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The bath has vintage style fixtures and a roomy walk-in shower. Love the beadboard which would tie in with the adjoining kitchen/dining area. I think this would make our small bath look much more open.

The bath has vintage style fixtures and a roomy walk-in shower. Love the beadboard which would tie in with the adjoining kitchen/dining area. I think this would make our small bath look much more open.

Are You Looking For Some Great Compact Bathroom Designs and ...

Are You Looking For Some Great Compact Bathroom Designs and ...

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