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Chris Snook
Neo Bankside
Ideabooks7,344
Questions8
shower ledge
Shower niche...shower cutout...Wide shower shelf
“Toilet. Would it work over our stairs? No base” — lucyspot
Celia James
3 Reviews
Cheyne Walk Project
Ideabooks13,697
Questions7
Can't tell from picture if there is a door of any kind or a curtain for the tub/shower. Can you tell me if it's just hidden or if there is nothing there at all?
Mirror reaching all across into the shower area
I like the sink, cabinet, tub/shower and tile.
Vanity buts up to shower
“bath” — Angela Martin
Moon Design + Build
2 Reviews
208RR
Ideabooks4,069
Questions5
masterbath tub shower cover with small tole
Garage level shower 5/27
Tile for shower floor
shower tiles
“Sparkly tile” — vanhoosedesign
Lee Kimball
9 Reviews
Deck House Entry and Bath
Ideabooks12,021
Questions7
hidden shower space with a view
Master shower...shower door...door for shower
“Master bath” — terihartsell
Matthew Davis Photography
Bathrooms
Ideabooks105
Questions0
open shower
wall mount shower head
large shower head
“Love the shutters” — Victoria Ward
Greenleaf Lighting Ltd
Private residents Nr Maidstone Kent
Ideabooks107
Questions1
what is the size of the shower
Like the toilet, the shower, the vanity which does not touch the floor.
frameless shower glass
“walls/TV/floor” — bitnoj1
Colin Cadle Photography
2 Reviews
Collingwood
Ideabooks170
Questions1
En-suite shower room designed with simple, clean lines. Stunning duplex apartment in a converted Victorian Villa, Torquay, South Devon. Colin Cadle Photography, Photo Styling Jan Cadle. www.colincadle.com
The basin and clean lines of the shower
framed shower door
“The basin and clean lines of the shower” — Stephanie Sykes
Old World Kitchens & Custom Cabinets
6 Reviews
Powder Room
Ideabooks105K
Questions31
Love this! Do you have other pics. I'm curious how you did the shower, i.e. colors of tile...
in a shower before, and even with regular maintenance, it has not discolored or even grown mildew. The client still loves it and has no complaints about keeping it clean. of course, it is all about what YOU as the user will be comfortable with, so if you do not want to have texture in the shower, you
like the stacked stone(Chinese oyster slate panel) for the master bath shower
“Facet/mirror” — noaa0301
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