20 about energy star Eclectic Bath Design Photos

Whitney Lyons
4 Reviews
REX House
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the professional is familiar with your local codes. To get an idea of units to consider, look at the Energy Star database for certified water heaters. Houzz users have chimed in on a discussion about tankless water heaters, too. But I caution you that many of the negative reviews I have seen in the U
I like something about this for a downstairs bath
the professional is familiar with your local codes. To get an idea of units to consider, look at the Energy Star database for certified water heaters.Houzz users have chimed in on a discussion about tankless water heaters, too. But I caution you that many of the negative reviews I have seen in the U
“recycled wood” — carolyadams
Sara Bates
South Philly Row House
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I think Kohler and American Standard had similar fixtures in their utility section - may have to call them and ask about wall mount sink fixtures and make sure you measure your spacing between the hot and cold. I have a sink like this and they don't really make fixtures to fit it anymore. let me know
you treat it like your own customizable (and easily changed) wallpaper. Just use white chalk to create your own pattern — try tiny plus signs, dots, stars, triangles or waves.See how to make your own chalkboard paint
you treat it like your own customisable (and easily changed) wallpaper. Just use white chalk to create your own pattern - try tiny plus signs, dots, stars, triangles or waves.
“Hand painted + pattern” — James Hunsberger
Arijit
arijit
Ideabooks2,086
Questions4
People are calling this a tub but there is no tub spout and it looks like it's about 8" high. This is a shower, right? Why is the curb so high? To accommodate space for the lighting?
Want to create a bathtub worthy of a 5-star hotel? Light it up! All that’s missing from this scene is a glass of wine and a great book.
How about lighting in the floor around the base of the shower (not the tub as shown here)?
Want to create a bathtub worthy of a 5-star hotel? Light it up! All that’s missing from this scene is a glass of wine and a great book.
“Colors” — wpnmgmt
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With a midnight blue ceiling and tiny gold stars but everything else comparable?
I'm considering eliminating the shower door and going with a curtain after seeing this. What do I need to know/be concerned about when thinking about a curtain vs wall or door? The opening or width of the shower will be 70" and the shower depth between 36 (min) to 42 (max). Entry will
fixtures are normally pure Graceland territory, but in this otherwise simple, modern bathroom they look lovely, irreverent and elegant. I love everything about this bathroom.
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Linda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
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The Cliffs at Mountain Park: Private Residence
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achieve the LEED for Homes Silver rating, the home includes such green features as solar thermal water heating, solar shading, low-e clad windows, Energy Star appliances, and native plant and wildlife habitat. All photos taken by Rachael Boling Photography
“pebblestone/tile treatment in bath” — stuckmom
Greenbelt Construction
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Cat Mountain, Greenbelt Homes, Austin TX
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Thank you for your interest in GBC! For interior questions about this Cat Mountain project, please contact the interior designer Glynis Wood at glynisgwood@yahoo.com. For more great information & photos of this and other GBC projects, please check out our website @
Thank you for your interest in GBC! For interior questions about this Cat Mountain project, please contact the interior designer Glynis Wood at glynisgwood@yahoo.com. For more great information & photos of this and other GBC projects, please check out our
Thank you for your interest in GBC! For interior questions about this Cat Mountain project, please direct your questions to the designer Glynis Wood @ glynisgwood@yahoo.com For more great information & photos of this and other GBC projects
“Floor, vanity.” — Kathryn Kroeckel Lokar
Impact Remodeling and Construction
Capitol Hill Master Suite
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i really want a heated towel rack that is inconspicuous and energy efficient. I like how this glass panel separates two sections of the room, without being obtrusive. The room definitely works better by having two
Love this exposed brick wall in the bathroom. What about behind the tub instead of tile?
your towels toasty. Heated towel bars add luxury to the bath, giving you a wonderful way to wrap up when you step out of a steamy shower. Learn more about towel warmers
“LOVE the feminine/whimsical mirror against masculine/linear brick wall” — kwallace717
Palmerston Design Consultants
6 Reviews
Indian Grove Bathroom
Ideabooks11,988
Questions20
thought about the marble chair rail
marble or subway tile, it's perfection. Notice how the dashes of yellow in the painting and in the flowers infuse energy into the room.
Bring in the art. There’s something extra fun about choosing art for the bath; you can look for a vintage sign, go for a little bathroom humor or maybe even find a
“H.” — emager
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