me the wood and brand and color of stain?
The area behind the rock wall, is that a showering area or a sauna?
Hi! Thank you for the question, and I'm sorry for the late response. Yes, that is a showering area behind the rocks (each end had a shower head). There is also a sauna...it's through the doorway at the far right.
like the rock. too much wood though. don't think it goes to well with the rock. don't like the tile.
Wow love the rocks for a wall
Wood and stone - Great vibrational match. :)
Alaskan Yellow Cedar color. Wood may be unfinished. Rock
“japanese style” — esterep
KSA Kitchens
5 Reviews
Bath Renovations
Ideabooks12,354
Questions20
color. Design by Carol Luke. Photo by Morgan Howarth. Because you asked, here is a breakdown of the components of this room: Vanity by Wood-Mode Fine Custom Cabinetry: Wood-Mode Essex Recessed Door Style, Black Forest finish on cherry Countertop & Backsplash by Franco’s Marble Shop: Calacutta Gold marble
HC-105 is rock port gray, seems a little darker than this room appears. It's also in the browner family. I was thinking HC-169 or HC-165?
Where can I buy those beautiful sea horses please ? They're fabulous!
Hi: The miror is by Afina: “Radiance Venetian” . All the items in this bath are listed in the description except the sea horse, which is from the owner's private collection and the roman shade. Thanks for checking us out!
“벽색깔” — younyoung
Dara Rosenfeld Design
Hawaii
Ideabooks10,867
Questions7
Can the lava rock wall handle the constant water from a shower?
or purachase Lava rocks . Great Design
I've had walls of solid lava. Such as behind woodstoves, etc. I hate it. It's like having a black hole in the room which sucks all the light into it. In the last house we had lava rock, I took cement patch
patch, colored it with sandstone colors, adding mica bits here and there. I used some rocks I'd brought from Bryce Nat'l. Park to use as a mode for the markings and breakage patterns. By using trowels, paint brushes, sponges and acrylic paint along with the cement coloring, I turned the wall into some
sandstone--a huge improvement. I then took an acrylic wash and turned the grout from gray to tan. After having lived with it, I would never use lava rock for anything but as retaining walls in the garden. Period. But that's just me. .. In a shower I would never install a rough surface; I don't want to
“wall” — Karen Taylor
Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
14 Reviews
Pinebrook Residence
Ideabooks10,134
Questions5
Hello, I love your idea of the rocks under the vanity. I would like to know what did u put under the rocks? Thank you, Antonina
There was cement board installed/ continued and a waterproofing membrane was applied (black finish). Rocks are loose.
Dark wood cabinet + glass shower + floor material
Dark wood cabinet + glass shower + floor material + shower head/hand held option + built in bench
Love the rocks under the vanity
I like the rocks under the cabinet
I like the light stone, dark wood, and light vanity top.
Use river rock in shower or same
Rock and lighting under vanity make an impact
scheme; LED tape underneath the vanity and the bathtub platform illuminate the river rocks.
AFTER: A once-cluttered vanity area now has one dark-stained maple floating vanity with a light glowing over restful rocks underneath. A clear glass shower stall continues the streamlined effect. See more of
“Rocks underneath floating vanity” — maihome13
SoCal Contractor
23 Reviews
Hollywood Hills
Ideabooks4,495
Questions7
What type of wood and stain did you use for the cabinets?
Where was this rock shower seat purchased from?
I want a rock in my house
Wow! Contrast the dark rock with the floor-to-ceiling windows. Light and airy, but with substance and warmth.
Love the stone rock brought into the shower to tie into the stone wall.
Dark-gray Jerusalem stone wall — and a boulder-like lava rock shower bench. The floor is limestone
expansive glass-enclosed shower, complete with views of the Hollywood Hills, boasts a lovely dark-gray Jerusalem stone wall — and a boulder-like lava rock shower bench. The floor is limestone with minimal joint grouting, which makes the modern freestanding tub seem to float in the airy space.
“everything” — mor6413
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