180 horizontal bath drains Rustic Home Design Photos

OBERHAUSER INTERIORS
Fairfax Bathroom
Ideabooks37,039
Questions30
What type of drain is in the shower? Infinity drain? How does the water not seep out under the glass door?
Wondering about how to achieve this seamless shower stall? Do you have to create a slope in the subfloor? I know about Infinity Drains, but can't wrap my head around how to achieve this look. Thanks
Infinity Drain has some great pieces and clever drain styles. The use of the drain in this bathroom is so smart and enables a cleaner look. For advice on the different styles and types of drains feel free to contact us or visit our showroom. We offer both Infinity Drain and Easy Drain. Focal Point
shower floor is flush with the bathroom floor, but starts at the glass panel to slope 1/4" per foot towards the back wall. That's where you see a linear drain. To accomplish this detail the sub-floor had to be lowered by several inches in order to install a standard shower pan (waterproofing). I hope this
“Bathroom shower tub idea” — mstorrens
Studio D - Danielle Wallinger
14 Reviews
Studio D
Ideabooks31,692
Questions17
We are building and I like the compactness of this and the use of the horizontal mirrow and the simplicity of the design. Could you please tell me what is the width of the wall?
Where can I get the bath vanity? The gold is simply beautiful.
room at our local plumbing store. Invoice line item says...Sigma wall vessel. Lav set, antique bronze. Also purchased was an off the shelf tear drop drain without overflow. Oil rubbed Bronze Approx $465. And $75.00
Love the horizontal mirror spanning sink & toliet
Just cool. Maybe top floor bath; maybe lower guest
The homeowners requested vintage Western style, and this bath delivers with its aged, country-style vanity and warm wood floor. The tapered vessel sink is reminiscent of an old washbasin, and the wall-mounted faucet in oil-rubbed bronze evokes a lasso.
“cute” — sbran82
Wright-Built
17 Reviews
Reclaimed Rustic Bathroom
Ideabooks7,825
Questions17
an old house I'm renovating. The Bath will be made from an 8.5' x 9.5' room and will also include stacked washer/dryer. I want to put the shower in the corner with no additional walls. Your picture here shows a linear drain - and no curtain! Does this entire bath floor have waterproof membrane under
under all the tile [or just in shower area]? Is the bath floor outside the shower area sloped at all [toward the drain]? Is the slope inside the shower area sloped differently than a conventional shower with curb and walls? I've got plenty of experience laying tile and can do it myself, as long as
We are doing a curbless with a linear drain across the opening with the slope towards the drain. Like this approach as well. Is the pitch to the drain 1/4' each 1' do you know? Seems like it would need to be more in this case.
“tile of shower walls” — makaela01
Zone 4 Architects, LLC
3 Reviews
Morningstar Residence
Ideabooks2,785
Questions3
I noticed that you sloped the floor in the shower and used a linear shower drain. How did you finish off the sides of the floor as it changes elevation to the drain? Did you fill it in with small pieces of tile? Did you use a metal shine for this transition? Also, did you
it was only necessary to reduce this thickness to provide the slope. The floor tile was basically worked so that the slope just drops below the horizontal surface, and there is no filler or edge detail used other than the tile material.
like linear shower drain, sloped floor, no curb shower/steamer
Hidden drain strip in the shower is sweet
“Shower glass” — hrpeterson04
Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
5 Reviews
Winter Cabin
Ideabooks4,264
Questions9
like the bath sink on reclaimed furniture
Exposed Copper pipes that are easy to drain
Light fixture for bath
Horizontal wood walls, good color
Horizontal painted paneling.
Exposed copper piping in the bathroom allows the homeowners to easily drain the pipes and shut the cabin down when necessary. The hot water is from a propane heater; the Milanos have to carry in the propane tanks.
Master bath?...Walls for half bath
“This is the lodge bathroom expansion into the back mud room...” — bloodwest
Coburn Development
1 Review
Scarp Ridge Lodge
Ideabooks4,852
Questions8
Idea of what painted horizontal stripes would look like above panelng in library
the horizontal wainscoting, LOVE this exact coloring and look for
Sabrina's Bedroom - Painted T&G wainscoting and white horizontal T&G; sheetrock ceiling
Walls. Wainscot and horizontal boards
Horizontal planks above wainscot
Horizontal and vertical
Horizontal paneling...Horizontal wood...Horizontal boards
“wood and wainscoting in room. neutral palette.” — keadron
Rustic Bathroom
Ideabooks3,322
Questions6
what is the shower wall and bath floor material and where is it sourced?
above a walking surface and within 60 inches (1524 mm) horizontally of the water’s edge. This shall apply to single glazing and all panes in multiple glazing. 10. Glazing adjacent to stairways, landings and ramps within 36 inches (914 mm) horizontally of a walking surface when the exposed surface of the
(457 mm) above the floor. 7.3. Top edge more than 36 inches (914 mm) above the floor. 7.4. One or more walking surfaces within 36 inches (914 mm) horizontally of the glazing. 8. All glazing in railings regardless of an area or height above a walking surface. Included are structural baluster panels and
glass is less than 60 inches (1524 mm) above the plane of the adjacent walking surface. 11. Glazing adjacent to stairways within 60 inches (1524 mm) horizontally of the bottom tread of a stairway in any direction when the exposed surface of the glass is less than 60 inches (1524 mm) above the nose of the
“hmmm here's the copper tub with the gray soapstone countertop and a buff color to warm things up ---” — mo_jones_1
Phillips Development
4 Reviews
Talon's Crest
Ideabooks2,855
Questions6
maybe a freestanding in the niche? like the platform, lacks horizontal surface
I like the ledge that the bath is sitting on.
Wood/drain under tub
Sweet alcove for a bath
Escale Freestanding Bath
floor for the bath...Layout of the bath...Bath placement...StAge with bath...little bathing nook...tile master bath
“soaket #1” — rohaha
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