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Anita
Downstairs bathroom very inviting. Small but sweet - love the vingage bag atop the loo!
   
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Bob Buchan
Thanks for the tips! It's fun to create something beautiful and break out of doing the same boring things. This company has amazing products for the bathroom you may be interested in: http://www.gtsj.biz
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I like the space and feel in the one with the darker room with yellow chair.
   

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