Example of a classic bathroom design in Dallas

Small but Quaint Master Bath

Traditional Bathroom, Dallas | Photo by Hilsabeck Design Associates, Inc.

Proper Space Planning was the key to success in this small but quaint Master Bath. Using every square inch of the space and a creative use of mirrors not only to "hide" the medicine cabinets but also to visually expand the room provided the finishing touches.
Example of a classic bathroom design in Dallas - Houzz

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rsbasing wrote:June 10, 2013
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    Hilsabeck Design Associates, Inc.
    6 years ago
    Great question! I always use the rule "Form follows Function". This is also applicable to size as well. The overall size of the shower will depend on how many people will be using it, does it have a bench, body sprays, number of heads, and of course, the size of the user(s). In regards to the tub, the overall size is determined by three things, 1. Size of the actual tub or whirlpool itself, 2. The amount of deck desired (6" minimum is recommended on all sides with an additional 4" to 6" on the front edge), and 3. The overall size of the bathroom itself and what space or size is dedicated for the tub allowing all other functions including circulation and proper clearances to still take place. Hope this answers your question.
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mslegrand added this to Bathroom IdeasNovember 12, 2015

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