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Results found for "jaquzzi"

  • master bath, Needs new paint and remodleing. I would like to have a jaquzzi tub for my wife and I. The shower is in a bad spot and it's too small for both of us., Bathrooms Design

    master bath

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  • Master Bathroom with a View, We recently (finally) renovated / remodeled our master bathroom that had been sitting gutted since the day we bought our house - over 3 1/2 years ago.  We finally were able to borrow the lump sum needed to do this massive makeover.  The issue with the original bathroom - other than the fact that it was super dated (green wallpaper) and yucky, was that the main drain was cracked and water was leaking to the floor below - into the walls and down to the floor.  This is a second story bathroom and below it is the kitchen and dining room.  Sadly the previous tenant was using the bathroom even with the broken drain pipes which had caused mold in the walls which we had to get professionally cleaned!  Anyway, all that's in the past now and we have a fabulous modern (but comfortable) master bathroom that feels like an expensive hotel / spa and it even has a view of the bay and golden gate bridge!

feel free to follow our blog for the rest of our adventures in home makeover here - http://fixerwithaview.wordpress.com - we even have a blog section about how we almost got onto HGTV's curb appeal - shot the reveal and everything before our project was cancelled., Bathrooms Design

    Master Bathroom with...

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  • Bath-tastrophy to Shower-riffic, This bathroom, (not quite sure the age of the home), built in the 50's or 60's, raised a family of 8 children since 1974. The space consisted of a small window, a toilet, tub, single sink vanity and 2 closets, one accessible from inside the room and one accessible from the hall. In 2001, it was necessary to remove the cast iron tub due to excessive water damage to the subfloor. Everything inside the room came out as well, all the way down to the studs. Here is what it looks like today or as of Feb. 23, 2010. I hope to transform this space from "bath-tastrophy" to "shower-riffic"., Bathrooms Design

    Bath-tastrophy to Sho...

    50 photos, 265 Views, Flag

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