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When the built-in fiberglass tub, (original to the house) broke, we decided to replace it with a freestanding soaker tub. But that meant replacing the wall of the shower that butted up to the tub. So we replaced the shower walls with frameless glass. We replaced the old shower tile with a wavy, cottage subway tile in a biscuit color. And used a fun patterned tile in the soap niche and on the floor. But the room didn’t feel quite finished. The marble counters were a splurge but they made the whole room sing. The most commonly used marble has a gray veining, but we used Imperial Danby marble with both brown and gray veining. It was a perfect marriage with the existing floor and we love the way it brought the room together. We gave the whole room a fresh coat of white paint for a crisp clean feel, added a chandelier and sconces to flank the vanity mirrors. Our home backs up to a horse pasture so we replaced the old glass block with a clear glass pane. Now, the best way to take in the view after a long day is from a hot bath filled with bubbles!

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