Tile on walls, the bench seat and shower heads. Could be tad bigger for 2.
shower remodel idea (love the half walls on the shower) with a bench and double shower heads this would be perfection
Bathroom hex tile design on the floor and green subway tile on the shower walls, Classic!
home sweet home.
Momeni New Wave NW133 Blue Rug - this could be perfect for the dining room - brings in the sandy walls, the turquoise tile, and the navy from the chairs.
Purple tile on the ceiling and mosaic tile on a shower bench make for one unique bathroom!
Yes!! Enclosed tub/shower combo - just need dual shower heads and different tile and this is perfect. If wall next to tub was a connecting wall with the bedroom you could have a fireplace that's visible on both sides...
On The Go Play and Snack Tray for car seat, only $9.95. This could be handy for years to come!
Rimless Door maybe make the shower feel bigger? also a light and bright shower tile idea.
Bathroom Trends 2014 : Grey Tiles Like this tile for the shower and the little / simple bench.
Pebble tile can be used in back splashes, shower pans, countertops, shower walls and more. Available in our store by the square foot in this style (Flat) and stack stone style for backsplashes.
The master bathroom has a curbless steam shower and rain head. The tile is Bianco Carrara polished marble with 3-by-6-inch subway tiles on the walls and 2-inch hexagon tiles on the floor.
super easy diy bench- made with rubbermaid containers! this would be perfect for around the fire pit i could make it L shaped and put it up against the fence so you could lean on the pillows.
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A Scrabble board made with tiles! For the letters, use stickers on plain white tile, and then varnish. Could be made as a table as well.
Vowel Digraphs anchor chart! This could be posted on the walls for students to refer to. Also, this a rhythm that could be taught to the students that are struggling. This could help them remember different rules.
Feelings expressed through Lego heads, could be useful for engaging i treat in work on feelings.
Corner Shower Corner showers can be a great way to make the most of the space in a small bath. This shower adds vintage charm to a new bathroom, thanks to subway tiles with dark grout lines on the walls and hexagonal mosaic tile on the floor. A partial wall enclosure subtly separates the shower from the adjacent vanity area.
Fun ideas for our playhouse - bench, storage, paint the walls WHITE, peel stick tile. the boo and the boy: A most gorgeous playhouse
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love the layout, low pitch open floorplan, windows on side walls, could see 2 story at end for bedrooms
was thinking I'd like solid surface bottom like this stone look from Kohler. I think it could cheapen overall look vs tile floor though. Would have to be just the right tones for floor to blend with tile walls.
Tile tips:Small details make this shower a standout space. Two showerheads placed higher and lower on the wall accommodate bathers of different heights. The intricately planned tiles create a visually stunning mosaic along the walls, floor, and bench. To keep the space from looking too busy, tiles in the same color -- but different sizes -- were applied to the floor and lower portion of the walls.
LOVE this $80 Pottery Barn inspired console table behind the couch! Could be made bigger for a kitchen island.
walk-in shower - that bench could be a tub...
Faucets and shower heads built into the wall, alongside tiled shelves for toiletry storage. (Surrounded by floor to ceiling subway tile)
small 2-seat cushioned bench against the end of the balcony, small table for drinks/food/books, and a chair across. I like this organization. Bonus points for storage space under the bench! And facing the bench, the other end of the balcony should be covered with plants and flowers!
there's no place like it
Master Bath (just the shower) ;-) Love that my hubby's also a plumber! AND... there needs to be a small tile bench built in! lol
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