If You Lived Here

Check Out the Bathrooms in This Bumped Out Bungalow

Christine and John love the bold coloring and luxurious details of this incredible 6-bedroom, 5000 square foot Del Ray home. But the real treat in this recently renovated bungalow are its 5 bathrooms, each more ornate than the next: one with gorgeous blue tiling that hugs the shape of the roof, one with his and her vanities, and one with the biggest tub soaking John has ever seen.

Check Out the Bathrooms in This Bumped Out Bungalow

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