Drop-in bathtub - transitional gray tile drop-in bathtub idea in San Francisco with an undermount sink, shaker cabinets and dark wood cabinets

Bay Area Remodel

Transitional Bathroom, San Francisco

John Klycinski
Drop-in bathtub - transitional gray tile drop-in bathtub idea in San Francisco with an undermount sink, shaker cabinets and dark wood cabinets - Houzz

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belston wrote:September 7, 2013
  • Karen Banick
    4 years ago

    my tub and shower combo will look just like this, but the tub (Kohler underscore) is 21" high. Would this be too high to have extend into the shower for a usable bench?

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    Le Reve Design & Assoc.
    4 years ago

    As long as the tub will be installed above the decking surface, it should not be an issue. A standard bench is 18" high, in the image shown, the tub deck is 23 1/2" high to accommodate the bath installed. To reduce the overall height of the bench, assuming you are on a raised foundation, you can sink the bath into the sub-floor to create the perfect bench height. The Bay Area Remodel Bath was on a second floor....so a higher deck was the only option. Good luck with your bath planning!

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