36 water spigot Industrial Bath Design Photos

Schmitt + Company/Poor House
Guest Suite & Bath
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Toilet is in separate Water Closet off to left of door opening opposite sink. Large walk around shower behind sink wall, and Guest Bedroom beyond interior sliding steel door. Should
Overhead spigot, wood floor, light, plant
Like the window in the shower being able to open, into the shower and down for water spray.
4. Major plumbing. Two words: water damage. You can probably install a new faucet, a showerhead or even a toilet, but when it comes to the bigger stuff, pro is the way to go. Pipe connections and other trouble spots can spring leaks that may cost you dearly in the long run. Here's a good rule of thumb:
“Floor” — Jennifer Burns
David Howell Design
1 Review
David Howell Design
Ideabooks8,596
Questions7
Shower spigot
“Color” — sterlingblair
Glenn Robert Lym Architect
9 Reviews
Half Bath
Ideabooks12,904
Questions9
i intend to use this type, if i can find it, for a wainscoting, on a water front property with a block wall foundation. the first floor, just got flooded out. so next time, i intend to have a 4-5 foot wainscoting, over the
what did you coat the sob in so it it water tight? I am replacing a piece of stud wall at the side of my bath with Ian and tiling directly onto the bottom two foot but the rest will be exposed
in San Francisco where such water intrusions can dry out without prolonged damage (e.g. molds) as long as the exterior layers are breathable enough, e.g. ship lapped metal siding. However in a shower enclosure, humidity may not allow a drying out of small amount of water and lead thus to mildew and
“Sheet metal wall” — Colby Davis
Studio Carver
Santa Ynez Barn
Ideabooks8,662
Questions7
No any sink drain is thin enough it will seat rather flush, add some caulk under it so water won't seep out.
purchase this from any sheet metal shop. I suggest looking in your Yellow Pages for someone in your area. We did the distressing with acids and then water to rust - leave them outside for a while.
plan b for bunk room sink area...add a water fountain.?
metal walls add to the industrial vibe in the bathrooms. All the bathroom sinks are made of recycled water buckets. Each toilet has a dual-flush mechanism to cut down on water use.
A simple antique water bucket is an appropriate choice for a contemporary barn conversion. Note the way this bucket can
“Garden shed sink” — mmckague
building Lab, inc.
7 Reviews
shoup residence + office compound
Ideabooks2,772
Questions5
Just wondering if there is a lot of spillage of water out the bathtub or is the glass partition enough regards lesley
Stephen love the wood skirt - how does water/steam affect the wood over time?
hi patticc, there is a 'sweep' or gasket along the bottom edge of the door that both contains the water and is snug enough that the door stays
36" glass panel (30" swinging + 6" fixed) enables reaching in to turn on/adjust water temp and flow and is sufficient to keep water contained.
“glass panel door” — eherat
Dyna Contracting
6 Reviews
Dyna - Portage Bay
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e interior wood paneling. The atrium space celebrates light and water with open and connected kitchen, living and dining areas. The bedroom, office and bathroom have a more intimate feel, like a waterside retreat. The rooftop and water-level decks extend and maximize the main living space. The materials
Clean and simple define this 1200 square foot Portage Bay floating home. After living on the water for 10 years, the owner was familiar with the area’s history and concerned with environmental issues. With that in mind, she worked with Architect Ryan Mankoski of Ninebark Studios and Dyna to create a
the bathroom. In this deep shower, an old part of the cedar log float that wasn't needed now serves as a shower bench. Since it had floated on the water for many years and survived just fine, the client opted not to seal it. Tiles: BSP, Pental; showerhead: Raindance 240 Air Showerhead, Hansgrohe
“Clean and modern, zen. Wood bench.” — acwhitbeck
Esther Hershcovich
Dominique & Anne-Marie
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Questions14
in Ontario. You'll have to do your own research here; this probably changes all the time. Back then, we chose Caroma because good-performance low-water consumption toilets were hard to find and we were steered towards this brand for its reputation and good scores in benchmarks (yes, there are toilet
(assuming you are also in the Montreal area). Caroma being an australian brand, we made the conscious choice of long-distance import to get long-term water savings. And don't just look at performance: look at discussion boards to see if the model you like tends to break down frequently.
“Porte” — simonpoirier
Frederic Grasset Design Build
Clayton
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pipe layout to water and lighting
Lights and water fixture
“Hardware” — awinn7697
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