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imgonefishing

i really like the floor in pic 1 and love the giant vase in pic 2

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Raisa Hannus

Thank you Erin for the extremely interesting study! Great amount of detail about different features and also age groups. And it even answered the big question "WOULD CONSIDER BUYING A HOME WITHOUT A TUB? --- 50%" !

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Barb Dixon
We just finished our bathroom. Still need baskets under vanity and some other things, but love how it turned out...
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