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Results found for "shower"

  • spa bath with a jewel, Former harvest gold bath from 1979 transformed with inexpensive materials but with expensive accents. The jewel is the chandelier., Bathrooms Design

    spa bath with a jewel

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  • Compact bathroom tucked under a stair way,  When we built our gameroom  we made it two stories  so that we could have a place for pool downstairs and  a place for ping pong upstairs since my husband loves ping pong.   
We needed a bathroom in the space but space was an issue  because  both  ping pong and  pool require room for play.  We decided to configure the stairs such that we could tuck in a compact bath  beneath.  It has been surprisingly difficult to get a good picture of the space but I will post what I have.  The door is a barn  type sliding door that closes on the outside of the  bathroom giving us the benefit of a precious additional 4 inches that would have been  lost  with use of a pocket door. When the door is closed it appears to be a continuation of the wooden panel wall.  The key  features of the bath are the bright red sink and the white veined black marble flooring. The entire bathroom except the ceiling is tiled in black  subway tile and grouted with black grout.  The toilet is also black. This allows the sink and the mirror  to really be the features since the room is too small to have  a lot of  competing elements.  The space was  too tight for a regular glass shower door so  I made a shower liner and a decorative solid black drapery panel  to set it off.   I had three glass companies come out to see if they could figure out a glass shower door solution. I know  shower curtains strike a nerve with some but in this case it was the only viable option. I used a  crowd control cord like movie theaters and opera  houses use. Found one in black with chrome latches. I cut it off to the right length, attached it to the wall and made a masculine looking curtain tie-back.   We installed a recessed light in the shower that also has a ventilation fan hidden within.  This makes showing with light possible in spite of the shower curtains blocking out the lights over the sink. We use florescent bulbs to avoid hot bulbs and glass shades touching the curtain.  Glossy black shelves were installed behind the toilet for extra storage.  Decorative jars beneath the sink serve double duty to store extra paper products,  travel sized soaps and shampoos, sun block for pool side and the like.   This bathroom is  indeed compact but nowhere must  one squeeze or contort to get to the sink, toilet or into the shower.  My oldest son is  a big  guy and he navigates the space just fine as was our space tester.  I will work on getting  better photos.  
, Bathrooms Design

    Compact bathroom tuck...

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  • Chicago Vintage Bathroom, I wanted a clean feel for my master bath.  The paint color is a light blue from Restoration Hardware.  The shower curtain is also from RH and is white.   , Bathrooms Design

    Chicago Vintage Bathr...

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  • Knock out master bath, '80's master bath brought into the 21st century with clean lines, natural colors, and lots of space.  The bathroom is 10' by 10' and the closet is 10' by 5'.  The original bath had a jetted tub that would barely fit a single small person.  The shower was a tiny corner model the size of a phone booth.  The toilet was enclosed in it's own little cubbyhole - both were huge space eaters.  By removing the tub and the toilet enclosure the space seems to have doubled., Bathrooms Design

    Knock out master bath

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  • Maybe the last showhouse, Designing professionally is too stressful and we do not get enough pay or respect for what we do.  I miss it just being fun.  I did this house with 2 other designers and I think we did a great job with a limited budget & being left out of  changes made during construction. But I think we did a great job regardless but I really am thinking I want to quit & just do for fun.  , Living Rooms Design

    Maybe the last showho...

    24 photos, 2,396 Views, Flag

  • Master Bath remodel, The master previously served as the hall bath as well. We closed off the hall entrance and created a private master bath with a large walk-in shower., Bathrooms Design

    Master Bath remodel

    5 photos, 1,534 Views, Flag

  • Now this is really living., Basement party room.  Boomers and kids alike., Living Rooms Design

    Now this is really liv...

    10 photos, 1,742 Views, Flag

  • Old World Master Bath, I chose to have built-ins built on either side of the tub and added silk curtain fabric inside to hide the clutter(!!) all lighting & rug is Lowes and trim for around the mirrors is our next project.....bench seat conceals the steam shower unit crystal drawer pulls from antique medical cabinet.  , Bathrooms Design

    Old World Master Bat...

