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It's Friday...And It's Fabulous Details!

The research for our last two posts,( click on the post if you missed either of them... Powder Room Love and More Bath Love..Wallpaper), has lead to lots of fabulous details for the bath. We all know the difference is in the details. Enjoy!!! Beautiful Tubs... Fabulous showers... Gorgeous Mirrors......
  • Linda Troutman

    Interior Design photo by Rinfret, Ltd. Album - Projects by Cindy Rinfret...like the tree mural

  • AMG Design Studio

    Bathtub nook idea for master bath

  • Candice Brown

    My dream bathtub haha.

  • Shyanne Kris

    Master #bathroom interior design #modern bathroom design #bathroom design ideas #bathroom interior #bathroom decorating| http://bathroomdecoratingmarisa.blogspot.com

  • Amina Effertz

    Bubble Bath #bathroom designs #bathroom design ideas #bathroom interior #bathroom design| http://bathroom-designs-130.blogspot.com

  • Angela K

    master bath tub area

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