3,405 Floor Waste Drain Bathroom Design Photos

Jones Design Build
3 Reviews
Jones Design Build
Ideabooks2,255
Questions6
Love the floor! Can you tell me more about it? Thank you!
love the drain, where can i get one like this
trench drains look good & seem so clean. are they easy to clean? how does one trap the hair?
The perforated section of the drain lifts out for cleaning. It all drains into a standard 2" pipe underneath. Yes it is a great look and keeps the floor slope to a minimum.
If you click on the green tag in the photo it gives you the website for ordering this drain. Thanks for asking!
white wall tile, floor transition into shower
Trim idea. Make it match floor.
trench drain and bench (welded supports installed on studs to suspend
Drain on the floor and floor tile.
drainage. the grate still goes to a round drain pipe. tile or ? floor look
“kicsi mozaik” — zittilonia
Convertible Courtyards House
Ideabooks3,698
Questions4
there a slope for the shower drain?
I am thinking about a frameless design with a stainless line drain but worry about the water drain flow.
Are these shower drains available in Toronto?
Hello, we are looking to purchase a linear drain for our shower, but would like
screen finishing very close to where vanity commences = no wasted space
“frameless shower, no curb, tile floor” — mark architecture
FOC Design
Villa Aquarius
Ideabooks3,831
Questions4
Obviously cannot brush teeth in it. Where does water go? Will the drain get mossy? It is such a great idea though. Truly a conversation piece. Love it
thanks! the drain is hidden under the travertine slab on the floor. It drains well and cleaning is simple - lift the travertine to expose the stainless grill....
The water runs into a hidden drain in the floor covered by the travertine - you can see the small cut in the travertine.
Although I don't think its a practicable choice given that you use it to wash your hands and the mess it must make on the floor and wall when it splashes down onto the drain tile at the end of the run.
Some of today's sink designs don't need a P-trap, like the one in this photo. This sink doesn't even have a waste line; the water simply slides down into the shower drain!
“Maybe the coolest sink I've seen.” — jillianngainey
KellyBaron
3 Reviews
Romantic Bath
Ideabooks35,397
Questions21
What is used as the on the floor for tile and what is the color?
Could I see a close up of the drain and how the mosaics fit around it?
Do the floor mosaics need to be cut or did you use full squares to accommodate the square drain? How do you clean the drain?
Is the floor and seat slippery?
need to be cut to fit the drain perfectly. As for cleaning - regular cleaning like any other drain.
The floor tile in the shower is
I would have to see your space to be fair to offer an opinion. That being said i love all things ivory/cream and white ..with detail on the floor or chair rail. Find a look you like and then find a very good tile installer. Best of luck! send pics..
If your shower or local code requires a 3-inch drain and waste line, consider a larger traditional drain like
“Stylish. Lots of taste” — Bay Area Home Design
Luisa Interior Design
3 Reviews
Norman Park Project
Ideabooks3,865
Questions8
Does the toilet have a floor or rear waste?
If that is a shower, where is the drain??
what brand is this flooring? is it a ceramic? or stamped concrete?
Is a floor slope needed for the shower drain?
I am thinking to add a frameless design with a line drain. Thanks!
It seems to be a long drain against the wall.
The floor-tiles are ceramic 190 x 1200 from Par-ker Porcelanosa Grupo
long shower grid in place of center drain.
Floor same in shower as outside shower
Lighter version of this floor for jack and jill
Same bathroom floor tile in the shower
like floor and glass wall but not the color of wall
whether it or not it can be done. For example, most new homes have a ‘set-out’ distance of 140-165mm (the distance from the wall to the centre of the waste outlet). However, they can sometimes be more than 200mm or fewer than 100mm, which could hamper your plans. You need a professional thumbs-up on things
“tiles” — cazzaly
ZeroEnergy Design
10 Reviews
Family Loft
Ideabooks5,548
Questions5
up the space by pairing a platform shower with a freestanding tub. The open shower, wall-hung vanity, and wall-hung water closet create continuous flooring and an expansive feeling. The result is a welcoming space with a calming aesthetic.
floor to ceiling gray tile wall
Where is the waste (drain) for the shower? I had heard those tiles need a strip drain because you can't grade to the waste like normal, but I can't see it
The linear drain is on the floor against the wall with windows. http://www.quickdrainusa.com was used in this project.
flooring and shower jean's room
wood-tile/linear drain along exterior wall/floor imperceptibly angled to drain/clear glass splash guard/floating vanity
fresh bright with dark walls and floor
“bathtub” — ljfreeman
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Fairfield House
Ideabooks70,327
Questions29
To what degree is the shower floor surface slanted?
Interested in the drain as well; source? Thank you!
Interested in knowing who makes the thin rectangular drain and color/supplier of tile?
Who makes that slot style linear shower drain?
step up to the towel are is 6", the step down to the shower is roughly 4" then slopes to the drain, This is a second floor shower and we had to contain water, rather than a whole wet area with a central floor drain.
The Grata drain looks like a primary shower drain. You will need to privately test this drain if your having permits pulled as I believe they have not applied for a primary shower drain classification ion North America. Like mentioned above the Proline drain is as close to this drain as you can get
“floating bench...perhaps the drain is under the bench here? nice” — ekedok
modern house architects
4 Reviews
Poured Concrete Sink
Ideabooks13,019
Questions12
How would put a stopper in this type of drain?
I would like a horizontal drain in my laundry room, but how can I close the drain to fill the sink?
What are the drain details for this type of integral sink/counter
Does it drain to a regular circular drain? What fittings were used to make this work? I'm looking for plumbing details.
What about a rubber mat that suctions down and can basically cover any slot drain? Just saying?
kathibl At the moment no one mass produces a stopper for a slot drain. I have worked over some design ideas over the years but so far the lack of demand has not justified pursuing
solid piece of stone could be carved into this shape but it would be hard to source, very expensive, incredibly heavy, and produce a lot of unnecessary waste. Concrete is an amazing material worth learning about. Regards, Vincent Cathcart VC Studio Inc. vince@vcstudioinc.com
“Sink” — Stefanie Gilbert Green
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