10,979 pull down Bathroom Design Photos

Brian Watford ID
1 Review
Master Bathroom
Ideabooks11,932
Questions8
remembering the name or finding the order for the darker tile at the moment but it is from Materials Marketing Stone & Tile...their website is also down right now so can't look it up
“tile ceiling” — gm32559
PMK+designers
Lai Residence
Ideabooks5,239
Questions2
niche all the way down
“Shower niche” — Carol Haddock
Jody Brettkelly
Brettkelly Re-model (Our House)
Ideabooks2,852
Questions2
cold water. My dream bath would have a recirculating water supply with a waterfall over the bench so I could sit there and have it run over my head and down on the rest of me. Better than a bath and sooooo relaxing. On another post from Houzz we discussed bidets....Rinsing off and drying. Would rather not
“Bathroom 32” — visionaryvanguard
Bella Villa Design Studio
5 Reviews
Parade 2012- Hacienda
Ideabooks3,901
Questions5
usually only done when the counter is very small and there will be a lot of splashing i.e. kids bathroom. You can also turn the liner (blue liner on top) down on each end of the backsplash to finish off the sides. Hope this helps! Best, Stephanie with Bella Villa Design Studio, Austin, TX
“Tile” — clindheimer
McC | Architecture pllc
7 Reviews
Kitchen Renovation, New Jersey
Ideabooks6,173
Questions5
tiled drop-down ceiling
“Close to current bathrm” — Michelle Dixon
Crisp Architects
43 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks5,620
Questions5
ugly tile hiding down there, maybe we can live with it?
“Windows around tub Beam Faucets” — S&J Designs, LLC
Arrow House Design Studios
Jericho beach retreat
Ideabooks2,502
Questions4
drop down under window
“floors” — brittanyavena
Martinkovic Milford Architects
7 Reviews
Siroka Residence
Ideabooks2,309
Questions2
The tiles get darker as they move down, this is an example or gradation
“Niko's glass shower sample” — jon6uan2on
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