Attleboro Kitchen and Bath
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Master bath gets a new look traditional bathroom
 

Master bath gets a new look

A once run of the mill master bath, worn out builder grade fixtures and cabinetry were replaced with sleek tile and updated fixtures. Espresso by Cabico cabinetry, Cambria quartz and Kohler Forte pieces round out the room. Lastly a frameless shower door makes the space seem larger and brighter.
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netprotex wrote:
What brand and color of tile did you used in the shower?
   Comment   October 27, 2013
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Attleboro Kitchen and Bath
Hello! Thanks for your question. The tile in this shower is all from American Olean. The backwall is the Legacy Glass Wheatfield Blend in a random linear stone and glass. The side walls are a 2x4 Legacy Glass tile in Dune. The floor is a nuetral 2x2 from the Bordeaux line. We also used that same Bordeaux in a 12x12 on the bathroom floor. The seat top, threshold and niche shelf are all Cambria Quartz in the Sutton color. I hope that helps! If you need more information you can visit our showroom at 1 Park Street in Attleboro, MA if you live in the area. Or you can visit www.americanolean.com for a distributor near you.
October 28, 2013 at 5:28am   
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Carolyn Bassin wrote:
Shower seat - Can you tell me the dimensions of the shower seat?
   Comment   November 28, 2012
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Attleboro Kitchen and Bath
Hi Carolyn,

Thanks for looking at our pictures!

In this case, the overall shower was only 47" wide so we did a fairly shallow seat, approx 11 inches including a 1/2 overhang of the Cambria seat surface. This left 36" of "standing" space for the user to move around comfortably while showering (remember, most people stand at least 12" or more away from the wall-mounted fixtures). Most tub to walk-in shower conversions have a 60" width so a deeper seat is possible. But I would not go less than 36" for "standing space" otherwise it may make your shower feel cramped or that you are doing a balancing act.

I hope that helps!

Cindy
November 29, 2012 at 7:17am   
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Carolyn Bassin
Cindy-thanks so much for your answer. I think the proportions of your shower are perfect!
November 29, 2012 at 12:25pm   
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