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These are "powder rooms", not regular bathrooms. Most powder rooms are the size of a small closet, therefore the sink and toilet are usually on opposite sides. If your sink and toilet are on the same wall, pretend it's an ordinary bathroom without a tub or shower. Practically all "regular" bathrooms have the sink next to the toilet. The 2 full baths in my present house does, but my powder room has the sink and toilet "looking at each other", so to speak.

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Cant believe there is a powder room featured with NO mirror! Otherwise, lots of good ideas.


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