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A space-hogging tub was removed in this studio apartment renovation and a large rainhead shower introduced by the window. White mosaics help keep the bathroom light and bright and provide a perfect contrast to the wood batten floor and ceiling. The b

A space-hogging tub was removed in this studio apartment renovation and a large rainhead shower introduced by the window. White mosaics help keep the bathroom light and bright and provide a perfect contrast to the wood batten floor and ceiling. The black utility ledge and wall mixer are modern interpretations of the apartments classic Art Deco style. The original sash windows were retained in the comprehensive upgrade.

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