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what a view from the tub
It would be fun to have a large picture that looks like a view out a window over the tub
Window with view to nature, relaxing
The Tub and the view.
A breathtaking view...View and tub
Penthouse refurbishment in London’s Financial District.
This bathroom, designed by interior architect Thomas Griem, enjoys a spectacular view over the city of London. Griem’s idea for the interior design was based on the concept of photography inspired by the views over the city. He has used the architecture of the windows to frame these vistas with breathtaking
breathtaking effect. This is particularly so in the master bathroom where a full-height window provides a panoramic view over the rooftops of the City. the capacious free standing bathtub by Clearwater Baths is strategically placed under the picture window. “When you are sitting in the bath, you are e
paysagement l'unick inc
The view and the ground
water view...View of river...The view...amazing view
David Churchill - Architectural Photographer
good lighting, beautiful views
love the view and window/door
What an inspiring view
love this yard view...Garden view
Modern loft. Surfaces built into the new railing atop the stair create a functional work area with a fantastic view and clear shot to the play space below. A wall separating the master bedroom from the double height living space was replaced with a folding glass door to open the bedroom to the living
bedroom to the main living space and open it to the vast city views.
Up in the loft, a steel framework has a desk surface attached to the handrail, providing a work area with a great view. Horowitz replaced the existing drywall that closed off
loft with view of wood celing to lighting
close for privacy and quiet, but can open fully. The translucent doors connect the master bedroom to the main living space and open it to the vast city views. They also the bedroom to borrow light from the main living space. Doors: NanaWall; door hardware: Hafele Hardware
Meyer & Meyer, Inc.
Beach Bay Point
The unique site, 11 acres on a peninsula with breathtaking views of the ocean, inspired Meyer & Meyer to break the mold of waterside shingle-style homes. The estate is comprised of a main house, guest house, and existing bunker. The design of the main house involves projecting wings that appear to grow
grow out of the hillside and spread outward toward three sides of ocean views. Architecture and landscape merge as exterior stairways and bridges provide connections to a network of paths leading to the beaches at each point. An enduring palette of local stone, salt-washed wood, and purple-green slate
slate reflects the muted and changeable seaside hues. This beach-side retreat offers ever-changing views from windows, terraces, decks, and pathways. Tucked into the design are unexpected touches such as a hideaway wine room and a nautically-inspired crow’s nest.
John Maniscalco Architecture
Larkin Street Residence
Look good easy to wipe view 1
nice light and a perfect view of the city and the landscape
dining space/living space maximizes view
Griffin Enright Architects
GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Hollywood Hills Residence
But leave the full view of country property
Put up a Screen down side Run as view for the Bathroom
this is great idea to block views
#1 this might be a good option for the living room and sitting room windows to save money by using a picture window, to obstruct the view of the air condition unit, and to maintain the geometric patterns that are found throughout the house. #2 this might be a better option for the Master
Light that maintains privacy--covering and framing views
But in the bathroom the translucent strip is higher so one can take a bath in privacy — and still have a view of the sky.
just the bottom half? This frosted film forms a neat edge and keeps bathers hidden while still allowing the light to flood in and offering soothing views of the treetops.