Secluded Bed and Bath
With the help of their architect, the homewoners reconfigured the back end of their home to create a charming New England bed and bath.
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Renovating an 1870s Victorian home with several small rooms and tight hallways proved to be a big challenge for Lisa Patterson and her husband. They wanted a secluded master bedroom suite near the children, but separate enough to give them some privacy. With the help of their architect, they reconfigured the back end of their home to create a charming New England bed and bath.
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