J.D. Peterson

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This small San Francisco bathroom had no direct access to natural light―and since it’s on the top floor of a pitched-roof house, one side of the room has a low, slanted ceiling. Getting natural light into the room required going up through the attic to create a skylight. The entry wall now soars 12 feet, with sunshine pouring in throughout the day. The low-ceiling side of the room, shown here, is home to a limestone-fronted soaking tub, which provides a cozy spot for relaxation.


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