11,132 bathroom art Exterior Design Photos

Peterssen/Keller Architecture
Cedar Lake International Style
Ideabooks1,609
Questions3
maybe in the bathroom, or as a portico
Love love love art deco - ship, curved lines
I love the art deco look of this house
balustrade its so quintessentially art deco.
From industrial objects to household accessories to architecture, the art deco and art moderne styles became all encompassing in the '20s and '30s.This home has all the distinctive elements of art deco style as it transitioned to art moderne. Rigid, rectilinear geometry gives way to soft, flowing curves
transatlantic voyages on the great ocean liners of the period. Generous use of luminous and decorative glass block — a classic material of the art deco and art moderne styles — brings abundant light into the interior by day and creates drama at night when the effect is reversed.
“Sesentero” — benjasolari
Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc.
14 Reviews
Outdoor Oasis in NW Washington
Ideabooks2,901
Questions6
art nouveau blend with arts deco
I have never seen an awning like this and the colors blend nicely. I like the look of both art nouveau and art deco. Is there someone who could tell me how to incorporate both for interior
Art Nouveau and Euro art deco were back to back in time periods, so blending the 2 is very easy. American art deco was different and what most people identify art deco as being; streamlined, skyscraper etc. A great diy and inexpensive alternative to the awning above can be found at generalawnings.com
“roof over door” — Jonathan Pollard
Modern Exterior
Ideabooks1,240
Questions1
Garden art & house design & materials
I like that the frame in front the house makes it a visual art - picture view
wow - exterior art frame - what a statement!
Abstract art can also serve to influence one's perspective on a house, such as the rectangular wooden frame that fronts this house. It frames one's view of the house
“cool” — alliance61
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Northworks Architects and Planners
1 Review
Michigan Barn
Ideabooks2,173
Questions1
wheel like our mill wheel as yard art
Planter and windmill yard art
Rural art...yard art...windmill art...windmill yard art
“good but needs more windows” — r1ck
FINNE Architects
23 Reviews
Lake Forest Park Renovation
Ideabooks12,241
Questions5
Bump out for closets and bathroom
master suite - light and airy, esp. bathroom
Large vindues åben bathroom
love the bathroom position
The bathroom, absolutely gorgeous
Glass enclosed bathroom
Bathroom windows...open bathroom
“addition of tub area and windows” — mgrimmsobol
modern house architects
4 Reviews
South Bay Residence
Ideabooks8,173
Questions7
I like the stone wall in the bathroom although the floor to ceiling windows don't offer enough of an option for privacy
Love the idea of glass wall for the bathroom.
rocks for bathroom wall
Bathroom wall detail
Helens bathroom...Glass bathroom
“free standing tub for master bathroom” — vchawla
Streeter & Associates, Inc.
International Style
Ideabooks372
Questions1
adding a third story addition that would include a master suite, sitting room, closet, and master bathroom. While the main level received a smaller addition that would include a guest suite and bathroom. BUILDER: Streeter & Associates, Renovation Division - Bob Near ARCHITECT: Peterssen/Keller Ar
“Streamline entrance” — Streamline Modern
R&D architects
Rialto House
Ideabooks626
Questions0
canvas for art. The tiles of this facade are a building-size mural that wraps part of the large window facing the front.
these are tiles for art not panels -
One way to overcome the limitations of modern materials is to customize some of them, using them as a canvas for art. The tiles of this facade are a building-size mural that wraps part of the large window facing the front.
tile mural art on the facade
One way to overcome the limitations of modern materials is to customize some of them, using them as a canvas for art. The tiles of this facade are a building-size mural that wraps part of the large window facing the front.
“Like the cladding!” — Ecocentric Design
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