201,455 Traditional toilet Bathroom Design Photos

Skyring Architects
1 Review
Bathroom
Ideabooks1,686
Questions4
Great bathroom setup - western wall for us - toilet next to vanity and freestanding bath opposite.
“darker grout with white tile” — amelie7480
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6 Reviews
Sammamish Master Bathroom
Ideabooks1,229
Questions2
Two different accent tiles make a statement and add a pop of color against the large white wall tiles in the custom shower. Frameless glass creates a custom and modern feel to the space. This small powder bath lacked interest and was quite dark despite having a window. We added white horizontal tongue & groove on the lower portion of the room with a warm graphic wallpaper a...More
“Accent tile” — Alisa Gogarty
Henarise Pty Ltd
9 Reviews
Newtown House
Ideabooks749
Questions2
Out site toilet
“OUTDOOR SHOWER???” — ayres1958
Garret Cord Werner Architects & Interior Designers
6 Reviews
Bathroom
Ideabooks6,894
Questions14
Suspended is interesting but then you need to match it with suspended toilets.
“counter and cabinet” — cyndy2014
Architects Magnus
3 Reviews
jewell - casita bathroom
Ideabooks9,999
Questions13
pebble shower floor with frameless glass, toilet then vanity
“3 form in store front system” — sabatacus
Jaffa Group Design Build
1 Review
2381 lucky john
Ideabooks1,581
Questions4
Toilet door
“Black & frosted glass” — susie0494
Toro-Lombardo Design Build
13 Reviews
Malibu remodel
Ideabooks1,012
Questions1
put the toilet in shower?
“mosaic” — dpmrsgundy
Contemporary Bathroom
Ideabooks30,474
Questions13
Put the lid down. Bathrooms are full of shot-ruining pitfalls. The number one rule: PUT DOWN THE LID ON THE TOILET! Number two: Get your towels and washcloths in check. Number three: Put your toothbrush, toothpaste, and tacky plastic liquid soap bottle away. Number four: Get that stupid fluffy loofah
“Meuble” — audrey3107
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