If you couldn't get enough of our Clip File, here are even more baths to inspire your own design

There were so many great bath ideas for the Kitchen + Bath Clip File (starting on page 46 in the July/August issue) that we couldn't squeeze them all into the issue! But we still wanted you to have them, so here are even more tips on creating a bathroom you'll love:

"I love a bathroom with a good subway tile. They are timeless and chic and you can incorporate them into almost any decor. Growing up, all of our bathrooms had them, so they just feel like home."
- Desirée Witt, Pious Bird of Good Omen

I am a huge fan of the Robern medicine cabinet that has the TV screen built in to the medicine cabinet door. Also, the TV can be concealed behind a full size mirror, to accommodate a larger viewing screen.
– Catherine Cleare, Catherine Cleare Interiors

We test and use towel samples for months before committing to stocking them and our new favorite? The Bello towel from Sferra. Not too thick, not too thin, just perfect!
– Lynne Jenkins, Lynnens

"We simply adore the imported, plush, custom towels from Leta Austin Foster in Palm Beach with the most amazing and beautiful embroidered monograms or motifs in the most breathtaking colors! They are simply luxurious, nothing can compare!"
– Petra & Whitney Roberts, Boxwood Interiors

We love having an audio system integrated into the bathroom. It can help pump you up in the morning, relax you in the tub after a hard day or make bath time something the kids look forward to doing.
– Tricia Izzo & Carolyn Kron, Shelter Interiors

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