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long narrow - woodwork
granite and backsplach
curve/straight lines between bath and shower
use of wood
use of slate
use of wood and slate
use of slate and color
shelves by toilet
use of matching color of slate
like the overall feel
cabinets-bump out to break lines
Different sizes of slate
Would we need a step?
use of different sizes of slate and not too much
just to show the fireplace
Shelves on walls? Would it be too busy?
flow of bath to shower and use of wood and stone. I like the concept, but not the execution.
Like the black accents. Don't know if would work for us, but....
"Window" into the shower area.
Partial wall between sink and tub-option other than shelves.
minimalist back splash-an idea
Another idea to divide shower from tub-no shower door.
Great idea for a step to the tub!!!!!
Too much tile, but used wood around the skirt
Possible window treatment
Drawers between sinks
Shelves in corner of shower
Framed mirror, side cabinets
use of wood
for interface between vanity and tub
No tile around tub-all wood.
bead board all around tub.
not too much tile around tub. Like much better than 24 inches of tile.
Thought that Jon would like the wood work around tub.
treatment around the tub-bead board. No tile.
bland-want to avoid
Non slate bathroom that's OK
Another nonslate. Notice the use of different types of material, yet all blend.
non slate-notice accents
sinks. Subtle colors.
Use of slate and stone
granite in the shower areal.