2,815 accessible bathroom Contemporary Living Design Photos

Raad Studio
NoHo Duplex
Ideabooks1,566
Questions2
this slides! How about the kitchen? To seperate the bathroom
Biblioteca blanca corrediza 1 The homeowner can access books and records from a floor-to-ceiling bookcase by pulling out a nearby ladder. When it’s not in use
The homeowner can access books and records from a floor-to-ceiling bookcase by pulling out a nearby ladder. When it’s not in use, she slides the entire bookcase out of the way over the staircase on the left.
The homeowner can access books and records from a floor-to-ceiling
The homeowner can access books and records from a floor-to-ceiling bookcase by pulling out a nearby ladder. When it’s not in use, she slides the entire bookcase out of the
wanted full-height storage to display collectibles and thought it would be great to put it over the stairway, but we said, ‘Yeah, but how would you access it?’” says House. “So we devised this sliding bookcase that 90 percent of the time lives over the stairs.”
“So simple, yet so functional!!!” — clark1ac
Robert kiejdan
4 Reviews
Dormers
Ideabooks3,990
Questions7
Are the storage access doors custom ordered, made from? plywood, cut down from slab doors?
I made an access opening in a bedroom into a new attic and have been struggling with the door.... tired of the piece of
insulation held in place by a 2x4. :-) Also, I am trying to do some knee wall storage in a 'bonus' room. Trying to decide if I just want to make an access door into 'attic' space or actually make finished open storage. thank you,
Like the little doors for accessing the 'storage' areas
Attic converted into additional living space. Room for guest living, bedroom, bathroom.
Love the hang out area, bathroom and bedroom in this attic
“Modele pour le 1e3etage” — beaugil
Gary Gladwish Architecture
6 Reviews
Eagle Ridge
Ideabooks1,720
Questions5
Walkway to the side is interesting. Bathroom? Laundry? Outdoor access with shower as well ?
that access to the sliding doors became easier to manage. Over time the raw steel will rust to a reddish brown color, as seen beginning at the bottom of the supports.
Gladwish could have used one steel structural beam, but he used two so that access to the sliding doors became easier to manage. Over time the raw steel will rust to a reddish brown color, as seen beginning at the bottom of the
Gladwish could have used one steel structural beam, but he used two so that access to the sliding doors became easier to manage.
Gladwish could have used one steel structural beam, but he used two so that access to the sliding doors became easier to manage. Over time the raw steel will rust to a reddish brown color, as seen beginning at the bottom of the supports.
“Fireplace separating the living space from the dining space” — ckielland
DMVF Architects
3 Reviews
Cottage Cubed - Remodel of a 25sqm Fishermans Cottage.
Ideabooks923
Questions2
was constructed. The top of which is a sleeping platform. The faces of the cube are the stiarcase and kitchen. The interior of the cube contains a bathroom and utility. Cottage Cubed was completed in 2012 by DMVF Architects. www.dmvf.ie. Photos by Ros Kavanagh.
of the photo. We dropped the floor level of the kitchen area by about 540mm so that we could get usable space inside the cube for the utility and bathroom areas. Floor to low point of ceiling in living room is 2528mm (over eight feet). Floor to high point of ceiling (ridge) in living room is 3688mm
Doyle and his team removed the home's original low ceiling and inserted a plywood cube, each side with its own function. The kitchen takes up one side, access to the shower room is around the corner, a sleeping loft sits on the top, and this side holds storage and a small utility space. "It became apparent
“Invites you to look around the corner, use the stairs, see if that's a cabinet....” — starfaced
Balance Associates Architects
3 Reviews
Party Shack
Ideabooks2,461
Questions1
Wheelchair accessibility may be the most obvious reason, but it’s far from the only one. A ramp is also helpful for aging-in-place design, and it’s more fun (and safer)
RAMP? Balance Associates ArchitectsSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Project: Add a ramp. Why: Wheelchair accessibility may be the most obvious reason, but it’s far from the only one. A ramp is also helpful for aging-in-place design, and it’s more fun (and safer)
ramp indoors for wheelchair access to upstairs
Project: Add a ramp.Why: Wheelchair accessibility may be the most obvious reason, but it’s far from the only one. A ramp is also helpful for aging-in-place design, and it’s more fun (and safer) than stairs for young children. With proper planning, a ramp can fit into indoor and outdoor spaces just as
“wow wood and space so cooool” — stugall
Studio 512
Ridgeway
Ideabooks1,128
Questions2
each. The lower cabinetry banks are all drawers, which make it easier to access the entire space.
spaces under both the sink and stove are open, so Allen could comfortably use each. The lower cabinetry banks are all drawers, which make it easier to access the entire space.
spaces under both the sink and stove are open, so Allen could comfortably use each. The lower cabinetry banks are all drawers, which make it easier to access the entire space.Wall paint: 178 Base 2, eggshell finish, Benjamin Moore
“Consider sloped ceiling??” — hlowy
Vanguarda Architects
Vanguarda Architects
Ideabooks2,142
Questions2
withdrawing the access to the house towards the center of the lot, allowing for wider perspectives at the rear of the lot and without limits to the environment. Aligned on the front façade are the garages, study, toilet and service rooms: laundry, pantry, one bedroom, one bathroom and the barbecue area
This geometry created a long path towards the entrance of the house, which was designed by combining vehicle and pedestrian access. The social areas are organized from the access hall around an inner yard that integrates natural light to the different environments. The kitchen, the dining room, the gallery
“like the layout” — MCC Excursions
Elad Gonen
1 Review
living room
Ideabooks10,665
Questions12
Can you please tell me where the access to all the wires for the TV, DVD player etc. is? I understand they would be hidden in the wall and cabinetry, however im curious as to how easily they can be gotten
The access point for the TV is behind the set - and the point for the components is behind them.
Yes... but where is the *access point* to said cords? And the power point? Is there a secret hidden compartment you can
which parts of the cord i need, however currently do have many cords snaking everywhere, hence my question. Also was curious as to how those cords are accessed in the instance one replaces their TV etc.
“Colours of room” — edwinalucey
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