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So glad Houzz posted this again! I love the life that Connie & Obbie put into this beautiful, heart, loving family bath. Just wonderful!! Love the bath door exactly the way it is too!!

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Please tell me the source of the beautiful green wall paint. Great bathroom!!

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As a cabinetry maker in Oregon, I love seeing how the custom vanity wonderfully represents both the open feeling of this remodel as well as the timeless farmhouse look.

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