57,560 Designer Drains Eclectic Home Design Photos

HBF plus Design
1 Review
Western Run-kitchen
Notice the drain grooves in the countertop near the sink.
sink and integrated drain
Draining grooves in quartz
integrated drain board
Integrated drain boards
built in drain....drain to the sink...HBF plus Design
“Quarter sawn Douglas fir with translucent antique cherry stain” — mfcallahan
Eclectic Bathroom
shower drain rocks, floor tile
tile design in shower
stones in drain area
black rocks in floor drain
Bathroom tiles design
shower drain...Shower Tile Design...good open design
“Limestone tile” — Karpuk Design Group
Cori Halpern, BAA Int. Des., NCIDQ
3 Reviews
Cori Halpern
into the drain by the door. The drain also comes in different patterns and sizes. Glad you like it, I love the look too, but it is not great for every application - you need the space to grade the floor properly.
drain at door, glass attached to flooring
3 sided shower design
like the design...Great design....Floor drain
“cool concept” — loril03
Loudoun County Premier Home Builder
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Green Mountain Construction & Design
Barrier-Free Shower Stall
apartment designed by Eric Safyan, Architect, with Green Mountain Construction & Design
y bad design there. The "WC" as you say is 15 inches not "cm" from center to the wall, (or shelf) as per code around here. I notched a joist to get it exactly where the client wanted it, so they have space between the sink and toilet. I also added jambs for doors over the towel niche, but so far they
enough to drain water quickly and completely. A lot of old houses have floors more slanted than 1/4" per foot (until I level them) and nobody falls down. The floor tile is Daltile, Veranda Solids, color: Saddle. It has a comfortable, leathery feel to it. Easy to grip.
shower to drain, I worry about slip resistance of a smooth tile like this.
“Tiles in shower” — Ruthie Cinco
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
Michigan farmhouse
table at Design Within Reach looks different to me.
This looks wonderful, Rebekah. Great design work!
it's more designed to hide things rather than show them off. http://www.contempospace.com/bedroom-furniture/wardrobe-closets/corner-wardrobes/alta-corner-wardrobe-closet-free-standing-corner-closet.html
Table..design with in reach "cross extension table".
I came across a design blog the other day
a good design. Honestly, I have never done well with the word "must," especially when it comes to how we do our homes. In reality, when all of the furniture in a room is the same style, the aura created tends to be sterile and uninteresting. Compare that to this dining room, which makes me want to come
“Massive mirror” — jomaharaj
Dayna Katlin Interiors
1 Review
Pool House Bathroom
out. Designer Dayna Katlin made this sink from a vintage shell she found at an antiques store. A marble fabricator drilled a hole for the drain, and she balanced it on the vanity with clear acrylic cubes.
stand out.Designer Dayna Katlin made this sink from a vintage shell she found at an antiques store. A marble fabricator drilled a hole for the drain, and she balanced it on the vanity with clear acrylic cubes.
“Half bath” — Jessica Colligan
UB Kitchens
28 Reviews
French Country Kitchen
offset drain is our signature. It also looks like one of my patented Retrofit designs where the apron is shorter than the bowl and there is a channel behind the apron to slip over existing cabinetry. http://www.rachiele.com
offset drain is a great idea to get the plumbing out of the way in the undersink cabinet! I also love those Waterstone faucets, and don't even get me started on those hoods and countertops...! Just Beautiful! Love your work and also a huge fan of your cousin's work :)
“Like the backsplash” — keril
The Impatient Gardener
Modern cottage bathroom
over the drain so you can open that to clean the drain without removing the wood floor. The entire wood floor lifts out when necessary. We probably lift it up to thoroughly clean underneath it about once a month and remove it to pressure wash it and reoil it every few months. As long as you don't use soaps
nice tile design, removable teak floor (requires oiling 3X/year)
“Corner entrance” — missjenner
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