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suancol

New bathroom plans, being in my 60's with many friends who have broken hips I want an all in one room with lots of space and reinforced walls for assistance bars for rising my body up if i in a hip replacement rehab condition

   
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Josephine Ferris

hi Patricia I did a bathroom very similar to yours and it looked amazing once complete we used the existing


old toilet space as a double shower where your shower is make that vanity double if you can fit tuck the bath tub up beside the vanity and at the end of the bath tub add your toilet, close the door to existing toilet and make it a wall and access the double shower via opening from the side with glass shower screen door we tiled floor to ceiling looked awesome and spacious when done like that, and still keeps your bath for resale purposes or when you would like a soak





























































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































   
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Margaret Barkley
This article forgot about heating and exhaust! Both are essential to use and maintenance also comfort. How did the author forge them?
   

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