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birchwoodventures
A dormer makes this already small bath even more challenging. Repositioning the tub allows a person of average height to stand up straight while showering, and a 66" double bowl vanity adds much-needed utility. Before and after pics shown here.
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fabcrab
I agree with Corinne and bebe's pearls that we need to define what a small bath is. Some of the baths pictured here (particularly in the Comments section) may be considered small by people who live in McMansions, but to those of us who live in older, normal-sized homes, they are palatial! My master bath is 5'x'8' and is located on an exterior concrete-block wall (i.e., no storage space between the studs on that wall). I would love to get some ideas on how to make this tiny space feel more spacious!
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honglan
I love being in my backyard in the fall when the leaves start to turn red but the roses are still in blooming.
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Chuck B. Edwards - Breckon Land Design
Boulder steps - concrete steps - floating steps -- flagstone --- there are so many options....
Here are just few they we have designed!! Thanks and I hope everyone has a great weekend!!!
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kelela37clch
Inspiringly informative article; look forward to incorporating some of the minimalist design tips into our landscaping project! Beautiful photos!
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belisima
Excellent article!
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samanthaja
So many cute things! One side note though--the minute my baby learned to crawl she was headed to the floor lamp. It crashed and broke and I never replaced it, knowing baby 2 wasn't far behind. If you use floor lamps, make sure your baby can't get to them when they start crawling.
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shakerjaebs
Been debating about painting the thin wood trim in my 1925 home. Great before and after pics. Really got me thinking . . .
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tooky58
Wow is right. And I too, would like ro know what faux paint is
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