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“Having designed the spa at Lucknam Park hotel and numerous private residences, I always start a bathroom by asking what the owners’ aspirations and needs are. Do they prefer showers to baths? Is lots of storage essential? Don’t forget to take the architecture of your home into consideration, too. While your vision is key,

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