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Hello there. This bathroom is absolutely lovely but I wonder where you have designed storage space since there isn't any under the sinks?
I do like this bathroom. The two sins on each side and the shower faucets, which is going to give you a wonderful shower. But how about use this shower faucets at ... It is equipped with a led color changing light,it would be more interesting,I think.
the sinks are actually 16" diameter which is very functional. flaminia, an italian company makes a similar sink which i have used a number of times for regular ensuite sinks, and they work very well.
Good use of corner space for basins
small bath with limited space for shower, toilet & sink
we opted against this since it would have enclosed the space too much."
Can anyone tell me what colors are used on the walls?
clever solution for an attic space
Different use of space on bathroom
Back to back sinks. Good for small space
I like the use of space.
cool idea using central space where ceiling is higher and partitioning off the room to put
Good idea, if you don't have a lot of wall space, create
back to back vanities for use in a bathroom with eaves
eye-catching, so consider them for a focal point in the bathroom. Especially if the space is funky or small — a focal point distracts the eye from awkward ceilings.
Maximise an unused areaIf your bathroom lacks wall space, try this trick: face-to-face vanity units plonked smack bang in the middle of
private preparation zones. Compare this to a double vanity that requires family members to play nice and share the space.
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Fantastic use of rubber, did you use it on the walls and in the shower too?
of using that space that would normally not be fully used above a toilet tank. It's a very clean-lined and uncluttered look.
This is one more bathroom with the same idea of using that space that would normally not be fully used above a toilet tank. It's a very clean-lined and uncluttered look.
Clever use of space - wall framed out around concealed cistern, also includes recessed mirrored cabinet
more bathroom with the same idea of using that space that would normally not be fully used above a toilet tank. It's a very clean-lined and uncluttered look.
This is one more bathroom with the same idea of using that space that would normally not be fully used above a toilet tank. It's a very clean-lined
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Just how many different materials were used here? What happened?
It's tile and you can use most anything on it
love the combo in such a small space
Great layout leaves hope for separate shower and tub in a small space
tile and a lot in a small space
use mosaic to highlight the bathtub!
Be canny with your fixturesWith small bathrooms, you need to use every trick in the design book to cram in everything you want. In this room with a sloping ceiling, a glass-screened shower has been fitted at the highest end, while a plunge pool-style tub tucks nicely under the lower end and provides
7. Be smart about fixtures. With small bathrooms you need to use every trick in the design book to cram in everything you want. In this room with a sloping ceiling, a 3-foot by 5-foot, 2-inch glass-screened shower
that a real outside space behind the window or a mirrored illusion?
what hardware did you use to construct those open shelves?
I would love to reproduce your open medicine cabinet look. What kind of hardware did you use to suspend the glass
Shelves that we could use in the bathtub behind the shower head
Space by the sink and tub
Use of wall recess as bathroom shelving
or plumbing running through it, that is space you can use. This long niche next to the vanity pictured here has glass shelves and lighting at the top. It provides a handy place for a towel or toiletries, and it looks beautiful at the same time. Tip: When using open storage like this, transfer toiletries
Claim as much space as possibleCreating niches is a great way to use space you might not even know you have. Inside your walls are studs, and they are usually about 40 centimetres apart, while the
Traditional Bathroom- Bath Vanity
would you use this for a guest bathroom at a cabin?
Hello My space is only 69" long Would the drawers be to small can you send a picture of how it would look TH
Do you know where i can get a vanity like that in the UK? and what is the wood material used? thanks
What is the stone used for the trim outlining the bathroom floor? (not the Calcutta gold)
The vanity is sharp! Its the uniqueness in this space.
What type of material is used in the shower? Same as the floor or different?
gracious and timely response to each and every request for details of your custom design. From floor material to those oval mirrors to the species of wood used in the crafting of the vanity. I am in awe. THANK YOU!!
What is the brand of the stain you used?
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Can the shower be used as a bathtub?
Is the shower to be used as a bathtub too? This could solve an issue in our beach condo.
Can you tell me what color Heath tile was used here? I love it.
Does the shower space also serve as a tub?
I absolutely love your use of color, it is very inspiring!
Yes it was meant to be used as a tub for a young child, under supervision, of course. As for the tile, it has been a while and I would need to look into my files to find the exact
creative use of an under-used space? Please tell us about it below.
Your home is your largest investment, the place where you spend most of your time and is the family hub. So enjoy it – don’t be afraid to make it yours.WE’D LIKE TO HEAR FROM YOU…Have you made creative use of an underused space? Please
The Recycled House - Bedford, WA
hello is this individual newspapers that was used?
but were conscious to use the space wisely, so opted to turn it into one big room.When first renovating the front character house, Carla and Ben discovered a batch of old 1950s newspapers under the lino flooring. These papers mean a lot to the couple. When they got married they used the papers to create
conscious to use the space wisely, so they opted to have both areas in one big room.When renovating the property’s existing building, Carla and Ben discovered a batch of 1950s newspapers under the linoleum flooring. These papers mean a lot to the couple; when they got married, they used the papers to
3. Turn newspaper into wallpaperUse old newspapers as a fun alternative to store-bought wallpaper. The owners of the gorgeous bathroom pictured here used a batch of old 1950s newspapers that they found under the lino flooring when renovating their