2,549 traditional bathroom cabinet Exterior Design Photos

Ridgewater Homes Inc
6 Reviews
Heights French Country
Ideabooks1,192
Questions1
Chicken wire is used to replace glass in cabinet...
Cabinet & love-seat slip cover idea!
chicken wire in cabinet doors
Wire screening on cabinet
Chicken wire cabinets
cabinet detail, color
chicken wire cabinet fronts
Chicken wire cabinet
Top of china cabinet
covering cabinet doors with chicken wire is a doable DIY project for those motivated to try. Just be sure to wear gloves to protect your hands whenever working with wire — those edges are sharp!
cabinet and chair...Cabinet top...Kitchen cabinets...Love cabinet!!...Cabinet love...like cabinet
“Love the chicken wire!” — Patty Hibrant
Chioco Design
Front elevation
Ideabooks10,415
Questions11
Can you tell me about the wood specie used on cabinets? And if it is Veneer or solid wood? Thanks!
master bathroom cabinets but they said they couldn't go over 48", and I'm trying to find an option that will work well with it for a very tall cabinet. You have some tall sections that are kind of what I need. BTW...love your design. Thanks for sharing.
The cabinets are quarter sawn walnut veneer
Minimalist Traditional These first three houses resemble their predecessors mostly in a few details or in form, but are less specific in their articulation. Though this first house was built in the 1930s, it could easily be compared to many vernacular examples across the country. Notice the double-hung
“cute” — minikee
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Kronstadt
Ideabooks3,756
Questions4
I love the richness of cherry cabinets but I am afraid that they will make my kitchen look crowded. I have a u of cabinets with an island in the middle. Any ideas on whether I should go with cherry or with a lighter cabinet color, like natural
traditional engawa or central courtyard that you view, not necessarily enter
Bathroom sliding doors like in the house in Wenatchee... And in poirot
“Stone” — Carlos Jcamo
De Meza + Architecture
6 Reviews
Fieldstone Guest Cottage
Ideabooks1,216
Questions1
elegant bathroom. The design imagery was about collision of materials and the form that emits from that collision. The furnishings and decorative lighting are the work of Caterina Spies-Reese of CSR Design. Mariko Reed Photography
Awesome look! Exterior...I don't like the interior not my style but I do like the bathroom shower no glass!
Cabinet color and black rims to windows
fireplace and bathroom. the majority of our time will be spent outdoors, out of the house, so we want to invest in a great outdoor living space and spaces. to build a studio that is spacious and filled with natural light. create a feel like the new BMW dealer buildings in objekt magazine
“Guest Cottage” — carolynnslater
Handsome Properties
2340 Bohicket Road
Ideabooks1,639
Questions2
marble bathrooms, astor mahogany built in shelves and cabinets in bedrooms, California closets in all rooms. Antique windows and custom appointments throughout the guest house. Two Ranai water heaters, central vac, wired for fiber optics, whole house automatic, propane powered back-up generator, 2 underground
marble bathrooms, astor mahogany built in shelves and cabinets in bedrooms, California closets in all rooms. Antique windows and custom appointments throughout the guest house. Two Ranai water heaters, central vac, wired for fiber optics, whole house automatic, propane powered back-up generator, 2 underground
“house style” — pattypbond
FINNE Architects
18 Reviews
Lake Forest Park Renovation
Ideabooks10,845
Questions5
kitchen cabinet door is simply just mind blowing! What a creative man you are! We would love to have a design for a home with a hangar that isn't totally overwhelmed by the hangar itself. I bet you are the man that could do it!!
Bump out for closets and bathroom
master suite - light and airy, esp. bathroom
“Just lovely. Love all that glass (is it self-cleaning?)” — lizzymint
The Tiny Tack House
Our Tiny Tack House
Ideabooks1,804
Questions3
kitchen and bathroom are found beneath the loft where the floor to support beam height is 6' 2". Our bathroom is very basic and contains a shower made out of an oak wine barrel cut in half. We also have a place for a composting toilet (though we have access to a bathroom where we are currently living). There
in the bathroom for the cat to enter his bathroom located under the cabinet :) Our sleeping loft is 9' 5" long and 6' 8½" wide. Floor to ceiling height in the center of the loft is 3' 5". We built dormers to increase head room and promote ease of movement…the dormers were a necessity for two of us,
also a cabinet found underneath the loft on the same side of the house as the bathroom where I store much of my camera equipment as well as our hanging clothes. We also built a space for the cat litter because we did not want to deal with the unpleasant smells in such a small space. We have an entry area
“133 SF + 63 SF sleeping loft” — carolynbtaylor
Buckminster Green LLC
9 Reviews
Mt. Airy sunroom
Ideabooks3,426
Questions1
above cabinets and patio door
Bathroom windo...windows in bathroom
“Windows” — bjroaming
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