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Barnes & Noble Publishing, 2001 - House & Home - 128 pages
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One sink or a double? Multi-head shower or sunken tub? A divided bath with separate washing and toilet areas? Investing in your bathroom makes good economic sense--and enhances your comfort. These days, there are so many practical and decorative options to choose from, including colorful floor tiles, soothing Jacuzzis, attractive fixtures, and storage space to hold those soaps and sundries. Find the right design for you, whether it's a family bathroom, one shared by teens or small children, or a master bath meant for two. From handling an awkwardly shaped space, planning for recessed cabinets, and acquiring a slip-resistant tub to fitting a home spa, adding vital light and ventilation, and bringing in a touch of the outdoors, these simple solutions resolve your decorating problems quickly and thoroughly.

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Divided Baths 48
Lighting and Ventilation 64
Storage Solutions 90
Smart Accessible Design 104
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