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house was built in the 40's so all of the walls were plaster and lathe, and the floor had a 4" thick mud/concrete base. All of the original galvanized piping was replaced down to the basement. The cast iron tub was replaced with a new custom shower with a matching granite seat, recessed shelf, and threshold
threshold. Additional plumbing was run to add a handheld next to the shower seat. The new vanity has an under-mount sink with a granite top (same as in shower) that extends over the toilet tank. This picture shows the wall tile that runs around the vanity walls, and how this tile was run to the exact same
The Floor Barn
Bathroom shower remodel project
different accent strip, brick pattern with 12x24s.
Corner seat...shower seat/tiles
E. V. JAMES CO., INC. MASTER REMODELORS-BUILDERS
3 walled shower with corner seat
corner seat in shower (in tile)
70's Shower...corner seat5
Studio41 Home Design Showroom | Naperville
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of sloped ceiling. The cast iron tub was replaced with a new custom shower with a matching granite seat, recessed shelf, and threshold. Additional plumbing was run to add a handheld next to the shower seat. The new vanity has an under-mount sink with a granite top (same as in shower) that extends over
Small 8'x5' Bathroom Was totally gutted and remodeled. This house was built in the 40's so all of the walls were plaster and lathe, and the floor had a 4" thick mud/concrete base. All of the original galvanized piping was replaced down to the basement. This full height picture shows the small corner
Stephen Mark Johnston
Small bath in Marina del Rey
and wall niche finished in slab marble. The marble bench seat extends through the glass to create a side shelf next to the toilet. To accommodate entry door and shower door swings in the narrow width space, the countertop steps back at each end, allowing for a deeper vanity centered below. Floor tiles
During the remodeling of this bathroom in a 1930’s bungalow, the existing narrow door opening required the removal of the cast iron tub by breaking it into small pieces and throwing them out the window. A frameless glass shower replaces the old tub, is lined in 1” glass mosaic tile and has a bench and
Seat/shelf extends beyond exterior of glass wall to create shelf by toilet.
tile shower and teak shower seat. Its vintage wall sconce has an art glass globe; it hangs above an Indonesian root bowl and wooden vessel sink featuring a vintage style faucet of hand rubbed brass. Other details include an African sculpture and river rock set in the countertop’s grout.
Seat and shower walls
Schrader & Companies
Creek Ridge Court - Minnetonka, MN
informal dining spaces, walk-in pantry, and the hearth and great rooms. The upper-level owners bedroom boasts an enormous alder-lined study, with window seat and dual desks. The two tween girls each have a charming bedroom, and their shared bath sports penny tile and a glass backsplash. Downstairs, more
When the owners of this two-story cottage first contacted Schrader & Companies, they planned on renovating their 1970's home. They loved the location, but the house needed work. As they talked through the design, however, it soon became apparent that it wouldn't cost much more to tear down the home and
idea with little inbuilt shelf to put shampoos etc...maybe a bit deeper though and maybe good idea with seat in the show dunno might get a bit annoying though??