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toilet paper holder
full length mirror cabinet
ladder towell holder for shower
shower lamp on wall
sliding glass doors
top of glass
windows and shutters
shelf as part of wall--maybe even in shower
bath and shower configuration
coffee table=two separate tables together...levels? upper table bands nice
4 recessed lights together
window rectangle shape
wall between bathroom and closet?
closet doors made with screen painted white?
again...groups of ceiling lights
doors opening out... back bedroom downstairs.
partially lowered ceiling around the edge to recess lights
group of fabric box lamps
window and door horizontal rectangles
use beadboard horizontally
Oooh, I just did this too! Beadboard and 1x3 is an amazing way to give contractor-grade tubs a built-in, designer look. The big trick here is making sure you seal, seal, seal. This ensures no water leaking which can lead to rot. Paint the back and the front of the beadboard with semi-gloss paint, then add a bead of silicone along the edges of the trim.
horizontal rectangular shelves
horizontal rectangular storage
striped painting. drawers
maybe a plywood wall in the laundry
and plywood countertop in the laundry?
supposedly knobs and lever handles are easier to open.
This bathroom beautifully incorporates plenty of room to accommodate our 5-foot wheelchair-turning radius, an attractive floor mounted grab bar to assist to the tub, open-bottom vanity cabinets for ease of rolling to the sink and curbless access to the shower and toilet areas.
Wet rooms with curbless showers provide easy in-and-out access with a sleek look.
in front of the window?
If possible, remove as many doors as possible or use pocket doors to increase the sense of space.
tall wall shelves on both sides of windows? 3 windows instead of 2?
screen door downstairs?
reading chair by bed?
closets and doors to divide a room.
Suspended from a recessed light source, orange, yellow and amber panels give the illusion of a lighting fixture.
paint your walls with the base color, tape the stripes, then paint another coat of the base color, brushing over the tape to seal the edges. Let that dry completely before painting the accent color. This step certainly adds time, but it completely eradicates paint bleeds under the tape, resulting in clean, crisp lines."