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Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Eureka Valley Residence
Ideabooks7,970
Questions14
years homeowners have been told they have to have a bathtub in a main bathroom. It didn’t matter that no-one would ever use it. And it didn’t matter that the cost of the tub – from building the extra area needed to house it to all of the long-term costs – would put a real dent in the homeowner’s wallet
costs — would put a real dent in the homeowner’s wallet. What mattered was resale and having that tub to make sure the house could be sold.So ask yourself if you really want that tub. If you’re a bath person, ask yourself if the tub has to be in the main bathroom, or if you can do with a nice-size tub
Is that tub really necessary? For many years homeowners have been told that they have to have a “garden tub” in a main bathroom. It didn’t matter that no one would ever use it. And it didn’t matter that the cost of the tub — from building the extra area needed to house it to all of the long-term costs
“Shelf too high behind tub” — shebair
Anna Teeples Designs
1 Review
Master Suite
Ideabooks26,763
Questions17
(only), hook up to a Rough In adaptor in the wall and operate from Deck mounted single lever tub mixer. I can send you part numbers if you would like. Homeowners - love their single handed, deck mounted sink faucets! Last - the tub is Americh contura ii 7232 http://www.americh.com/pd3.php?s_product_model
(only), hook up to a Rough In adaptor in the wall and operate from Deck mounted single lever tub mixer. I can send you part numbers if you would like. Homeowners - love their single handed, deck mounted sink faucets! THX ~anna
This tub is Americh Contura II #7332, It does come in different sizes. Homeowners do really like this tub. http://www.americh.com/pd3.php?s_product_model=Contura+II&s_product_shape=&product_id=99 The handles are : http://www
“Basins” — 7107290046081
Laura Garner
Black, white and gold brighten a fun, contemporary Montreal loft
Ideabooks508
Questions1
There's no bathtub. Why would be plan our construction around the next homeowner? LOVE IT
you really need in a house,” she says. “We thought to ourselves, ‘Are we ever going to use a bathtub?’ Why plan the construction around the next homeowners if we won’t use it?”
all you really need in a house,” she says. “We thought to ourselves, ‘Are we ever going to use a bathtub?’ Why plan the building around the next homeowners if we won’t use it?”
“bathroom layout with shower” — pallavim
chadbourne + doss architects
4 Reviews
Lobster Boat Residence
Ideabooks4,013
Questions5
look into somewhere around me that sells that. August 17, 2012 at 6:01pm Like Report brettmarl chadbourne+doss - curious if you have heard from homeowner how the Milestone has held up over time. any issues with keeping it clean/mildew/re-sealing? thinking of doing this for a build we are working on
need to look into somewhere around me that sells that. August 17, 2012 at 6:01pm Like brettmarl chadbourne+doss - curious if you have heard from homeowner how the Milestone has held up over time. any issues with keeping it clean/mildew/re-sealing? thinking of doing this for a build we are working on
“curbless shower” — mysammy1
Drury Design
17 Reviews
Transitional Master Bath
Ideabooks190K
Questions67
shower offers the answer to day-time stress! With 6 body sprays, fixed and hand-held shower heads, as well as a rain shower head and steam unit, this homeowner can wash away the tensions of the day. Easy to clean, large-scale porcelain tile walls, along with the pebble shower floor and glass mosaic tiles
all offered at a package price ... with no changes allowed ... in order to keep the package price down.) I believe there are literaly thousands of homeowners who would go for a package deal on this incredible shower. Whether a "do-it-your selfer" ... or a plumbing contractor ... either would appreciate
Homeowners 65 and older are more likely to skip adding a bathtub than those under 35. This could be for any number of reasons, but it’s likely that younger homeowners may have or expect to have children, who would be more likely to use
“built in shelves & seat / step” — Natasha Minson
Niki Papadopoulos
Plaza Towers Condo Renovation
Ideabooks3,270
Questions7
wall with a acrylic insert; the insert is a product made by Lumicor consisting of bamboo reeds cast in acrylic. This use of materials offers the homeowners a balance of light control, translucency and privacy.
between the closet and bedroom. The insert is a product made by Lumicor consisting of bamboo reeds cast in acrylic. This use of materials offers the homeowners a balance of light control, translucency and privacy. Photography by Lauren Rubenstein More Houzz Tours: It's a Bloomsbury Life Three Men and a
between the wardrobe and bedroom. The insert is a product made by Lumicor consisting of bamboo reeds cast in acrylic. This use of materials offers the homeowners a balance of light control, translucency and privacy.
“lumicor sliding door” — kathleenlowe
Green Mountain Construction & Design
Barrier-Free Shower Stall
Ideabooks12,343
Questions16
a curbless shower makes a bathroom feel bigger and look cleaner plus it is very practical for aging in place homeowners since it adhere to universal design principles.
4. Curbed-shower enthusiasm. A curbless shower makes a bathroom feel bigger and look cleaner — plus, it's very practical for aging-in-place homeowners, since it adheres to universal design principles. This look is fairly easy to achieve in a new bathroom or a remodel — just make sure you mention it to
4. Curbed-shower enthusiasmA curbless shower makes a bathroom feel bigger and look cleaner – plus, it’s very practical for ageing homeowners, since it adheres to universal design principles. This look is fairly easy to achieve in a new bathroom or a renovation – just make sure you mention
“barrier free style” — nswalaska
Christopher Simmonds Architect
1 Review
Gatineau Hills
Ideabooks1,382
Questions2
ways your team members communicate. The vast majority of projects use two-dimensional drawings (as well as written specifications) to communicate a homeowner’s intent to the construction team. This documentation is used to create your three-dimensional structures.This sounds simple enough, but there are
“downstairs bathroom” — kevinphan
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