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Jo -- might be interesting to play with horizontal and vertical mix? Also Calv's likes the idea of a long button at the bottom to anchor the area.

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Pros And Cons Of Having A Walk-In Shower

Pure white caeserstone tub surround, hansgrohe metris faucet, glass mosaic tile (Daltile - City lights), taupe 12 x 24 porcelain floor (tierra Sol, English bay collection), shower glass panel, shower niche, rain shower head, wet bath. :: Design by ID by Gwen

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New Takes on Traditional Bathroom Classics: Shiplap, Subway Tiles, Checkerboard Floors & More

New Takes on Traditional Bathroom Classics: Shiplap, Subway Tiles, Checkerboard Floors & More | Apartment Therapy

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Transform a room in one weekend with one of these three creative painting and glazing techniques. All are easy-to-do, attractive and inexpensive. We will show you how at http://www.familyhandyman.com/DIY-Projects/Wall---Ceiling/Wall-Decorating/paint-pizzazz-decorative-painting-techniques/View-All

Paint Pizzazz: Decorative Painting Techniques

Transform a room in one weekend with one of these three creative painting and glazing techniques. All are easy-to-do, attractive and inexpensive. We will show you how at http://www.familyhandyman.com/DIY-Projects/Wall---Ceiling/Wall-Decorating/paint-pizzazz-decorative-painting-techniques/View-All

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Powder Room - Love the black/white natural stone, gold framed oval mirror and the wall sconces casting a soft glow.....this is one memorable space.

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Art Deco Interior. The peacock motif in the tiling, the curving in the patterns of the feathers seems to be featured in much of this era's decoration.

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orange accent wall - orange will accent really well wit our new bathroom shower curtain but want the color yellow too to match our bathroom pictures....what to do, what to do.

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Colorful Bathrooms

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11 DIY Projects for Your Living Room

No-sew Valance: -- Cut a 1-x-6-inch board a few inches wider than the bank of windows and cut two 6-inch-long pieces for the returns. Screw the returns to the board. -- Cut fabric to a height of 10 inches and to the desired width (leaving allowances for hems, the returns, and at least 8 inches for each box pleat) and hem all edges using fusible webbing. -- Position the board under the fabric, 3 inches from the top hem. Staple the fabric to the board, folding in pleats every 12 to…

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