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Our 1917 bathroom had lost its character somewhere along the way and after the toilet and tub began leaking into the kitchen below we knew we had to start working on it. That meant tearing out the plaster and lath, the old (beautiful) tile underneath layers of linoleum and the builder grade fixtures. We re-created the tile pattern, added a subway tile shower where the closet us...More
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“blue bathroom” — auramsafaris
Jamison Howard
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MacPherson Residence Master Bathroom
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“Arches over the sinks” — lisamarie323
John Kraemer & Sons
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Interlachen Country Club (Edina)
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Rossington Architecture
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Vallejo Street
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KGA Studio Architects
2007 Parade of Homes Village
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Knight Architects LLC
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Classic Transformation
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Wood framed herringbone subway tile on wall behind pedestal sink. Marble floor.
“wall behind sink” — yggirl
REFINED LLC
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Pink Bath
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I am trying to do a "pick me up" in our mud room area. I painted the walls, bought new carpets and we will be redoing the tile soon. My question is......
Looking to update and improve curb appeal, 60s colonial
The previous owner did not maintain the siding well and the cost to repair rotting boards/sand/change paint color etc is closing in on the price of new...
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