Living Smaller in a Bungalow

On one of her daily race-walks, Virginia DuBrucq noticed a brick bungalow with an inviting courtyard.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionHomeowner Virginia DuBrucq creates designs as she racewalks. This is the master bath in the new addition of her home. (SHNS photo by Ellen Jaskol / The Rocky Mountain News)
Twin bowl sinks in black and gray sit on a counter of fir slats in the master bath. Fir panels also cover the ceiling of the room, where high windows draw natural light inside while allowing privacy.

"I loved renovating it," DuBrucq says of her home. "Your house is your outer skin, so you really need to claim it."

(Jay Dedrick of the Rocky Mountain News, www.rockymountainnews.com)

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