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Example of a small trendy master brown tile and porcelain tile porcelain floor bathroom design in Charlotte with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, dark wood cabinets, granite countertops and beige walls

Gathering Oaks DriveContemporary Bathroom, Charlotte

**ALL AVAILABLE INFORMATION IS TAGGED** | Project Designer: Chelsea L. Allard | Photography: Deborah Scannell

Example of a small trendy master brown tile and porcelain tile porcelain floor bathroom design in Charlotte with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, dark wood cabinets, granite countertops and beige walls —  Houzz
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jm_dinger wrote:Aug 31, 2015
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    Case Design/Remodeling

    Hi There,

    All available material information is tagged on our images. If you want to see before pictures check out our website at www.CASECharlotte.com.


    Thanks for looking!

    Case Design/Remodeling of Charlotte

pjanos wrote:Aug 6, 2015
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    Case Design/Remodeling
    Yes, all of our glass is custom made so it's notched to follow the overhang of the granite.

    For before photos and a floor plan of this bathroom check out our website: www.CASECharlotte.com.

    Case Design/Remodeling of Charlotte
ashlinbryse wrote:Mar 16, 2014
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    Case Design/Remodeling
    The inside floor space is approximately 40'" x 40", but the glass is set back a few inches to give more elbow room. There used to be a half wall between the tub and shower, but we removed it to create more space and a ledge for a foot prop, shampoo, etc.

    Thanks!

    Case Remodeling of Charlotte
    www.CASECharlotte.com

What Houzz contributors are saying:

mitchell_parker
Mitchell Parker added this to Bathroom Workbook: How Much Does a Bathroom Remodel Cost?Mar 3, 2014

Here’s another one of Little’s projects that cost around $30,000. The space is clad in porcelain tile. Frameless glass encloses the shower.Little breaks down the possible costs of a midrange project like this: “The shower faucet, materials and labor could run $2,000; frameless glass, $2,500; tilework, $4,000 to $5,000. You’re already to 10 grand just for the shower,” he says. “A jetted bathtub is $1,500 to $5,000; a toilet, $200 to $500; granite is $1,000 to $3,000. That’s why the dollar amount per square foot in a bathroom is way higher than any other part of the house, including the kitchen.”But it’s wise to spend the amount in there, Little adds. “You wouldn’t spend $300 per square foot in a bedroom. That’s just drywall, framing and carpeting. In the bathroom there are so many more durable finishes that will last 20, 30, 40 years. So it makes sense.”

What Houzzers are commenting on:

mdonnell88
mdonnell88 added this to mdonnell88's ideasMar 23, 2019

Tile--floor, wall, shower, accent

lorijhuff
lorijhuff added this to bathroomFeb 20, 2019

Tub surround, threshold granite

jferguson44
Anna none added this to jferguson44's ideasSep 11, 2018

bench seat in shower and soaking tub. dimensions?

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