718 ShowerGuard Entry Design Photos

Parkyn Design
10 Reviews
The Cottage
We are thinking of doing a utilitarian bathroom which will include a small shower. Is the shower also for humans, and will it require a curtain? We would also like to use it for our dogs which have the same expressions as the doggies pictured
The doorway is hinged to the side jam of the dog shower.
iling shower, I could see the benefits of having an area to wash a big dog in the house.
Dog shower with swing door gate
Nice way to do a shower for pets
A large shower might also be the perfect place for your pup — especially one not housebroken yet. Simply swap the shower door. Bonus: no running and hiding at bath time.
“Puppy mud room” — angel_222
Robert Young Architects
Barn Light Atomic Cast Guard CGU Sconce™! http://www.barnlightelectric.com/wall-sconce-lighting/rustic-wall-sconces/barn-light-atomic-cast-guard-cgu-sconce.html
Outdoor bathroom/shower to pair with wood burning jacuzzi
“Simple entrance with contrasting flat material to the cedar shingles.” — Crozier Designs Inc.
Kariouk Associates
Stacey-Turley Residence
Shower to side of garden entrance, perfect for real life managing to live as
shower for utility - mud, dog
Build this into garage for doggie showers and muddy shoes
At the lower entrance is a shower area for washing mud off boots and the dog.
Good idea to have a shower in the back
Extra shower for clean up before coming inside.
Kariouk Associates Save to Ideabook Email Photo At the lower entrance is a shower area for washing mud off boots and the dog.
At the lower entrance is a shower area for washing mud off boots and the dog.
“Dog wash” — jonifulton
Linda McCalla Interiors
3 Reviews
dog bath or foot shower in the mud room
Bench by Dog/Boot Wash Shower, hat rack over, gun rack, coordinating tile
Built in shower for a dog
Everything about this is perfect. The lower spot should have a shower hose. Great for dog bath area
Tile for shower and cabinets
Mudroom shoe shower...Cowboy shower.
“Great foot wash can double as a dog wash.” — Terry Duntley
Luci.D Interiors
1 Review
Harriet Goodall
Badja the Blue Heeler (Australian Cattle Dog) stands guard at the entryway next to some potted succulents.
Badja the Blue Heeler stands guard at the entrance next to some potted succulents.
“Plants” — Tammy Edwards
splyce design
the guard is painted aluminum panel with an integral flange on the top edge that becomes the handrail and acts to stiffen the panel. This flange returns down on either end where is provide a surface to fasten the guard into the concrete.
“Stairs” — stethea
Heather Merenda
Full-Tilt Reinvention for a 1950s Ranch
the guard rail with those posts are amazing. Where to purchase these?
glass stair guard
“Varanda” — maycolcr2
Gabberts Design Studio
26 Reviews
I is the idea of having gigantic fierce chickens standing guard.
Giant chicken guards
“light fixture” — dannyverreault
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