63 dog friendly backyard Bathroom Design Photos

Levy Art & Architecture
1 Review
Laidley Street Residence
Ideabooks4,177
Questions6
The modern door with etched glass below a certain level. Good in second bath? Wait, can't do because need dog door. Maybe custom dog door?
modern outhouse right in your backyard
bathroom to backyard transition
“cut out above the sink for lotion, face wash, etc” — linford123
David Wilkes Builders
4 Reviews
David Wilkes Builders
Ideabooks10,890
Questions12
i need an idea for an attractive dog fence
how can i e-mail the picture to my friend? before i used to have an option to share my faviorate picture and now i guess im not able to, i'm really upset could you pls help me ?
attractive dog fence
“Nice shape” — sweeneyhex1968
Modern Bathroom
Ideabooks1,616
Questions4
Whole room not including dog
Kid friendly fixtures
“Have fun with mirrors or pulls that can be changed easily when kids are older” — winkbenny
Fautt Homes Corp
19 Reviews
Transitional Single story
Ideabooks7,177
Questions12
Where is door in shower going? I would love a private atrium off bathroom...doggie door so dogs can go out at night...don't have to get up and let them out or worry about critters & snakes
Door in shower to the outside, good if you have a backyard pool
Good use if you have a pool in the backyard
“flat frame around window” — annachance
Iwan Sastrawiguna Interior Design
3 Reviews
Bathroom With Its Own Veranda
Ideabooks8,926
Questions6
Covers outdoor tub for me or the dog. Stone matched to floor
Love the idea of a private backyard with this outdoor bath. Minus the Japanese decor.
This backyard bathhouse has Javanese reclaimed wood, an uplighted tub and a mini garden. A stone figurine watches over the bather.
“Roof” — theoost1961
The Tiny Tack House
Our Tiny Tack House
Ideabooks8,235
Questions5
Cute for a backyard pool shower.
loftWho lives here: Chris and Malissa Tack; she works in 3D designLocation: Snohomish, WashingtonBuilt-ins, a fold-down desk and a little help from friends and neighbors allow the Tacks to embrace serious small-space living. See more of this home
loftWho lives here: Chris and Malissa Tack; she works in 3D designLocation: Snohomish, WashingtonBuilt-ins, a fold-down desk and a little help from friends and neighbours allow the Tacks to embrace serious small-space living.See more of this home
here: Chris Tack and his wife Malissa who works in 3D designLocation: Snohomish, Washington, USBuilt-ins, a fold-down desk and a little help from friends and neighbours allow the Tacks to embrace serious small-space living. See more of this home
“pretty neat” — jcpullias1750
Upscale Construction
1 Review
Washington Street Remodel
Ideabooks24,035
Questions31
of an unfinished Basement into a climate-controlled Wine Room, finished Mechanical Room, unique Man's Den, Au-pair Suite, and Laundry Room with tiled Dog Shower. The Main Floor was entirely altered. Both the front and rear yards were completely landscaped and a new wrap-around hardwood deck augmented the
“Bathroom” — ewmonroe
Modern Bathroom
Ideabooks11,761
Questions11
Dog shower friendly
“Stripes” — cakesyoung
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