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Before & After: Designing Out the Danger in a 1950s Bathroom

(Image credit: Nadya) Eek! Nadya's bathroom not only had some structural issues, but it was also lined with asbestos. In the midst of another renovation, Nadya had to tackle the issue on a budget. READ MORE ยป
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