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a person's bare feet are standing on the edge of a tile floor next to a door
a living room filled with lots of furniture next to a wall covered in wood beams
a white bath tub sitting next to a window
Tour this Luxurious Vancouver, British Columbia Home
a bathroom with a large white bathtub next to a wooden vanity and mirror above it
Evanstone Homes on Instagram: "Sharing a sneak peak of Guiliana Rancic's very stunning lake house ensuite! 😍 Design by @lonnipaul Photo @archdigest #ensuite … | Bathroom interior, House bathroom, Bathroom interior design
a walk in shower sitting next to a white shelf filled with towels and other items
Kansas City Home Builder | Roeser Homes, LLC
Since the beginning, Roeser Homes has been driven by a simple but powerful idea: Building a home should be a fun and exciting experience for the customer. Austin's hands-on approach — from the creation of the floor plan to on-site meetings with homeowners — makes building with Roeser Homes a straightforward and worry-free experience.
a white bath tub sitting next to a wooden door
Country French Farmhouse Design Inspiration! - Hello Lovely
a man is taking a selfie in the bathroom mirror with his cell phone and toilet paper
Master Bathroom Shower Niches
From Captain's Daughter to Army Mom: Master Bathroom Shower Niches
a bathroom with two sinks, mirrors and plants in vases on the counter top
Vanity Right.png | South Lakecrest Main Bath
a white bathroom with marble flooring and walls, along with a walk in shower
Bathrooms - Anthony Wilder Architecture, Interior Design & Construction
a bathroom with marble walls and shelving in the shower
Allens Harbor Jewel | Our Gallery
Allen Harbor Jewel | McPhee Associates
a bathroom remodel with the words 31 tips i wish knew before my bathroom remodel
31 Tips I Wish I Knew Before My Bathroom Remodel - Time for Remodeling
a white bathroom with two sinks and a walk in shower next to the tub area
No Tub for the Master Bath: Good Idea or Regrettable Trend?