Bath Room The bathtub faces a Spanish-cedar-framed window overlooking the back deck. Once the outside plants have grown up enough to provide privacy, the adhesive film on the window will be removed.  Photo 4 of 13 in A 1930s Tudor Home Brightens Up in Toronto
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The kitchen features cabinets from Bulthaup’s B3 line and a hearth made of ironspot brick. Evans and his wife, Susan Wilson, bought the wall clock at Habitat in London.  Photo 6 of 13 in A 1930s Tudor Home Brightens Up in Toronto
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Bath Room, Enclosed Shower, and Marble Wall The standing shower is set off by etched-glass panels supported by stainless-steel hardware. There is no threshold; instead, the tile within the shower zone slopes down very slightly to a floor trough with a custom stainless-steel grille. Along the wall, a Corian shelf—“the longest soap dish in the world,” resident Don Evans jokes—runs the length of the space.  Photo 5 of 13 in A 1930s Tudor Home Brightens Up in Toronto
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