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  Master Bath: progress check (with photos)
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Here's a sneak peek at the Master bathroom. This is the new wall color and the window treatment. I washed and repurposed the window shade. My husband put a crackle film over the glass so that the light can come in without compromising privacy. I also brought in a curtain rod and valance that coordinates with the curtains in the Master Bedroom. You can't see the brass frame shower enclosure with this photo- but I think the gold color of the valance makes the brass color look more intentional.

Posts: 6101 | Registered: Jul 20, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Here's the wall that had the three candle sconces. I found these three prints at Lowes for only $9 each! What do you think of the art for staging the room?

Also- how should I space them when I hang them. They are just sitting on the tub deck right now- How far apart should they be? Also- eye level when standing?

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Very pretty - bright and crisp and clean!

Love the colors in the prints with the wall color too.

Do you have a wide shot of the bath????
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I can come up with one- but right now we are still regrouting and recaulking the bath area, so the area is littered with equipment and supplies.

I think a wider shot would give a better idea of where to hang the prints, so I'll see if I can come up with one later.
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