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    Decorator Gwynn Griffith’s Converted San Antonio Factory, Texas

    A zinc bathtub and a tumbled-travertine floor in the guest bath; a marble platter atop an Italian base serves as a table.

    Photographed by William Waldron for Elle Decor magazine

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