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divider wall, tub area, heated towel rack
heated towel rack, ample bench space and, in the background, part of the glass unit that contains the full-height shower unit. Tip: When it comes to making a statement, think outside the box. Here, the partition is both a partial wall and a sculptural statement piece.
Michael Goodsmith Design
The towel/handle combo on the glass door is what product?
mount towel bar on a door
small bath ideas - TOWEL BAR ON DOOR
Towel bar on the shower door
Mount the towel bar on a door
mount the towel bar on the door
mounted towel rack on door of shower
do you like the towel bar in front like this and handle inside? lmk
Towel bar mounted on glass door
Mount the towel bar on a door. Where can I put my towels? I wish I had a nickel for every time I heard that question. When space is at a minimum, mounting a towel bar on the shower door keeps towels handy. You might need to store the bulk of your towels in a nearby linen closet, but having that one towel
Dirk Denison Architects
Marin County Residence
Towel rail/handle on inside and outside of shower door - really good idea
The towel rack on the door
Towel rail on glass door - handle on inside
Towell bar as shower door handle
love this shower! pivot door, towel bar as handle on inside and out. glass walls to exterior...fabulous fabulous fabulous!
shower pull/towel bar
Towel rod...Rail on door...Towel rail on glass...Towel bar...Towel rail...handl/towel rail
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Julie Charbonneau: Montreal, QC
love the towel rail, where is it from?
towel rack where can I find this..amazing
find that towel warmer?
The shower door and the towel rail
towel warmer on wall. Perhaps on wall coming into bathroom?
towel warmer on wall
Tub and towel warmer
Glass door, towel rack faucet
towel warmer on the wall
heated towel and robe bar
ultimate heated towel bar
towel rack/warmer...towel rack...door & towel warmer...towel warmer...towel heater...Towel rail....Towel rail...heated towel rack
Grandview Gr Prahran
big vetical towel rack, check out shower screen
Marble and towel ladder
Towel rail , sinks...towel rail...towel rack...Heated towel rail...Towel drying bar...Towel hanger...towel bars
Russian Hill Bay View Apartment
get the towel rail. Thank you
Hi, the towel rail was actually found at Bed, Bath & Beyond in San Francisco!
Towel hang under sink, nice high toe kick and big deep drawers for storage
the towel rail and mirrors on the sides of the wall
Hand towel placement and towel warmer
Not sure.... Like towel racks under sink
How the towel hangs underneath countertop
Now THAT is a towel bar! Especially if it is heated. Although I still like that massive one we had in Fiji that was heated. These would hang doubled up.
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Jeff Luth - Soldano Luth Architects
Mercer Island Residence
only for towels. The glass is half inch. I wouldn't use something like this for a safety grab bar. Towels can handle falling down, not a person! Shower door companies might have something that would work for you. We have worked with Solarium Skylight on various projects.
stability rail reminds me of a ballet barre.
says grab rails have to be metal? It's certainly the way to go inside the shower or bath, but you can offer additional stability with grab rails in other parts of the bathroom too. This beautiful maple wood rail adds warmth and style along with security. Tip: Although ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act)
your grab rails provide the safety you are looking for. Make sure your rail can support the force of 250 pounds. Mount it 33 to 36 inches from the floor and allow a minimum of 1½ inches between the wall and the bar.