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Acrylic-block windows, big tiles, and hanging cabinetry and toilets are just some of the options that can make a small bath live large. Author and interior designer Maaike Linnenkamp shares her proven strategies for transforming a small bathroom. In this particular example, she replaced the crammed tub/shower combo with a walk-in shower encased in glass. An awning-style bay window in the shower adds to the sense of spaciousness and also improves ventilation. Other special touches include a shower bench, a storage built-in, and a timeless color palette with sophisticated accents.
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Sometimes you just have to tear it all back to bare studs and joists to get it rightby Connie Di Girolamo
A poorly designed bathroom is no better than a leaky roof; an experienced bath designer tells where the worst problems occur and how to prevent themby Mary Jo Peterson
Shower designs for small spaces shouldn't mean limited water-flowby Bridget Cahill
Tips for getting the most out of limited square footageby Sean Groom
A good layout is key to a successful bath remodel. Former Fine Homebuilding editor Scott Gibson explains why in this excerpt from his book, Bathroom Ideas that Work.by Scott Gibson
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