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Results found for "glass shower"

  • Modern Basement Bathroom in Man's Cave, Modern basement bath, Bathrooms Design

    Modern Basement Bath...

    7 photos, 1,920 Views, Flag

  • Glass Block Shower, As you can see no door is needed on this large walk in shower made with marble and glass block, Bathrooms Design

    Glass Block Shower

    2 photos, 2,530 Views, Flag

  • What's our new bathroom missing?, We love our new Bathroom remodel but we feel it's missing something? Do you have any art ideas? Or other ways to bring color or life to the room?, Bathrooms Design

    What's our new bathro...

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  • Small Master Bath, The second DIY project we took on in our 70's house was the master bathroom.  Before it was another small, dark room in the house with a mix of 70's and 80's fixtures.  We brightened up the space by adding recessed lighting in the ceiling above the vanity, toilet and shower.  We couldn't create more space, but we created the illusion of space by taking down the shower wall and having a glass shower enclosure installed by a shower door company (splurge).  We saved by purchasing a "spa like" shower unit on-line.  It fits onto existing plumbing so we didn't have to add extra plumbing for shower jets.  We also saved  by doing our own tile work with porcelain tile that looks like stone.   Another save was using kitchen cabinetry to create the vanity.  We made the vanity feet with about $35.00 worth of spacer, a cabinet company wanted almost $500.00 for just the little feet!  We used inexpensive sconces and an off the shelf faucet, sink and toilet from a couple of the big home stores Our final save was buying a granite remnant for the vanity top; the color is verde peacock.  We splurged on the glass and stone accent tile and heated flooring.  The master bath may still be small, but now it looks like it belongs in the 21st century.
, Bathrooms Design

    Small Master Bath

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  • new remodel of my 60's ranch bathroom, We wanted to bring the feeling of the beach to our old 1962 bathroom.  I got my large shower under tile heat and low flow toilet.  We love it.  Mark & Dan, Bathrooms Design

    new remodel of my 60'...

    7 photos, 3,765 Views, Flag

  • Antique dresser with vessel sink & glass block shower, Large renovation project by 2 ladies in Pleasant Garden NC. Antique vanity dresser with glass vessel sink glass block walkin shower whirlpool tub dark wood accents & imported tiles., Bathrooms Design

    Antique dresser with v...

    8 photos, 3,757 Views, Flag

  • Metallic Butterflies vs. Gold Speckled Countertops, We moved into a house that was built in 1972. It hasn't been updated since the trendy owners/builders put up the gaudy butterfly wallpaper and installed fluorescent bar lights on the sides of the mirror. (You should see the harvest-gold festival in our kitchen...) 

We would LOVE to renovate this space into a contemporary guest/master bath if such a quandary is possible., Bathrooms Design

    Metallic Butterflies ...

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  • Small but mighty!, We gutted our small 90 year-old bathroom from the steel bath tub to the floor joists we replaced.  Termites had a feast in there!, Bathrooms Design

    Small but mighty!

    5 photos, 2,313 Views, Flag

  • Grotto Bath, Completely gutted bath. Was 8ft ceilings now up to 11 ft. Removed tub and added a shower of  Golden White quartzite tiles with Turquoise River Rock shower floor and wall detail.  It feels if you are showering in a cool cave. Comments?, Bathrooms Design

    Grotto Bath

    10 photos, 3,495 Views, Flag

  • Seaside Inspired Master Bath, I love my new bathroom!  I completely gutted this room down to the studs at the same time I renovated the kitchen.  Tried to evoke 'beach' without being overtly beachy.  And if this room is 'sand' my master bedroom is definitely 'sea.'  Take a look!, Bathrooms Design

    Seaside Inspired Mas...

    5 photos, 10,101 Views, Flag

  • My Wrought Iron and Travertine bath!, This bath has access to side patio dining area of house with wrought iron furniture.  It also has a pocket door that leads to hallway and family room.It has travertine tile on floor and shower.  Wrought iron styled border tile with black granite accent tiles.  Nickel and black iron finishes in bath and lighting fixtures., Bathrooms Design

    My Wrought Iron and ...

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  • Remodeled bathroom, Remodeled bathroom, custom cabinetry, jetted tub, separate frameless glass shower, double sinks, beautiful spa-like space, with oil rubbed bronze fixtures.  This space leads into a large walk-in closet to complete the Master Suite., Bathrooms Design

    Remodeled bathroom

    7 photos, 781 Views, Flag

  • Master Bathroom Renovation, This is our master bathroom post renovation.  We replaced the shower, all of the hardware, toilet, and vanity (custom built by my husband).  We also replaced white ceramic tile with the turkish marble and added a granite countertop. , Bathrooms Design

    Master Bathroom Reno...

    4 photos, 1,665 Views, Flag

  • Modern, elegant bathroom, Gutted our bath and started from scratch, Bathrooms Design

    Modern, elegant bathr...

    9 photos, 1,967 Views, Flag

  • master suite, calming sage and 12' ceilings, Bedrooms Design

    master suite

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  • Great shower Remodel, Started as a bland yellowish 4 1/4" tile now look, Bathrooms Design

    Great shower Remodel

    2 photos, 287 Views, Flag

  • Spa double shower for smaller space, *Deleting the prior space and re-adding since a lot of decor was added*
Complete overhaul of the most ugly and dilapidated bath I have ever seen. 
Walls were ripped out; all rebuilt. Aimed for spa look. Custom shower made by the owner (luckily GC and electrical engineer - cement base, glass floor tile, subway wall tile with a decorative glass/stone tile border. A marble bench was put on to the left, topped with a simple snake shower. 
Opposite if it is a multi-jet spa shower. 
Floor, blue gray ceramic tile. 
The blown glass window allows for natural light; inside of it is framed in subway tile. A hand-made Mayan glass and jade mask, treasure from our travels, completes the corner along with hand towel basket. The set of framed ocean photography, our original photos, adds interest and a small burst of color. 
Contrasting floating shelves are pretty yet functional and are a nice way to break up a bland space.
Dark cherry wood vanity is complimented my a matching mirror and a brushed steel light set, mirroring lines of the faucet. 
Fun, relaxing, eclectic.
, Bathrooms Design

    Spa double shower for ...

    7 photos, 714 Views, Flag

  • From Old &Mold to Mosaic Gold, Over the 100 Years that our house has been alive, our current master bath has had some stories, and they were told 3 months ago when we gutted the entire space.  Once a Parlor with a secret window that caught on fire, now a beautiful spa- inspired master bath, at least we think so anyway.  But we'd love to know what you think! comments are much appreciated! , Bathrooms Design

    From Old &Mold to Mo...

    22 photos, 4,835 Views, Flag

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