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Studio Durham Architects
Linin closet exceeding vanity
closets on either side
John Lively & Associates
See closets in room
Closets space...Center closet
The dark wood Marabou tailored vanity is a nod to traditional craftsman charm that brims with classic American Design
There’s something about apron-front sinks that hearkens back to a simpler era. These Utilitarian fixtures reflect a...
Joyce :: bathroom
wall mounted faucet. flat panel cabinets. easy.
Bathroom closet?...Bathroom closet
Make the wall between room and bathroom look lighter and translucent... To give the feel of walk in closet
transition bedroom to closet and the to bathroom
Sliding glass doors for entrance to master closet
Mike Strutt Design
The bathroom is a 6' x 10 located in a downtown Vancouver condo. Originally it was smaller, but we removed two smaller bifold closets located on the right (one accessible inside the bathroom, the other from the adjacent hallway). We replaced the closet areas with the tall
damage and make cleaning easy.
surfaces that are easy to clean.
Flooring. Commercial grade epoxy painted. Easy clean.
This bold red bathroom is clad in a commercial-grade epoxy paint, for waterproof surfaces that are easy to clean.
commercial-grade epoxy paint, for waterproof surfaces that are easy to clean
pristine. This bold red bathroom is clad in a commercial-grade epoxy paint, for waterproof surfaces that are easy to clean.
Interesting - commercial grade epoxy paint is waterproof and easy to clean. Hmmmm.
maintenance required to keep them clean and pristine. This bold red bathroom is clad in a commercial-grade epoxy paint, for waterproof surfaces that are easy to clean.
Griffin Enright Architects
GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Hollywood Hills Residence
The idea of the vanity not sitting on the floor. Makes for easy cleaning
The master bathroom has a separate water closet but is otherwise open to the bedroom. "Keeping everything open makes both areas feel larger," says Griffin. "Our firm has been taking this approach more and more as a way of expanding the space between a bedroom and a bathroom." The mirror was placed on