57,627 Designer Drains Eclectic Home Design Photos

Leslie Lewis & Associates
Norton Commons Charity House 2012
Ideabooks5,133
Questions5
down the drain ultimately end up in our water system — and it is not easy to remove them. Choose natural products whenever possible, and never flush medications down the toilet.
Shelves, design
“room color” — Walter Willis II
Loudon Architecture & Design/Build Firm
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Davenport Building Solutions
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Highland
Ideabooks3,655
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built in drain board.
Bracket design
“Floor?” — jenrosales
Harrell Remodeling
5 Reviews
Bathrooms
Ideabooks5,804
Questions6
presume the designer made a hole in the centre for the drain.
“wall color” — kristenraney3
Aquatic Consultants, Inc
1 Review
Connecticut
Ideabooks3,070
Questions3
they are designed to with stand harsh chemical environments and UV rays! I think they would put the icing on the cake of this beautiful pool and just make it really stand out!
perimeter drain
“Like the keeping the hiney out of the water. And I like the umbrella in the pool thing.” — mrrodneyandrews
Craftwork
3 Reviews
Cumberland Street
Ideabooks1,995
Questions2
towards the drain
the same design or something
“Very cool” — hirerite
swelldone
Backyard Bath House
Ideabooks6,387
Questions1
Photo, design and construction by Sloan Schang
corksABS drain pipeClaw-foot tubLight fixture — $50:Soap crateStrand of Christmas lightsExtension cordOther materials:Clear outdoor protective sealer for all wood that's not pressure treatedRepurposed materials for bath accessories (cedar decking shower caddy, tree stump side table, towel hooks)More: See
“Outdoor bath” — tinny111
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Mid-Century Modern Décor meets Bold Textiles in a Mississippi Home
Ideabooks1,623
Questions2
don't want drain board. If I had it, wouldn't I still need to use a plastic drainboard or drain pad to eliminate slickness and soften to decrease chance of breaking dishes? Could the space still function as a countertop, esp. Handy for setting hot things? Would have to raise window or possibly turn into bay
with a drain board or not. Like vintage pulls on windows. Don't think I want the French dividers because they aren't original to this house.
“Kitchen farmhouse sink” — judycoffin
David Churchill - Architectural Photographer
Edinburgh Apartment
Ideabooks1,449
Questions2
there a drain in the slab to ensure water will not enter?
French drain...chain drain idea
“skyscraper” — Welmer Felasol
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