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Christine Botti

Love the tub in #1 and the shower in #6

   
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lesehl232

Toilets these days are usually standard comfort hight (17in), including walk hung. Wall hung toilets can be actually adjusted a few inches as well which is a bonus. Last, it’s much easier to clean around them!!

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bethperson

It's appalling that this article doesn't mention grab bars, nor do the photos show any. They are NOT just for old folks-- anyone who might someday have a twisted ankle, leg or foot injury, etc., will be grateful for them in the shower/bath area. You have to plan ahead for these in a remodel so that there's backing behind the tile wall surface. I would never remodel a bathroom without them. And there are nice looking grab bar designs available.

   

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