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Interior window for master bath.

A bath with a view? Maybe not, but this tub in Carefree, Arizona, feels airy and spacious-thanks to the interior window that opens it to the adjacent master bedroom. Since the master suite is separate from the rest of the house, this opening is generally welcome. But when the owners do desire a little more privacy, a pair of bifold shutters closes to make the bath space more intimate. Tile surrounding the tub and shower continues up to form both a backsplash along the wall and the window sill. Architects were Roberts/Jones Associates, Phoenix.
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Date:Aug 1, 1989
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