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Master bath remodel - What would you do?

Posted by kathymichigan (My Page) on
Mon, Jan 8, 07 at 15:36

Problem:
Master bath cramped
No place to blow dry hair and apply makeup
Plans:
Glass block window will be removed and turned into French doors opening bath up to the connecting exercise/sunroom
All new flooring same for both rooms for unity
Need granite countertop and sinks (I don't want typical base cabinets though)
Keep Grohe faucets (they are perfect and cost big $$$)
Keep Green Ceramic on the tub (too costly to remove it)
Keep white ceramic on shower (I really like it)

I don't have any ideas what to choose. I like the early/retro/farmhouse style, with a contemporary flair.
Anyone have ideas?

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RE: Master bath remodel - What would you do?

Post this over in the main forum, lot more action over there. Lots of luck!!


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RE: Master bath remodel - What would you do?

I really appreciate your work.The post is really good and so much informative. Thanks for sharing.Keep posting.:)

Here is a link that might be useful: contemporary remodeler


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