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183 wooden porch swings Bath Design Photos
Norman Design Group, Inc.
Schumacher. The homeowners found the door’s porthole in a nautical antiques shop, while Norman contributed the hand-hammered copper sink and the swinging doors.
all of it...door with porthole, walls, sink, swinging doors, cabinets, nautical light fixture.
from Schumacher. The homeowners found the door’s porthole in a nautical antiques shop, while Norman contributed the hand-hammered copper sink and the swinging doors framed in gun shells — a winking tribute to a virile family member.
Job's Peak Ranch Residence
any body in South Africa doing this kind of wooden work??
i like the old wooden sense, and how it looks like a small country diner
Swinging door to potty
Swinging doors to closet
The swinging doors to closet?
Swing doors to toilet
swinging doors...swing door
Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard
Small Space Bathroom
questions /answers before posting? This poor guy has answered similar questions over and over!! For those interested in a tub/shower glass screen which swings in and out, try Ark. They are based on european styles and are great value. It allows you to open the screen to lean in and turn the water on. I have
Who makes the small wooden stool?
lorelai I recently purchased a half glass door from a local glass manufacturer in VA. Love the look! The door does swing out for entry and access to water and cleaning and bathing kids etc. I didn't put a knob or handle on because I like the clean look. a knob can be added
escape. Cheap and effective trial run ! Don't forget to aim your shower head down or to buy one that does so. One more thing ..you can put in the half swinging door and still add a stationery glass panel to the back later if you are not content! Worked for us ! Hope this helps
Mueller Nicholls Cabinets and Construction
North Berkeley Hills Bathroom Remodel
wooden shaker cabinets and marble countertop
Mueller Nicholls Cabinets and Construction Save to Ideabook Email Photo This simple swing-arm mirror is easy to pull into place
This simple swing-arm mirror is easy to pull into place when it's needed. And it can be pushed out of the way when you're more interested in gazing off into the distance during your morning ablutions.
Marie Meko, Allied ASID
beautiful room, esp. the wooden tub and stone wall
stone wall and that wooden soaking tub is so rustic - I love it.
wooden free standing tub
Robert Abbey Swing Arm Lamps
Wooden tub!!...wooden tub...wooden bathtub...wooden tub
Blending styles to create one cohesive look can be easier said than done. Combining rustic and modern décor gives this...
The dark wood Marabou tailored vanity is a nod to traditional craftsman charm that brims with classic American Design
The floor in the shower was wood painted with outdoor porch paint. It lifted off and there was cement and a drain under it. Once a week she would lift off the wood, take it outside, scrub it with a broom and
but the smaller the shower is, the more likely water will splash beyond the borders. It just needs to be considered in the design- this shower has a wooden slat platform that will help to eliminate splashes, but the rug will probably still get wet when someone uses it.
This layout will be similar to ours, but I suggest a full, swing-open glass shower door to keep the spray confined.
Overhead shower - dividing wall - wooden floor???
wood slat shower floor painted with porch paint...removes for cleaning
Cushman Design Group
Wooden floor with tile shower base
Shower door - swing allows access to faucet, etc.
sliding door? we could have it open into the bedroom and be against the wall rather than swinging out and taking up space?
Wooden ceiling toilet
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
How were the wooden feet made?
How was the tub fastened to the wood, more pictures of the wooden base
clawfoot style tub on wooden rockers...fits just so in a tiny bathroom
Love the windows behind the tub. would like them to swing open though
Helgerson salvaged the roll top bath from a friend’s demolition site; her husband built the bath’s wooden feet. The designer admits that although sharing one bathroom with three other people proves difficult at times, the rewards far outweigh the inconveniences