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Old 03-05-2007, 07:53 AM   #16
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I have seen molding placed lower instead of at ceiling level. Created a real nice effect. Good luck.

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shapeshifter,
Your bathroom is layed out exactly the same as mine. I just began renovating it this morning. Check out the before photos here. Good job on your project by the way!

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Starting next project tomorrow

And what is the next project?
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To rb_in_va, my sympathies

I thought I had the world's tiniest master bath. Good luck on your project.

To redline, my guest bedroom is 90% complete. I did what majikdragon said and dropped the trim down about 3" below the ceiling. Then I painted that gap the same color as the trim. I think it looks really cool.

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To rb_in_va, my sympathies

I thought I had the world's tiniest master bath. Good luck on your project.
All houses built in the 60s had tiny master baths! Remember folks that were building houses then grew up in the depression or at least heard the horror stories. A second bath in itself was a luxury.
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Yeah but my house was built in the mid-80s and for an elderly couple, one of whom was in a wheel-chair. Go figger!

We really can't do too much in the way of an addition, we have one of the nice homes in the neighborhood as it is.
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Did you consider a shower door in there? kind of a tight space, but a nice sliding door would proably work. SOmetimes the curtain is the best choice. I love the rounded shower curtain rods that project the curtain away from teh tub a little.

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