    3 photos, 8,684 Views, Flag

  • Quick & Cheap Bathroom Remodel, Our guest/pool bath. Kept existing light tile countertop and faucet. Painted vanity white and gave it a "furniture" look and new hardware. (DH had a cow!) Installed chair rail small crown molding and framed the mirror. Everyone insists faux finish is wallpaper. More DIY stuff on my blog, Bathrooms Design

    Quick & Cheap Bathroo...

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  • Master Bathroom - Old World, UPDATE: this bathroom and the master bedroom will be on Bang For Your Buck on Friday, April 24th 9:30 EST!  Master bathroom addition to a French Country home.  Note - I had this up here but decided to check with someone to make sure it was okay so I am reposting now...  It will be on tv soon but I cannot tell you anything more right now!, Bathrooms Design

    Master Bathroom - Ol...

    8 photos, 9,116 Views, Flag

  • Gutted bathroom/ now a powder room/cotttage, Cottage Style/ we gutted and removed
shower and tub, moved all the plumbing, wiring,and put it all back together. Used : toto, perrin and rowe, restoration hardware cabinet, and lights.
Paint is repose gray (benjamin moore)

Still waiting for the roman shade for
the window and picture on order., Bathrooms Design

    Gutted bathroom/ now ...

    11 photos, 7,025 Views, Flag

  • A Masterful Master , This is a master bath that was created for clients to have a place for a quiet respite.  The understated space is crisp, clean, and calm. The double vanities with the sinks offset allow both to use the space without "being" in the way., Bathrooms Design

    A Masterful Master

    6 photos, 6,797 Views, Flag

  • Coastal Guest Bathroom, Bathrooms Design

    Coastal Guest Bathroo...

    8 photos, 18,829 Views, Flag

  • ORGANIC BATHROOM, While shopping in Bali, we found this amazing vessel sink. It's natural beauty inspired me to design the entire bathroom around it. The sink is made from one piece of stone found in Indonesia. It was carved by hand by local artisans. I chose this faucet because when it's flowing it reminds me of a waterfall., Bathrooms Design


    5 photos, 6,808 Views, Flag

  • Relaxing Master Bath, Master Bath remodel includes steam shower, ceramic floors and shower with glass accent tiles.  Maple cabinets, granite counters, sleek Kohler sink and chandelier lights add the sparkle to this great room., Bathrooms Design

    Relaxing Master Bath

    6 photos, 13,029 Views, Flag

  • Master Bath Makeover , Like most cookie cutter builder bathrooms with large, unused bathtubs, this bathroom was in need of a redo.  The goal was to make it feel like a hotel bath or spa and that goal was certainly achieved.  This was my first bath and it was completely DIM (myself) - both design and build - except I had a friend help with the shower pan.  We also used epoxy grout for the shower pan which is a two person job as well - and highly recommended., Bathrooms Design

    Master Bath Makeover...

    15 photos, 3,578 Views, Flag

  • Master Bath Spa Retreat, My remodel of our mid 90s master bath to a modern spa retreat.  The tiring old wallpaper had to go so I took that down and a little more.  Majority of the walls were gutted down to the studs and rebuilt to what you see.  The floating mirrors are a DIY first for me.  I also custom built the vanity, built-ins, and custom tub surround.  The last build was our custom closet, but I'll save that for another 'rate my space' review. , Bathrooms Design

    Master Bath Spa Retr...

    5 photos, 9,820 Views, Flag

  • Victorian Bathroom, My bathroom is the favorite part of my house.  I painted it myself and my co-worker helped me with the faux paper on the wall.  That work was a task, we got the paper from Lowes, we had to rip the paper along with the edges.  , Bathrooms Design

    Victorian Bathroom

    11 photos, 1,065 Views, Flag

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