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Would you explain how you installed the linear drain?
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Nancy in Mich

Wow, what a nice design for turning two bathrooms into one! It is beautiful and totally usable for everyone. Great job.

My house only has one full bathroom, and the half bath is not nearby. My bathroom was 103" long. It was 61" wide at the entrance, then had the tub enclosure of 32" x 61" running long-wise next to the 61" x 103" rectangle of the room floor.

Here is my stab at wheelchair accessibility done with a prefab, solid surface shower, a room floor drain for insurance, a Toto bidet toilet, a vanity I designed myself, and a new small closet in the wall before you get to the shower. It has Restoration Hardware lighted med cabs with plugs inside, an automatic exhaust fan, either LED or fluorescent lighting, and a radiant cove heater that shines down to heat up the objects in the room for supplemental heating. We did widen the shower area by taking less than a foot from the neighboring bedroom. I will post a couple of photos below. Be sure to click on them to enlarge them (Houzz crops them). I designed the entire space, using advice and ideas I found on Houzz and my own ideas. My regular contractor, Jim Hartman, did all of the work with the assistance of his son, Jacob. You can see all the details Here, in my reveal.

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great design!

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