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Combined Bath And Toilet Designs & Ideas

Kingsley
Kingsley
Wanda Ely Architect Inc.
The bathroom is generously lit by natural light from two skylights above. A subtle but graphic pattern plays with the finish of standard white subway tile and wraps all sides of the ‘wet-room.’ A wall-hung toilet floats off the floor and makes for easy cleaning. Photo by Scott Norsworthy
Market
Market
Rad Design Inc
© Rad Design Inc. A two storey penthouse loft in an old historic building and neighbourhood of downtown Toronto. Photo credit: Donna Griffith
Barrier-Free Shower Stall
Barrier-Free Shower Stall
Spa Tile
Master bath in a private home in Brooklyn New York, apartment designed by Eric Safyan, Architect, with Green Mountain Construction & Design
Lake of the Isles Tudor Renovation
Lake of the Isles Tudor Renovation
Anchor Builders
Builder: Anchor Builders / Building Design, Plans, and Interior Finishes by Fluidesign Studio / Photographer: Seth Benn Photography
Arrowhead Farmhouse
Arrowhead Farmhouse
Cummings Architecture + Interiors
With expansive fields and beautiful farmland surrounding it, this historic farmhouse celebrates these views with floor-to-ceiling windows from the kitchen and sitting area. Originally constructed in the late 1700’s, the main house is connected to the barn by a new addition, housing a master bedroom suite and new two-car garage with carriage doors. We kept and restored all of the home’s existing historic single-pane windows, which complement its historic character. On the exterior, a combination of shingles and clapboard siding were continued from the barn and through the new addition.
SAN CLEMENTE interiors
SAN CLEMENTE interiors
Dupuis-Design
The client wanted a taller with more drawers for the Vanity Cabinet, so I've designed for her. Replaced all the wall and floor tiles, sink, faucets and fixtures and lighted medicine cabinet. Photo Credit: Coy Gutierrez
Malabar Master Suite
Malabar Master Suite
Alair Homes Plano
This home had a previous master bathroom remodel and addition with poor layout. Our homeowners wanted a whole new suite that was functional and beautiful. They wanted the new bathroom to feel bigger with more functional space. Their current bathroom was choppy with too many walls. The lack of storage in the bathroom and the closet was a problem and they hated the cabinets. They have a really nice large back yard and the views from the bathroom should take advantage of that. We decided to move the main part of the bathroom to the rear of the bathroom that has the best view and combine the closets into one closet, which required moving all of the plumbing, as well as the entrance to the new bathroom. Where the old toilet, tub and shower were is now the new extra-large closet. We had to frame in the walls where the glass blocks were once behind the tub and the old doors that once went to the shower and water closet. We installed a new soft close pocket doors going into the water closet and the new closet. A new window was added behind the tub taking advantage of the beautiful backyard. In the partial frameless shower we installed a fogless mirror, shower niches and a large built in bench. . An articulating wall mount TV was placed outside of the closet, to be viewed from anywhere in the bathroom. The homeowners chose some great floating vanity cabinets to give their new bathroom a more modern feel that went along great with the large porcelain tile flooring. A decorative tumbled marble mosaic tile was chosen for the shower walls, which really makes it a wow factor! New recessed can lights were added to brighten up the room, as well as four new pendants hanging on either side of the three mirrors placed above the seated make-up area and sinks. Design/Remodel by Hatfield Builders & Remodelers | Photography by Versatile Imaging
Palo Alto Residence
Palo Alto Residence
Coddington Design
Features custom shower curtain and vanity. Photo: Matthew Millman
Modern Bath Retreat
Modern Bath Retreat
AV Architects + Builders
AV Architects + Builders Location: Great Falls, VA, United States Our clients were looking to renovate their existing master bedroom into a more luxurious, modern space with an open floor plan and expansive modern bath design. The existing floor plan felt too cramped and didn’t offer much closet space or spa like features. Without having to make changes to the exterior structure, we designed a space customized around their lifestyle and allowed them to feel more relaxed at home. Our modern design features an open-concept master bedroom suite that connects to the master bath for a total of 600 square feet. We included floating modern style vanity cabinets with white Zen quartz, large black format wall tile, and floating hanging mirrors. Located right next to the vanity area is a large, modern style pull-out linen cabinet that provides ample storage, as well as a wooden floating bench that provides storage below the large window. The centerpiece of our modern design is the combined free-standing tub and walk-in, curb less shower area, surrounded by views of the natural landscape. To highlight the modern design interior, we added light white porcelain large format floor tile to complement the floor-to-ceiling dark grey porcelain wall tile to give off a modern appeal. Last not but not least, a frosted glass partition separates the bath area from the toilet, allowing for a semi-private toilet area. Jim Tetro Architectural Photography
Park Avenue Apartment in Rosario Candela Building
Park Avenue Apartment in Rosario Candela Building
Studio 511
The children's bathroom has playful wallpaper and a custom designed vanity that integrates into the wainscot around the room. Interior Design by Ashley Whitakker.