167,088 Traditional Bathroom Design Photos

KADE Restoration
1 Review
Hymettus Project
Ideabooks33,210
Questions30
This is a colonial style bathroom with a walk in shower behind a glass partition wall. We lowered the foundation to make the tub easier to access. Even though the material application is very 19 century Colonial, the layout and details are very contemporary with a Japanese influence.
“Window” — eligrady
Cynthia Marks - Interiors
Bellagio Place
Ideabooks53,565
Questions51
“Floor te” — mirthadelatorre
Diana Bier Interiors, LLC
1 Review
Diana Bier Interiors, LLC
Ideabooks37,030
Questions36
Master bath extension, double sinks and custom white painted vanities, calacatta marble basketweave floor by Waterworks, polished nickel fittings, recessed panel woodworking, leaded glass window, white subway tile with glass mosaic accent, full glass shower walls
“granite” — karenkey
Feinmann, Inc.
16 Reviews
Room to Grow
Ideabooks32,514
Questions39
A growing family and the need for more space brought the homeowners of this Arlington home to Feinmann Design|Build. As was common with Victorian homes, a shared bathroom was located centrally on the second floor. Professionals with a young and growing family, our clients had reached a point where they recognized the need for a Master Bathroom for themselves and a more practica...More
“Nice big open simple bathroom.” — celestelng
Mitch Wise Design,Inc.
The Boland Home
Ideabooks33,200
Questions30
steinbergerphoto.com
“Wall color” — jgrassmann
Highmark Builders
10 Reviews
2013 Fall Parade of Homes
Ideabooks16,073
Questions19
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“Paint color Pratt and Lambert Durango 33-24” — kellynchip
Mark WIlliams Design Associates
3 Reviews
Druid Hills Master Bath Renovation
Ideabooks86,703
Questions19
Erica George Dines
“Hamper cabinet” — keturah
Fieldcrest Builders Inc
1 Review
Lake Bluff custom residence
Ideabooks4,244
Questions12
The master bath features a free-standing soaking tub and his-and-hers vanities. Through the open water closet door can be seen a transom window, which allows natural light in from the vestibule. The shower, opposite the water closet, features a similar transom window. Larry Malvin Photography
“bathroom for Madeline” — mmkaufman
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