I like the color tones in this bathroom and the fact that the wood is worked in beautifully.
Coincides with my wood theme. This is a little much and tends to look plain. Almost like it was all white. Needs color. The red over knobs are not enough. But, it could be that it looks like a clean palette that is waiting for the personal touch. Also, the refrigerator is interesting in the wood, but is it magnetic? Can it hold magnets and info? Perhaps the wood covered doors are too much. Perhaps just standard stainless steel to match the in wall ovens would look better.
This is interesting. It would be also interesting to consider in whiteboard format. The question would be throughly cleaning it and maintainability over the years. Especially the white board concept. Dry erase markers can leave permanent markings that can look dirty over time. Technologically a SMARTBOARD would be a great working idea area, too.
I really like this picturesque mural bathroom window!!!!!!!!!
I don't like the style but I do like the concept of this tiny little vanity area. I could see this in my main suite or in the second bedroom.
Some of this is a great concept for a workshop space in the basement. I could see walking down into this in the area next to the egress entrance.
AWWWWWW! Very cute workshop idea!!!!...for the basement.
I would LOVE this with a movie theme for the steps!!! This fits in with the movie theater basement I'm considering. Add storage in each of the stairs and that would be great! It may be a little much, but It's different.
I like the wood tones. The black is a bit extreme but it would look better with a lighter palette.
A lot of wood, but it is contemporary. A lighter wood with a mix of the dark would probably work.
I guess if I could make a loft in the attic space this would be it. LOL!
I like the floor and the wood accents. The dark wood doesn't take over the room and make it too dark.
disabled bathroom remodel article
disabled bath article...remodel of the sinks. not my style here but interesting to consider.
from the same article about disabled bathroom remodel...another view of the open access shower stall big enough for a wheelchair.
open access shower
from the same article...open shower that is also wheelchair accessible
I like the idea of the grab bars not looking like grab bars.
disabled access bathroom...heated toilet, bidet, automatic lid raises and lowers
This kind of looks like it would be great for downstairs. The double doors in the back look like they could be the egress to the driveway.
Kind of art deco wood, but there is something about it that is warm yet contemporary. The turquoise backsplash has gotta go.
Love the open shower!
I just like the openness of these doors.
The screen wall/door is AWESOME!!!!
What can I say? I love the rain forest shower in the middle of the shower. Really worth considering.
I like this because the edge of the tub is also the seat for the shower. It also looks like it utilizes limited space well.
Very cute and small. Basement or West Wing bathroom.
This is kind of what I'm talking about with the safety bar and bench, however this looks a little to hospitaly.
Aspects of this set up I like. I like the wood.
Like the adjustable mirrors.
I like this embedded shelf with the subway tile accent.
Only because it's smaller and narrow...and I like the bench. Again, need safety bars.
The color scheme and the shower floor!
A little dark, but this is cute for the basement.
I like the simplicity of space. I like the teak wood in the shower. The question is, how does one clean it?