Master Bath - Expanded

Removed the dividing wall between the vanity and linen closet to make the master bathroom more spacious. Use of Moroccan-style tile adds whimsy and distinction to this remodel. Mirrors and sconce add the final soft touch.
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John G Wilbanks Photography Nip Tuck Remodeling Custom Cabinets: Baywood Cabinets Sconce: Crystorama
“Cindy's Bathroom Lighting” — cindybarlow
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John G Wilbanks Photography Nip Tuck Remodeling Custom Cabinets: Baywood Cabinets Sconce: Crystorama
“Like the Crystorama wall sconce and mirrors! Don't like the too-simple cabinets....they look industr” — ursulaha
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Bathroom Storage for Towels John G Wilbanks Photography Nip Tuck Remodeling Custom Cabinets: Baywood Cabinets
“Shelves” — munafoae
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John G Wilbanks Photography Nip Tuck Remodeling Custom Cabinets: Baywood Cabinets
“Love the shower tile!!” — ursulaha
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John G Wilbanks Photography Nip Tuck Remodeling Custom Cabinets: Baywood Cabinets
“Window” — klbasse
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Tiled-in Shower Soap Niche John G Wilbanks Photography Nip Tuck Remodeling
“Ximo” — yolie533
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John G Wilbanks Photography Nip Tuck Remodeling
“Master bath tile” — billie19
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