3,428 bathroom organizing Exterior Design Photos

Shuler Architecture
32 Reviews
Bainbridge Island Custom Home #3
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family room and mud area in a mere 2300 sf. We solved this problem by organizing a compact floor plan that minimized circulation space and purposed every
“dormer design” — chauhangc
Mark Hickman Homes
2 Reviews
Hidden Manor
Ideabooks6,552
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gives easy access to a garden shed here. The interior has an ingenious organizing system.
“Wood stain color” — karamarston
Wheeler Kearns Architects
Fire Lane Retreat
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panels conceal door openings and access to other rooms. It’s a commanding organizing element and allows for a hidden passageway — behind the secret door —
“Lights in the steps” — rapuzza
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
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Doyle McCullar
4 Reviews
Dijk residence/ San Francisco
Ideabooks290
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all bedroom entrances off the hall. Bathrooms will back on to the halls and the top of the walls for the bathroom can be glass like at Tim's.
street-facing side has all the views toward downtown San Francisco, Marlatt organized the stairs on this courtyard-facing side.
street-facing side has all the views toward downtown San Francisco, Marlatt organized the stairs on this courtyard-facing side. The door at the bottom of the
Francisco Size: 1,647 square feet (153 square meters); 3 bedrooms, 2½ bathrooms The wall of polycarbonate panels on the south side of the house, where
“Kalwall-like” — Rick Hendricks
Resolution: 4 Architecture
1 Review
Bronx Box - exterior
Ideabooks3,886
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second floor mimics the linear organization of the first and a wall of storage as well, but two bedrooms and two bathrooms occupy the rest of the space.
running the length of the floor. An open living, dining and kitchen area is organized in a linear manner and opens out onto an elevated deck. Exterior stairs
a structural glass skylight allows for natural light into the internal bathroom. A metal clad roof bulkhead was carefully sculpted within the zoning r
“lattice” — Caverly Kennelly
Blue Truck Studio
1 Review
Rear elevation
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Thanks! I love that bathroom. Tiny, but ample, and being in that shower is kind of magical experience
Thank you! Now I'll have a look at the bathroom, which I'm sure will be nice :-)
cantilevered bathroom to boost sqaure footage
could cantilever the bathroom over the bluff!
cantilever a 10-foot by 4-foot bathroom off the back of the house. This punch-out method gave his family the full bathroom they needed but also didn’t impede
cantilever a 10-foot by 4-foot bathroom off the back of the house. This punch-out
cantilever a 10-foot by 4-foot bathroom off the back of the house. This punch-out method gave his family the full bathroom they needed but also didn’t impede
cantilevered bathroom to keep yard big
“House” — johanck
Vanguarda Architects
Vanguarda Architects
Ideabooks629
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designed by combining vehicle and pedestrian access. The social areas are organized from the access hall around an inner yard that integrates natural light
visually and serves as separation from the master suite. The upper floor is organized around the double-height space, also benefiting from the views of the
garages, study, toilet and service rooms: laundry, pantry, one bedroom, one bathroom and the barbecue area. This geometry created a long path towards the entrance
“LOTS OF GLAZING, MODERN ARCH.” — Juan C. David / JCD ARCHITECT, INC
Vanguarda Architects
Vanguarda Architects
Ideabooks3,713
Questions2
designed by combining vehicle and pedestrian access. The social areas are organized from the access hall around an inner yard that integrates natural light
visually and serves as separation from the master suite. The upper floor is organized around the double-height space, also benefiting from the views of the
garages, study, toilet and service rooms: laundry, pantry, one bedroom, one bathroom and the barbecue area. This geometry created a long path towards the entrance
“Front door” — dcameron1973
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