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Ways to Use Wood in the Bathroom
Check out how these bathroom designs get crafty with wood.
Cubic bookshelves do double duty as a dividing wall and as a sliding door opening up to a hidden bath.
"When this building was constructed the toilets would have been outside.
The traditional Japanese bathroom is located just off the central passageway between the two parts of the house.
The ultimate luxury: a hot bath in the clawfoot tub, with the fiberglass door open wide to the woods.
Like many traditional Japanese bathrooms, Wilkin and Pini’s is clad almost entirely in wood.
A skylight illuminates the neutral master bathroom, letting bathers contemplate the clouds.
Sævik designed the wood tub in the bathroom, which features an adjacent sauna.
In the master bathroom upstairs, the Tokyo roll-top bathtub from victoriaplumb benefits from an epic view.
A salvaged 19th-century soaking tub wrapped in stainless steel is topped by Hudson Reed faucets.
The Duravit tub in the master bathroom is another favorite spot for keeping warm; it offers a slender view out toward...
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