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the middle of the room to a corner and enclosed with an opaque glass door to maintain openness. Next, creating what Janie and Travis call an “open wet area” that houses the shower with floor to ceiling travertine tiles and no door or enclosure on one end and a freestanding soaking tub on the other, gave
“We envisioned the whole bathtub and shower area as a wet zone, and that took us to the open shower concept. Visually it would look bigger with no doors, and the shower is deep so water does not come out,” adds Janie. A thick new wall in the tub area serves double duty by enclosing the new toilet room
accenting the travertine tiles in the shower. Adding to the bath’s natural feel is the granite vanity with rust, brown and cream tones and the dark wood cabinetry. Without adding any square footage to the space, opening up the modest sized room as much as possible while adding a separate room for the
Housetrends Magazine
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Ketron Custom Builders
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the middle of the room to a corner and enclosed with an opaque glass door to maintain openness. Next, creating what Janie and Travis call an “open wet area” that houses the shower with floor to ceiling travertine tiles and no door or enclosure on one end and a freestanding soaking tub on the other, gave
“We envisioned the whole bathtub and shower area as a wet zone, and that took us to the open shower concept. Visually it would look bigger with no doors, and the shower is deep so water does not come out,” adds Janie. A thick new wall in the tub area serves double duty by enclosing the new toilet room
accenting the travertine tiles in the shower. Adding to the bath’s natural feel is the granite vanity with rust, brown and cream tones and the dark wood cabinetry. Without adding any square footage to the space, opening up the modest sized room as much as possible while adding a separate room for the
Housetrends Magazine
4 Reviews
Ketron Custom Builders
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the middle of the room to a corner and enclosed with an opaque glass door to maintain openness. Next, creating what Janie and Travis call an “open wet area” that houses the shower with floor to ceiling travertine tiles and no door or enclosure on one end and a freestanding soaking tub on the other, gave
“We envisioned the whole bathtub and shower area as a wet zone, and that took us to the open shower concept. Visually it would look bigger with no doors, and the shower is deep so water does not come out,” adds Janie. A thick new wall in the tub area serves double duty by enclosing the new toilet room
accenting the travertine tiles in the shower. Adding to the bath’s natural feel is the granite vanity with rust, brown and cream tones and the dark wood cabinetry. Without adding any square footage to the space, opening up the modest sized room as much as possible while adding a separate room for the
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