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Glass and Carrara Marble shower with linear drain and recycle glass pebble floor contemporary

Glass and Carrara Marble shower with linear drain and recycle glass pebble floor

Luxury cottage bath incorporates traditional Carrara marble and contemporary 4x12 white glass tile. Chrome Grohe fixtures compliment the design. The custom shower enclosure includes a fixed screen recessed into the wall and curb, thus no visible hardware and a self-centering swing door. Custom cabinetry reflects the calm spirit of this transitional bath.

Photo Credits: Take 1 Video Creations LLC and Michelle Turner (both on Maui)

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April 10, 2014
Linda Lacher wrote:
Any special window used to keep this water proof - Love the Window, need to be waterproof?
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Aloha and thank you for asking,
Yes, we always waterproof our window installations, especially in a shower. This window is vinyl which seems to have less maintenance. The hardware is stainless steel.
Here are a couple of in-progress photos:
    Bookmark   April 14, 2014 at 8:09PM
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