Indoor and Outdoor ShowerOnly a glass wall separates the indoor shower on the left from the outdoor shower on the right for an uninterrupted visual flow of space in a Los Angeles, California, bathroom designed by John De Bastiani.
Ignore the retro style of the room, but I like the extra storage of the drawers and cabinet above since the bathroom is small. May not be much room for linens in there, and something like this could work for towels and sheets and such.
Do you need more storage in the bathroom, but don’t have the space? Then this idea might help. Head over to our “Bathroom Ideas” album for more bathroom inspiration now at http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/ideas-for-your-rooms/bathrooms-gallery/bathrooms/ What do you think?
This classic mid-century modern home in Lakewood, Washington, had great "bones" that had been compromised by subsequent remodels. The bathrooms were dated, the hallway was gloomy, and the kitchen was practically non-functional. <a href="http://www.deforestarchitects.com/">DeForest Architects</a> opened up walls, updated finishes, and created a kitchen centered around what the residents call "the mother of all islands." Click through our slideshow, with photos by Ben Benschneider, to see a…