563 Shower Entry Design Photos

MAK Design + Build Inc.
8 Reviews
Front Door
Ideabooks14,384
Questions5
outdoor shower
“Door” — Heather Joyce
Jacob Lilley Architects
Mud Room
Ideabooks20,956
Questions5
Sounds- but with long 'shower' tray under for wet coats to drain, muddy boots to be cleaned.
“shelving opposite W & D” — sbelligan
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
5 Reviews
Contemporary Vermont Farm House
Ideabooks1,698
Questions2
love this area for dogs/shower
“Cladding” — Garrett Custom Homes & Fine Renvation
Karen Maximo-Fernando
KCMdesigns
Ideabooks4,663
Questions6
Glass panel etched stripe shower wall.
“Puerta” — Fanny De Buendia
Birdseye Design
4 Reviews
Quaker Bluff Residence
Ideabooks5,264
Questions5
Like the long niche for the shower
“reclaimed cabinets” — aubyjoonbug
Christy Dillard Kratzer
3 Reviews
Chastain
Ideabooks2,981
Questions9
love the herringbone floor. Perhaps for shower?
“lighting” — geriannest
Envision Web
Lake Rabun Custom Homes
Ideabooks79
Questions0
a copper soaking tub, large shower and copper sinks Upstairs master suite with wormy oak flooring sits snug above the lake looking through a tree canopy as from a tree house facilitating a peaceful, tranquil atmosphere- full bath features jetted tub, separate shower, large closet, and friendly lizards
double vanity and riverock shower Family room with focal stone fireplace, wet bar with wine cooler, separate kitchen with sink, mini refrigerator and built in microwave Wine closet with hand painted plaster finish A full bath for drippy swimmers with oversized river rock shower accented with crayfish
“ceiling WOW” — Bridget Geary
NZ Builders ltd
Wain Rd - Pre-Cast Insulated Concrete Panel Passive Solar Home
Ideabooks1,479
Questions2
wide. All the outlets are more than 16 inches off the ground, and none of the showers have thresholds.
universal design , 3 feet wide doorways, ramps, no threshold showers
the ground, and none of the showers have thresholds.
wood storage, neat soffit A ramp leads to the front door, for example; all the hallways are 5 feet wide, and the doorways are 3 feet wide. All the outlets are more than 16 inches off the ground, and none of the showers have thresholds.
example; all the hallways are 5 feet wide, and the doorways are 3 feet wide. All the outlets are more than 16 inches off the ground, and none of the showers have thresholds.
example; all the hallways are 5 feet wide, and the doorways are 3 feet wide. All the outlets are more than 16 inches off the ground, and none of the showers have thresholds.
“Wood storage and rainchain” — Laney Clancy
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