206 shower bathtub Hall Design Photos

Katharine Jessica Interior Design, LLC
21 Reviews
Mill Neck Manor Showcase
Ideabooks619
Questions1
Canopy over the bathtub... why haven't I thought of that?
Shower curtain
“Couloir” — claudiarouille
Pitsou Kedem Architect
Jaffa Tel-Aviv Apt
Ideabooks849
Questions0
shower is open for all to see, even from common area
Showering in this penthouse is not for the timid when guests are around. As you can see from this image, the shower is entirely visible from the common
Showering in this penthouse is not for the timid when guests are around. As you can see from this image, the shower is entirely visible
“Arches” — Jade S
Modern Hall
Ideabooks2,999
Questions1
skylight in master shower...Jap shower...skylites/toplites to showers
“Light” — Moe Arken Toomy
Pitsou Kedem Architect
Tel-Aviv Penthouse Apartment
Ideabooks409
Questions1
This hallway is actually an extension of the shower area — or rather, the shower is where this hallway "powder room" ends. Frameless cabinets with integrated
This hallway is actually an extension of the shower area - or rather, the shower is where this hallway cloakroom ends. Frameless cabinets with
“a smidge darker - good color tone” — lisakrussell
Osborne Architects
4 Reviews
Baer Retreat
Ideabooks9,745
Questions5
eyekron. inspiration river rock walls in shower. great wood to compliment.
flowing shapes, pebbles and tile wall bring the river to mind. Interior wall, shower floor: Bali, Ann Sacks; tile: Fireclay; vanity wood: salvaged teak; wall
cool stone idea for shower...Wall for shower?
“design for basement” — Maria Rozentsvayg
Wardell Builders, Inc.
7 Reviews
Country Winery Home/Nalevanko Architect
Ideabooks97
Questions2
White, airy, hallway leading to a restful bathtub. Relax with your favorite furry friend nearby. Stephen Whalen Photography
“Cool” — refuse2abuse
uttara and adwait
adwait kher
Ideabooks5,264
Questions3
bathtub feet for sink
“Atrium” — kaeson
Blue Truck Studio
1 Review
Upper hallway
Ideabooks343
Questions1
View through interior "slot" space towards front balcony ("negative cantilever"). Photo by Ken Gutmaker Architectural Photography (kengutmaker.com).
“Stairwell pendant” — nicko_ball
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