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  • Jen Migonis (Migonis Home blog)

    Wall color and glass shower

  • Jane Obregon

    This is what I want done to our Shower/tub, wall cut half and glass shower Wall shower tiles needed to be taken right to the window edge. The bath also needed an extra shelf above bath taps or a slightly wider window sill for bathing essentials, eg. candles, & the other items in the corner of the bath near taps. Glass is too dangerous where it is.

  • Kaycie Macias

    bathroom ideas

  • Heather Hall

    Half wall glass shower

  • Kayla Black

    Master bathroom - Wall shower tiles needed to be taken right to the window edge. The bath also needed an extra shelf above bath taps or a slightly wider window sill for bathing essentials, eg. candles, & the other items in the corner of the bath near taps. Glass is too dangerous where it is.

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