Out of the Tower Shower & Into Glass

annaleefFebruary 11, 2010

We remodeled our Master Bath in the fall. Here are the photos. Misplaced the original shots before demolition, but it was mid-80's mauve and gray tile with a narrow, dark 14'tower to shower in and always cold. We knocked down the tower, heated the floors and recessed the shower floor.

Now we can enjoy the view of the seasons through the glass while we shower and keep our toes toasty even in winter.

Thanks for all the advice that sped up our research!

We love: NuHeat floors, Cimmaron toilet's flushing power, Maxx Living whirlpool, Waterworks sinks

Not so wild about: California Faucets shower faucets fit and finish.

Here is a link that might be useful: No Tower Shower

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Gorgeous bath, a view to die for, and a fluffy cat - what more could anyone want? You did a wonderful job, thanks for posting.

    Bookmark   February 12, 2010 at 1:55AM
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Thanks for your comments, annkathryn. Posting is the least I can do since we benefited from so many doing so much research ahead of us. And we feel very lucky to enjoy a view.

    Bookmark   February 12, 2010 at 11:49PM
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