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Tiny closet becomes master bath.

Tiny closet becomes master bath Converting a small, windowless closet into a well-lit master bath was the aim of Susan and Roy Diederichsen of Palo Alto, California. To give a feeling of roominess to the 6- by 8-foot space, they put mirrors on two walls and carved a nook for a bench.

Most of the bathroom's ceiling was opened to a tapering light shaft rises to a 2- by 4-foot skylight. Fluorescent lights masked by the perimeter soffit illuminate the shaft at night.
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Date:Aug 1, 1985
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