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pwilliams272 wrote:Jan 13, 2013
  • juniperjo
    As long as there's a good fan or a window, it should be fine. Lots of bathroom have wood (think beaded board wainscoating).
  • toothtickler86
    Looks like old shiplap.
aligirrl77 wrote:Oct 24, 2012
  • Sarah Powell
    looks like the Sage Sconce from Schoolhouse Elec.
  • scotcht

    any thoughts on paint sheen? looks almost flat

jaysandor wrote:Sep 4, 2013
  • mdln
    St Thomas Creations - Liberty. I just found it and am getting it.
  • sonya_buerck36

    Need to save

Olive Oil wrote:Nov 24, 2012
  • seacay
    old school and awesome ways to turn on the light and exhaust. remember?
  • Gary Pankretz
    The white flat panel looks like a wall heater, but I would also like to know the brand and type of fuel it uses....perhaps where to purchase it?
kporter25 wrote:May 26, 2013
  • bigsissy
    If the house is like our old home the walls are originial construction using sawmill lumber.
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                      What Houzz contributors are saying:

                      Lisa Frederick added this to 8 Tiny Bathrooms With Big PersonalitiesDec 13, 2012

                      The opposite end of the space features a compact pedestal sink and mirror-mounted sconces that free up wall area. A serene white-on-white palette helps the room to feel more expansive.Tour this 540-square-foot family home

                      Laura Gaskill added this to Decorate With Intention: Keeping Tidy in Smaller SpacesNov 6, 2012

                      Figure out which products you love, once and for all. Is your bathroom filled with half-full bottles and tubes you know you will never use? Give yourself permission to let go of the products you tried and didn't like. When you know what you like and use daily, suddenly it will seem easy to fit everything onto a few small shelves — perhaps with a bit of overflow in a pretty lidded basket on the back of the toilet.Tell us: What's your best tip for living in a small space?More: Could you live in 220 square feet?

                      What Houzzers are commenting on:

                      Sofie Jordbo added this to Sofies idéerJul 7, 2019

                      Badeværelse med kar og vindue i enden

                      rgordon21 added this to stagJun 1, 2019

                      sink from Christina st house - at KG north

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