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Old 01-08-2015, 01:24 PM   #61
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That looks like either a great execution of precision. Sometimes you don't have that luxury, and do have some odd exposed PVC-.

Its hard to say what the owner wanted, or was willing to pay. Sometimes an owner only wants to pay minimal amounts.
Its a nice bath tub, but the hardware appears to be on the lower end.

Cheap hardware always drags down elegant lines.
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My first look just gave me the thought that you just mangled the pipes to fit....but can now see that you didn't plan well with valves (so my mistake)

Doesn't take that much more time to make it look nice Attachment 127354
This set-up kept me on my toes, definitely didn't want bent supply lines,
looks terrible.
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This thread is hilarious, and the main reason I only pop on this forum once a month or so. I feel like I'm watching the real housewives except you guys are wayyy uglier.

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I'm not a big fan of under cabinets lighting, but have to say this one looks nice. Although I would change lamps from yellow light to white...

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