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Lori

If heated floors are not an option, several heat lights over key areas are good options. All of these are beautiful. I’m a soaking bath addict, and several of these tubs just don’t look too comfortable for laying back and reading n

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Tara Veith Kitchen & Bath Design
In the Universal Design bathroom, a tub with a door in the side might have been a good addition. Otherwise, these bathrooms are stellar!
   
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Rebecca Macy

Do not like walking thru a wet shower floor to get to the tub...

   

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