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4,844 bath backsplash Outdoor Design Photos
old hidden bath - donkey boiler?
outdoor bathing area with claw foot tub under willow tree
Outdoor bath tub rather than an outdoor shower... nice.
Go for dramaThis has to take the prize for the most romantic addition to a garden. Just imagine having a candlelit bath under a shady screen of willow on a warm summer’s evening. If a bath is a bit extreme, you can still create the same sense of drama by fashioning a little hidden grotto in your outside
The weeping willow tree in the corner of the yard became the ideal spot for an outdoor bathing area. A friend found an old claw-foot tub for free on Craigslist and gave it to Stitz as a gift. “He somehow got it into his little vintage BMW,” she says, “drove it down and carried it on his back to my backyard
b+g design inc.
Island Estates Residence
Cn you tell me what product and company this backsplash is ?
Slate stone backsplash and maybe floors
Cabinet doors/ textured backsplash
Tile backsplash to match pool
Style of backsplash tiles
Like the backsplash and cabinets
backsplash ?...backsplash tile
Backyard Bath House
nice idea for tub .use as bath or to wash the dog !!
there be anything more freeing than bathing in the great outdoors? If privacy is a concern, a roll-down screen can help you feel less exposed but still connected with the surrounding landscape.
8. Set up an outdoor tubCould there be anything more freeing than bathing in the great outdoors? If privacy
d of Christmas lightsExtension cordOther materials:Clear outdoor protective sealer for all wood that's not pressure treatedRepurposed materials for bath accessories (cedar decking shower caddy, tree stump side table, towel hooks)More: See a cool office in a greenhouse | More salvage style ideas
Bathe al fresco in a sunny yellow bathtub. What a cute addition to a private garden.
Funky outdoor bathing spot in back
a backyard bathing oasis with a salvaged claw-foot tub. Vinicius de Moraes would love this! Make sure you have a bug zapper lamp near by though....
Dreamy Organic Style in a Tampa Cottage - Backyard bathing oasis
Just love this quirky outdoor bath & shower!
Interesting outdoors - verandah bath etc
couple created a backyard bathing oasis with a salvaged claw-foot tub.
2. Reuse old baths and fittingsRecycling materials is not only a very economical way to add an outdoor bath to your garden, it also makes sense from a design point of view in this case, as the old claw-foot bath suits the traditional
Tiffany Farha Design
12th Street Project
blue tile backsplash
mediterranean tile backsplash
old spanish tile backsplash
Tile backsplash, color and pattern
Tile backsplash...Backsplash LOVE
This stacked stone and marble topped outdoor firepit glows each evening as flames flicker through festive colored...
This handsome wood pergola serves as the welcoming entrance to this backyard oasis. A raised flowerbed housed in a...
Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
shower and bath, is the ultimate place to relax and enjoy water in its natural environment.
2. Outdoor bathMove over, health farms – this deep freestanding bath is the perfect place for relaxation and rejuvenation. Surrounded by tropicals on a chocolate-tone deck, the freestanding bath is a sculptural
need to create a sense of privacy. Here, although open to the garden, this outdoor bath has a feeling of seclusion due to the palms overhead and surrounding subtropical planting. The sculpture also partially screens the bath which is built onto a simple timber platform so that water can drain freely into
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
anyone know where to find one of these rock bird baths?
Great idea for a bird bath
leaf shape bird bath out of stone
I like natural rock bird baths and the low maintenance of a succulent rock garden.
of natural bird bath
simple but beautiful bird bath
Garden rock bird bath
Bird bath...Unique bird bath...Bird bath...rock for bird bath...Rock Bird Bath...Bird bath!
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
Palo Alto Green Point Rated House
She created privacy with louvers, sliding doors and planters in this second-story garden. The greater garden area is also full of edible plants. "Bathing outside, whether soaking in the tub or standing under the shower, is quite the amazing experience, and is not something we do much, after a very young