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Old 02-28-2008, 10:07 AM   #21
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great job!!
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Old 03-01-2008, 11:29 PM   #22
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Very nice!
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A W you are a good craftsman
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Nice work. It look like the shower door frame is taller than the tile. Then it looks like you went out of your way to keep it out of the other pics....Am I hallucinating?
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Nice work. It look like the shower door frame is taller than the tile. Then it looks like you went out of your way to keep it out of the other pics....Am I hallucinating?


I didnt go out of my way to keep the shower door out of the pictures.....it was just hard to get a good angle to take a picture in such as small bathroom. Thats the downside to doing bathrooms.


I actually dont like the shower door frame being higher, but the homeowner didnt want to go higher with the tile, because it would wrap into window (which we normally do) ....and of coarse the shower header must maintain a certain minimum height requirement per code. They are happy though and thats the most important thing for us.
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They are happy though and thats the most important thing for us.
It is the most important thing. They have a good reason to be happy. Nice job.
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Such a little detail but to me this is awesome!



My bathroom radio rest on top of the toilet.
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Such a little detail but to me this is awesome!



My bathroom radio rest on top of the toilet.

Mine is as well
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nice work like the glass shower
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Nice, clean, good detail, good pics..

I also agree with those styrofoam niches, nice, fast, cannot go wrong with them and always a nice feature.

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