November 22, 2019
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Geometric Prints. Mid Century Modern Art Print. Pastel Print. Mid Century Print. Abstract Geometric Art. Mid Century Art. Geometric Wall Art

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This funky bathroom has multiple fun towel storage solutions. Large bath towels hang neatly on hooks designated to with the initials of each user. On the opposite side of the vanity, a unique geometric shelving unit provides several compartments for toiletries. Rolled-up washcloths and hand towels make great use of the space and are just an arm's reach away from the sink.

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Figures from the 2012 Housing and Land Survey conducted by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications indicate that Japan had 53,890,900 housing units at the time. Of these, 46,862,900 (86.9%) were occupied and 7,027,900 (13.0%) unoccupied. Of the occupied units, 28,665,900 (61.2%) were owned by the resident household. The average number of rooms per unit of housing was 4.77, the average total floor area was 94.85 square meters (28.69 tsubo; 1,021.0 sq ft) and the average number of people per room was 0.56.[1] 45,258,000 units (96.6%) were used exclusively for living and 1,605,000 units (3.4%) were used both for living and commercial purposes. Of the units used exclusively for living, 10,893,000 (24.1%) were equipped with an automatic smoke detector. As of 2003, 17,180,000 housing units (36.7%) are classified by the Japan Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communication as being located in urban areas while 27,553,000 housing units (58.8%) are located in rural areas.[2]

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And the best thing about subway tile? It's always fashionable. Like the little black dress, subway tile is the best choice if you want your bathroom to look great and retain its decor value through the years.

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Concrete has always been a prime choice for staircase construction, as concrete can easily take any shape you desire. Curved and spiral staircases can be conveniently built using concrete. Another factor which distinguishes concrete as a preferred staircase material is that prefabricated concrete treads can be easily installed to construct a staircase. Also, the strength and durability concrete offers as a staircase material are unmatched. The only disadvantage is that concrete is not as visually appealing as other staircase materials, hence marble or granite cladding is usually done on concrete staircase. Use of wooden or metal handrail and balustrade with concrete staircase is common.

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