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Elegant beige tile and subway tile alcove bathtub photo in Milwaukee with an undermount sink —  Houzz
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This photo has 19 questions
dsmprice wrote:Feb 7, 2013
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    Wade Design & Construction Inc
    That question is VERY individual, based on existing conditions and construction, as well as the selections made and what is required for the new plan. A realistic range in our market would be $25k-35k. That is not to say you could not redo a bathroom for 12k-18k, but it would look much different. Ask yourself the right questions, and do lots of research to find out if the look you want can be achieved with less expensive materials and/or less labor/time. Good Luck with your project!
  • Laura Devine
    That's very helpful. Thank you.
Megan Schneider wrote:Jun 23, 2013
  • bcon268
    Also, where is the door located?
  • PRO
    Wade Design & Construction Inc
    I always allow a minimum of 32" wide for the toilet. In this case, we recovered some space from a closet to recess the toilet a bit deeper into its alcove. The total depth of the space the toilet is sitting in is about 31", increased from about 14". Before the toilet really stuck out into the room. The floor space has a much better feel with the toilet recessed more fully into its own space.
    In the picture above, the camera is situated in the door, actually in the hallway outside the door. We had to remove the door from the hinges to take an effective picture, otherwise we would have seen the door in the left side of the photo.
    In the 3 following pictures, you can see the "before" condition, an image of the tearout that gives a sense for how much space was recovered, and another view of the "after" result. I am not sure which order they will come up in, but I think it will be obvious. Thanks for your question!
patti15 wrote:Nov 17, 2013
  • kweidow
    What is room's ceiling height? I like how the tub's ceiling is lower.
  • PRO
    Wade Design & Construction Inc
    It is 8' high. We left the original arched tub area ceiling intact and original. It looks a bit flat in the picture due to lens parallax and resulting photo work.
maggiebrown75 wrote:Jul 21, 2013
  • vkirchner
    I would love to have a name and number please
  • PRO
    Wade Design & Construction Inc
    The tile came from 21st Century Tile in Butler, WI. (262) 790-8453
Second Chance Properties wrote:Apr 24, 2013
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    Second Chance Properties
    You know what, I realized that after I asked the question. I think I was thrown off by no door handle. I kinda feel silly now. :) Thanks for your response! It's a beautiful bathroom!
  • PRO
    Wade Design & Construction Inc
    There are no silly questions!
Dannette Redmond wrote:Feb 8, 2013
  • Tim
    Is that a white grout on the darker brown tile and and a light brown grout on the earth tones?
  • PRO
    Wade Design & Construction Inc
    It is the same grout in both tiles, off-white, I think the color was "Sauterne" from Laticrete. The relative difference in the tile color effects our perception of the grout color.
miraclegirl wrote:Apr 5, 2014
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    Wade Design & Construction Inc
    You question is addressed at this link with a different photo of the same bath. The panel is hinged at the wall just like a shower door. The picture of the other end of the tub where the tub spout and valves are is worth a thousand words! Thanks for your question, I really appreciate your interest.

    Shower-Old-world Bathroom · More Info
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    Wade Design & Construction Inc
    The hinged panel opens in or out, allowing access for cleaning, turning on the water, or getting in the tub. It is heavy glass, and covers half of the width of the tub.
sjih wrote:Jan 8, 2014
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    Wade Design & Construction Inc
    The cabinets are natural cherry, clear finish with no stain. I think the granite was New Venetian Gold. Thanks for the comment!
  • sjih
    Thank you for the prompt response! Beautiful colors!
Amy S wrote:May 22, 2016
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    Wade Design & Construction Inc

    That is a 3x6 beveled subway tile with Antique White grout. The tile was a bone color, not sure of exactly what it was called.

Natalie wrote:Feb 17, 2015
  • PRO
    Wade Design & Construction Inc

    That tile is an off white, I am not sure it is specifically a "bone", but it is definitely not a pure white.

Kellye Gaither wrote:Jul 18, 2014
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    Wade Design & Construction Inc
    That tile is a mosaic, called "penny rounds", they are simply little circles on a 12x12 mesh. They feel really good on bare feet!
karenwalden wrote:Jul 8, 2014
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    Wade Design & Construction Inc
    This light fixture was purchased by the owner at City Lights Design Showroom in Brookfield, WI. They would be happy to help you find this fixture.
jamkne wrote:Feb 14, 2014
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    Wade Design & Construction Inc
    The dark blue on the walls is a great counterpart to the earth tones in this bath, SW 6237 "Dark Night", egg shell finish. "Downy" SW7002 high gloss is on the trim, door, and the window.
Cynthia Saario wrote:Jan 29, 2014
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    Wade Design & Construction Inc
    This particular tub is a cast iron Kohler tub that requires an undermount installation. We built a knee wall in front of it and class it with concrete board. The top was floated in level with mortar a couple inches thick and the granite was set on that surface. The tile was then set on the concrete board. Lately I have been using less expensive fiber glass or acrylic tubs with integral aprons and making them look more built in by gluing and screwing wood furring strips to the apron, applying concrete board and tile for a cooler finish than a fiber glass apron. I like the look and it can be done without special fixtures and materials.
maggiebrown75 wrote:Jul 21, 2013
maggiebrown75 wrote:Jul 21, 2013
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    Wade Design & Construction Inc
    We used a grout color that was a bit off and away from the tile, which was also slightly off white. I think it was Antique White, probably Laticrete.
Donna Carcich wrote:Jun 12, 2013
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    Wade Design & Construction Inc
    All the granite was cut from the same slab. I promise it is all the same color. The wall tiles form a tone, and the floor tiles form another. Unless you subscribe to Modernism as your style, different elements can be harmonious, coming together to create something new, eclectic, lovable, calming, comfortable, and beautiful. And still, someone out there will not like it. There are countless solutions to any design problem, and this one pleased this owner. Everything used reflected the vintage style of the home it is a part of while reflecting the whimsical, fun, and thoughtful nature of the person it was designed for.

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