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This house had no master bedroom or master bathroom. We opened the wall between two adjoining bedrooms to create one master bedroom. The bathroom entry was closed off in the hallway and an opening created through the bedroom wall. A double sink counter with cabinetry was installed. The closet across from the sinks is new and provides space for laundry and clothing storage.
“Greyish-Green/brown bathroom floor” — susygarciasalas
SF Remodel
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A new shower was installed. We designed the shower to center on the original skylight opening. We replaced the skylight with an operative one for better ventilation. All new plumbing fixtures were installed, bathtub and toilet. All new lighting fixtures and tile.
“Tan tile” — jenkaybarth
SF Remodel
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This room is the result of better space planning. By reconfiguring the bathroom that was previously only accessible in the hallway (it is now a master bath) we created enough space to add a powder room off the living room across from the kitchen. There is now an appropriate facility for guests to use rather than walking through the clients' bedroom.
Bathrooms
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San Francisco Chronicle
“vanity” — valerielance
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