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The leftmost cabinet above the <a href=“http://www.duravit.com”>Duravit</a> bathtub (equipped with <a href=”http://www.kwcamerica.com”>KWC</a> fixtures) occupies the space where a doorway once lead into the living room, creating unnecessary traffic from t

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Originally appeared in Loo & Improved
on January 4, 2010
The leftmost cabinet above the &lt;a href=“http://www.duravit.com”&gt;Duravit&lt;/a&gt; bathtub (equipped with &lt;a href=”http://www.kwcamerica.com”&gt;KWC&lt;/a&gt; fixtures) occupies the space where a doorway once lead into the living room, creating unnecessary traffic from t
The leftmost cabinet above the Duravit bathtub (equipped with KWC fixtures) occupies the space where a doorway once lead into the living room, creating unnecessary traffic from the home’s public spaces through to the master bedroom.

The new bathroom features a minimal palette of white and teak. “It’s able to hold up on boat decks so is good for a bathroom,” Klug says. It also makes the heated floor that much nicer to walk on in the morning.

Photo by Eric Roth

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