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  • By Madson Design

    Contributor | Mar 2013

    Awash with the colors and textures of the ocean, this master bath provides a soothing space equipped with a large (48" square) soaking tub. A transparent fabric dimmable light fixture above anchors the space. Porcelain floor tiles, evoking a sandy ocean floor, clad the tub surround and shower seat. 'Barely blue' Glasshues glass tiles cover the three walls of the shower/tub area. Wall niche tiles capture the varied hues of ocean froth and waves.

  • Apr 2013

    Cindy Walters

    This is perfect for the blue bedroom!

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