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Cathy Schwabe Architecture
Russian River Studio
Like the shelf behind the stove, match it to the kitchen cupboard pattern Neat pot lights in the shelving
Some people prefer a free standing woodstove which certainly throw a great deal of radiant heat
note how shelf frames top of sliders, enabling wash lighting, suggesting floor-to-ceiling opening, and "thickening" wall.
elements (water, wood, fire, earth and metal), try to bring something that represents the elements into your space. For instance, glass or a mirror can stand in for water, a candle or lamp for fire, and ceramics for earth. A room with all five elements present will feel more comfortable and well balanced
quality woodstove, which can generate enough heat to warm an entire house on its own, or in conjunction with another source of heat.Tell us: Where do you stand on fireplaces? If you have one, how often do you use it? Would you ever consider getting rid of yours?More: Learn about cleaner-burning woodstoves
LORI HANDBERG-MARTHA O'HARA INTERIORS
Like the vertical line of accent tile in the shower. Also using it
we bought for ms bath. Used accent in shower too.
comes out as a shelf!
Corner Stand alone tub
it in the shelf unit.
Angle tub with shelf above
Sml shelf in corner...Free standing tub
100 Ensuites to Inspire
bathtub one end and shower on another
Free standing tub with wall faucet
Free Standing Tub #4-Dark ceramic tile floor, dark vanity, dark plinth (supports) for free-standing tub.
Freestanding bath. Built in shelf with
Bathtub on a stand...Tub stand...SHELF BEHIND TUB???...for shower.
Abramson Teiger Architects
in tub and shower areas. Thanks.
Since the floor is continuos throughout, does water leak out into the room? Is the shower pan custom
so you can recess a free standing tub. I thought you could, but I was told otherwise... is the platform wood or tile? This would open up so many more possibilites in what I am trying to do versus using the theater stage from Bain Ultra
Curbless showers take some planning. Can't tell on this one, but many times there is an additional trench drain along the entry to the shower as a secondary drain in case it's needed. If not, then the shower floor can be slightly sloped toward the back of the shower and a trench drain installed
I really like this partially submerged free standing tub.
Stockett Tile & Granite Company
Wood floor - pebble floor tile in shower - NOT up walls
stone and tile. Wood floor and stand alone tub.
Love the pebble tiles in shower!
Shower free standing shower seat!!!
freestanding tub with glass shower
Shower walls n floor
River rock in shower
River rock shower...The shower is bomb...stool in shower...Shower tiles...Pebble shower...Cool shower...Shower stone...glass shower...glass shower door...tile shower...shower bench
Master Bath Remodel
fit a somewhat ambitious program while maintaining a sense of spaciousness and light. The new layout placed a generous glass-enclosed shower in one end and a free standing tub in the other. The linear wall-hung walnut cabinet stretches between the two offering plenty of storage space to minimize clutter
Shower floor made of teak wood.
is the clean simplicity of the shower.
Debbie R. Gualco
The ceiling is rounded not flat. Where would the tile stop. Right now it is only half way. But I want a tiled shower.
bench in shower, water closet door
Like the ledge and recess in the shower
Shower and toilet enclosure
Shower with steam room
Love everything...shower, tub, separate
Shower tub with sprayers.
Tiled & concrete Shower bench
fully enclosed shower
walk in shower...tiles in shower...1/2 glass shower...Hooks in shower...Shower enclosure...free standing tub...large shower...shower bench
Re|Structure Design-Build, LLC
A large contemporary bathroom with a large shower, in a home we designed and constructed for a client in New Jersey. Custom walnut vanity with staturary marble top. Note the reveal between the top and vanity base. This simple detail is also carried to the area where the vanity meets the wall in order
SOME mosaic in the shower might be nice