4 subterranean Traditional Bathroom Design Photos

Shuler Architecture
32 Reviews
Seward Park Estate
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Questions0
storm water system that diverts all run-off from the property into a subterranean 7000 gallon cistern. Rain water from this cistern is then slowly released
“separation of toilet/tub from vanity area” — mags32
Shuler Architecture
32 Reviews
Seward Park Estate
Ideabooks7
Questions0
storm water system that diverts all run-off from the property into a subterranean 7000 gallon cistern. Rain water from this cistern is then slowly released
“Like look and wall finish” — lauriesalomon
Shuler Architecture
32 Reviews
Seward Park Estate
Ideabooks13
Questions0
storm water system that diverts all run-off from the property into a subterranean 7000 gallon cistern. Rain water from this cistern is then slowly released
“Tub” — bgd1969
Project Partners Design
12 Reviews
Sleek and Savvy Bar
Ideabooks22
Questions0
This subterranean spa bath is spacious and light even without windows. By raising the vanity with elegant Queen Anne legs, having canned lighting and a
“Queen Anne vanity” — John Kessler
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