445 Bathroom Contemporary Entry Design Photos

Michelle Hinckley
Entryway.
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not sure that is wallpaper...it could be painted. i did this in my powder bathroom. all you need is a level and good painters tape.
Stripes for bathroom or a bedroom
love for bathroom or laundry room, but stripe is too narrow.
irene Wagner paint idea for bathroom
idea for paint in bathroom?
Stripes bathroom...Bathroom paint
“Stripes for bathroom or a bedroom” — raelenem14
Statkus Architecture Pty Ltd
4 Reviews
Northcote Studio
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Concealed laundry and guest bathroom adjacent double doors opening to deck, studio and yard. Photo by Matthew Mallett
This area is a space between a laundry hidden behind the first three cupboards with a bathroom behind the 4th (furthest back) door. The timber framed glass door on the right hand side opens to the backyard. The flooring is a floor tile on a
a custom design, the 3 door panels in the foreground conceal a laundry area while the door at the back (shown open) conceals and accesses a guest bathroom/ powder room. Each door is clad in Tasmanian Oak wood veneer on both sides.
8. Hidden awayDeceptively simple, this hallway includes a concealed laundry and guest bathroom. Thin stainless-steel handles provide easy access to these handy rooms, while the adjacent double doors open to the deck and studio. A mix of natural materials – honey-toned timber and charcoal stone – produce
“Door” — mblew
Eclectic Entry
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great idea to put wallpaper in the entry! (and downstairs bathroom)
patterned wallpaper around. The first time I saw it was in a Jonathan Adler-designed powder room (which bore a striking resemblance to an original Hicks bathroom). It packs a graphic punch and makes a great first impression in an entryway. This entry has a distinctive eclectic style, with its Moroccan gold-leafed
“Light fixture” — amsandoval
Chona Kasinger
Quincy, WA
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Built in 1991, the Morris home has 11 rooms, including 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, where Curt and Ann currently reside with their three cats, as their children have all left the nest. A crimson wreath complements the cherry wood door of the entrance.Next: Tour more inspiring homes
“railing” — amholt
ZeroEnergy Design
10 Reviews
Family Loft
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Photography by Eric RothHouzz at a GlanceLocation: South End, BostonSize: 1,750 square feet (163 square meters); 2 to 3 bedrooms, 2 bathroomsArchitect Stephanie Horowitz of ZeroEnergy Design moved the front door to line up with the hallway, revealing skyline views the second you walk through the door
“Shelf” — tltdynamite
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
Royal York Apartment
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Maybe paint all four doors in our bathroom black
Bathroom door in basement painted black.
flooring for bathroom
floor for our bathroom
“Floor” — nrh269
TOC design
4 Reviews
Hotel Chic
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added to this small country home thus allowing the clients to redesign the main floor with a larger master suite, housing a separate vanity, and a bathroom filled with technology, elegance and luxury. Although the existing space was acceptable, it did not reflect the charismatic character of the clients
existing “entrance court” and removing all closets thus permitting for a private space to accommodate a large vanity with Jack and Jill sinks, a separate bathroom area housing a deep sculptural tub with air massage and hydrotherapy combination, set in a perfect symmetrical fashion to allow the beautiful views
entry to house all winter and summer apparel yet leave space for guest belongings. Create a fully organized and functional dressing room. Design the bathroom using a large shower but taking in consideration client’s height differences, incorporate client’s flair for modern technology yet keeping with a
“Floor” — konyasriram
Stig Carlson Architecture
2 Reviews
Entry
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Red bathroom
Bathroom color...Bathroom accent
“entry?” — Meredith Ericksen
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