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enclosed tub, giving it its own nook-like space. Allows for wall moulding in front, like wainscoting. The tub design isn't important, nor is the bookshelf neccesary.
vanity. has two floor to ceiling side walls, which keeps the toilet in a separate room.
wainscoting goes halfway up the wall.
example of subway-tiled bathroom. very classic looking room.
subway tiled room.
moulded vanity. seemless with the wall. I don't like the colors or cabinet design though.
another wainscoting example. This one has it 3/4 of the way of the wall. Avoids the issue of how to deal with the backsplash.
beautiful integration of components. tub is somewhat sectioned off and is in front of the window. moulding is consistent and part of each piece.
an entire room subway-tiled.
beautiful stand up shower. not sure if the floor is tiled, but that can be altered.
corner tub. tiled walls instead of wood.
another example of corner tub with tiled walls. also integrated with shower. solid, cohesive look.
separation of vanity and toilet. also nicely tiled walls integrated into vanity backsplash.
entire stone design... too much stone.
tagged because it looks similar to the master bathroom's left side.
what about splitting the vanity in two and flanking it against the tub and bay window?