209 Kemper bathroom Exterior Design Photos

Kemper Associates Architects, LLC
2 Reviews
Carraige House - Hartford, CT
Ideabooks155
Questions1
Street view. Photo by C.B. Vernlund Photo Imaging; Kemper Associates Architects, LLC; Nelson Construction, LLC; Richard Ott Design Source;
Kemper Associates Architects
“sandstone beige hardie board” — nicholassebastian
FINNE Architects
22 Reviews
Lake Forest Park Renovation
Ideabooks11,881
Questions5
Bump out for closets and bathroom
master suite - light and airy, esp. bathroom
Large vindues åben bathroom
love the bathroom position
screened in bathroom
The Bathroom!...open bathroom
“jacuzzi extended from sunroom” — goddessdiane1
modern house architects
4 Reviews
South Bay Residence
Ideabooks8,100
Questions7
I think it's one from Lacava in the link below. http://www.houzz.com/photos/119658/Lacava-Arch-Bathtub-Filler--bathroom-faucets-other-metros
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.
“Corner window” — geejc
Helios Design Group
3 Reviews
Remodeled front entry
Ideabooks4,883
Questions8
Is it odd to have the entry to a bathroom on a wall that faces the back door entry to a house. We are thinking of moving the bathroom entry due to a kitchen remodel. there is a small open entry area into the house attached to the kitchen but the bathroom door would be across the entrance on the facing
would be the alternate for the bathroom door to open into. I the back entry is just the best place for the bathroom, be sure to put bomber hinges (spring hinge) on the door so it automatically pulls itself together. That way you and others won't see inside the bathroom if someone doesn't think to close
I've always been of the opinion that the door to a bathroom or powder room shouldn't be visible from any entry into the house. It's just never the view one wants from an exterior doorway. Sometimes it's a tough nut to crack but just keep noodling some sketches until you do.
“The windows” — sahara1023
Carl Mattison Design
10 Reviews
Queen Anne Bungalow Resurrection
Ideabooks3,049
Questions5
either side and one in the back — to add 980 square feet for two bedrooms, a family playroom and a large bathroom, bringing the house from a two-bedroom, one-bathroom to a four-bedroom, three-bathroom. Exterior paint: Willow Tree, Sherwin-Williams
“Gable” — mcl_57
Klopf Architecture
2 Reviews
Exterior, master bathroom added in zig-zag because of setbacks
Ideabooks8,168
Questions5
Exterior, master bathroom added in zig-zag because of setbacks
house, so Klopf created a sawtooth-shaped addition instead of a rectangular addition, giving the homeowners a small bathroom and a separate vanity room next to the bedroom. The bathroom's rear door opens up to the pool area, giving the clients immediate access to the outdoor area.
“pavers” — bbrights
S+H Construction
12 Reviews
Outdoor Shower
Ideabooks5,208
Questions1
entrance from the right (for middle bathroom)?
Bathroom idea
“Double stalls. Maybe facing each other?” — reedfamily
Eric H. Gjerde AIA
6 Reviews
View from Walnut Street
Ideabooks24,677
Questions32
Do you have pictures of bedrooms, bathrooms, back yard, grarage?
How many bedrooms and bathrooms does this house have? Do you have pictures of the bedrooms, bathrooms, back yard, garage?
“Window colors” — mom2maret
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