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Bathrooms Remodels Add Value

Bathrooms Remodels Add Value
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Bathroom remodels add value to your home.  Here is an example of a bathroom that has been fully remodeled to have all the features one could want.  The large shower has its own ceiling in the tall room so that showering can be warm in the winter.  The freestanding soaking tub fits in a corner with a large view window.  The sinks are separated by ample counter top space.  The textured limestone backsplash gives a natural contemporary look.  A bench runs through the shower to serve the inside when showeringa and the outside when tubbing.   Soap shelving is located on the interior side of the tall dark column, out of site.