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  • Ephraim Krajcik

    OMG!!! For someone madly in love with natural fibers/textures and wood, this is a DREAM COME TRUE!!! There aren't enough ?'s to express how much I love #bathroom #bathroom idea #bathroom design #bathroom decor|

  • Erin Tipton

    Exotic Natural Stone Bathtubs Design For Your Bathroom: Outstanding Natural Stone Bathtubs Combines With Modern Faucet Design And Marble Bathroom Floor Ideas ~ Bathroom Designs Inspiration

  • Danielle Couch

    bath - Mario Dasso's fallen calden tree bathtub in hotel Mio Buenos Aires in the Argentine capital opened by César Catena, owner of the Alfredo Catena winery that provided many organic touches like this wonderful carved tub. Hope I can find one when I get a house.

  • Marijke Beukes

    Carved wood bath tub

  • Tricia Morgan-Shockley

    A bathtub made from a tree. What beautiful craftsmanship. I love it. Bath tub in Mio Buenos Aires, Argentina hotel

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