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21 Looking west from the guest bedroom, past its closte, into the hall.
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28 Standing in the basement shower, just Durocked.
27 Basement utility room looking west, hole in wall for heater vent
88 Heater for hydronic tubing in the floors; looks like they're starting to hook it up.
90 Master bath shower, durocked, with alcove for soap and such; probably have a couple 1/4-circle soap-dish things mounted in the tile, too.
37 Master bath shower pan gets the rubber-room treatment. This curb will be topped with glass block walls.
38 The dropped part of the curb is where the shower door will go.
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90 The top-of-the-stairs bathroom tub, recently durocked. We're trying to decide where to put the accent tiles.
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83 Beach glass tiles in clear, and two iridescent "moonstone" accents -- blue and green.
95 The beach glass tile is 1/2 inch thick, twice the thickness of normal tile. We'll just have to accept it protruding from the wall a bit.
31 We were surprised to see the richness of the iridescent color amplified by the darker background, so we should have these set with gray mortar rather than the recommended white.
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27 The color of the iridescent "moon stone" tiles changes dramatically depending on the incident angle of the light.
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43 The first exterior light goes up, a galvanized retro/industrial thing.
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Chris Shenton