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An outdoor shower is one of summer’s greatest pleasures. Providing practical building instructions for a variety of designs that range from a simple showerhead on the side of a cottage to a freestanding structure enclosed in frosted glass, Ethan Fierro shows you how to build an outdoor shower that reflects your unique personality and style. With an eye toward keeping costs down and environmentally friendly construction practices, Fierro will inspire you to create the shower of your dreams. 

Topics: Home Improvement, Construction, Design, Informative, How-To Guides, and Illustrated

Published: Storey Publishing an imprint of Workman eBooks on
ISBN: 9781612122694
List price: $15.95
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