25 bath safety Modern Garage and Shed Design Photos

BAAN design
Boardshed
Ideabooks6,187
Questions2
4. What safety features will you need? Unless your deck is built at grade level, you will
4. What safety features will you need?Unless your deck is built at grade level, you will
limit the space between banisters, glass panels or horizontal slats, for safety, in line with the building code in your state or territory. Also, look out
“grill” — bryanahl
Leicht Küchen AG
5 Reviews
Residential building | Design*21 | California
Ideabooks277
Questions0
Exterior lighting illuminates buildings for safety and security.
“Alles” — hannahleiin
Balance Associates Architects
3 Reviews
Rainbow Rock
Ideabooks4,491
Questions5
Translucent doors. railing at top, use good neck or barn lighting indoor, safety place for wood stove.
“Frosted doors” — atxgirl93
Loudoun Custom Cabinets
Call us today!
For 35 years, the clients of Courthouse Kitchens & Baths have been getting style for their homes with our gorgeous kitchen & bathroom designs and entire home remodeling expertise.
Sponsored
FINNE Architects
27 Reviews
Mazama Guest Cabin
Ideabooks2,388
Questions4
an accessible 1.5 story space under the roof line in which to build a half bath, sitting/sleeping space and storage.
“Fenêtre” — giselelambert
spokanemidcentury
Spokane Midcentury - Mary Jean & Joel E. Ferris, II House
Ideabooks1,275
Questions1
cover bath window with lush garden
“Simple” — mrtdab
place architecture:design
7 Reviews
garage
Ideabooks4,405
Questions3
other option for master bath and bedroom- frame in wood (mdf) and put in frosted glass.
“Michael's garage door?” — michifuz4
Gravitas, Inc.
22 Reviews
Zen in Law
Ideabooks1,092
Questions1
This is a 10x20 studio with full kitchen and full bath. A small sleeping loft with a Murphy bed is accessed by a ladder that is integrated into the bookcase
“COOL” — susiequsie
Estes/Twombly Architects, Inc.
2 Reviews
Field House
Ideabooks1,156
Questions7
environment.Pressure-treated wood, by way of comparison, relies on a pressurized bath of chemicals to prevent decay over time. Natural woods are typically a more
“brick and metal” — lehman
© 2015 Houzz Inc. Houzz® The new way to design your home™