Washington DC Full House Remodel industrial-bathroom
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Washington DC Full House Remodel Industrial Bathroom, DC Metro

Greg Hadley
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http://fourbrotherscarpentry.com
Bathroom - large industrial concrete floor and black floor bathroom idea in DC Metro with white walls — Houzz

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asigaty wrote:
Love the floor.....what is it???
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haigo46
The shower curtain rod . Where to buy and what size is it.
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Four Brothers LLC
Hi. We bought it from Amazon.com - I'm not sure what size it is. If you search the site for "u shaped shower rod" quite a few options come up.
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ellie516 wrote:
HI, I love this idea for our basement new bathroom! - Could you tell me the dimensions of the base?
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emilyeldridge
I love this! am thinking of doing this in my attic. can you tell me how deep the the pan is and how deep the curb to the pan is? Ie, how much of a step is it into the pan?
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Hi Emily. The curb is approximately five inches high, and the pan is set down from the curb approximately two inches. Hope that helps!
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jaja6 wrote:
What material is used for the walls. Must be waterproof? Thanks
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Hi. The wall is a simple white subway tile.
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jaja6
Thanks! I really like this shower.
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lori_1030 wrote:
where is the toilet in this basement open concept bathroom?
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Hi. The toilet is in the small room next to the sink. You can see a towel bar which is hanging on the side of the room.
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hassi shazar
hi sir so lovely design and am carpanter plz contect me
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Nicole Dunn wrote:
Excited - oMG. I'm so excited about this bathroom! Not something I would've previously considered until I saw it! Just gutted our basement due to sewage back up from our failed city of Burlington On. So starting over.. TY, and I don't think it'll break the bank.
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Glad you like it!
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maggieslee wrote:
Shower rod - Where did u get the shower rod? I need something like that for my shower.
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Hi. You can search Amazon for "curved shower rod", and you are likely to find one there. You may have to go through several pages of results.
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Clara Christenson wrote:
Sink - Please tell me the size and brand of sink?
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Hi. The sink is a Toto Supreme.
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lawsonm1 wrote:
How did you build the shower base?
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Hi. The shower base was built like a typical shower base. We then used solid surface material for the top of the curb, and tile for the sides and pan.
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Tawny H wrote:
How much did this cost to build?
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lauraoliver wrote:
How does the split shower curtain not leak? - Given this is a double split shower curtin with a split in the middle how does it keep the water in? I would think water would escape through the split. How does the split shower curtain not leak?
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Anne Wilson wrote:
Can this shower be made ADA compliant? Also, can a window be waterproo
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Nicole Jacobs added this to Ideas for Partially Finishing Your Basement
3. Leave it open. Another way to save some money in your basement bathroom is to skip the walls altogether. Here, a section of the basement is used for the bathroom, which is open concept. The shower is made out of a tiled curb with a curtain bar, giving it a modern look when privacy is not a concern. The toilet, not seen in this photo, is in a separate, walled-off enclosure behind the wall with the towel bar.

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3. Leave it open. Another way to save some money in your basement bathroom is to skip the walls altogether. Here, a section of the basement is used for the bathroom, which is open concept. The shower is made out of a tiled curb with a curtain bar, giving it a modern look when privacy is not a concern. The toilet, not seen in this photo, is in a separate, walled-off enclosure behind the wall with the towel bar.

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