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Small Masterbath Finished

Posted by baxter01 (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 24, 10 at 16:55

. We did all the work ourselves and are very happy with how it turned out. Thanks to everyone here for the ideas and advice.

Quick run down of materials:

America Olean Avenue One in Blackout Tile in 18 x 18 for floor and 12 x 24 for shower

Fairmont Vanities and Linen Cabinet in Shaker Cherry

Absolute Black Granite Counter-tops with white porcelain under-mount sink from HD

Grohne 8" Rain shower head and hand-held

Toto Drake toilet with COCO 6035R Bidet

Toto Diverter Valve with Cover

Mirrors from Restoration Hardware

Lights from Lowes stock items

Spectralock Midnight Black grout

I think that is about it. Enjoy!

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RE: Small Masterbath Finished

Oh my Gosh I love you bathroom! I have so many questions about your shower I don't know where to start. How much room did you need for a shower like that? How do you handle the over-spray? I am disabled with mobility issues and we have a tub/shower combo that is a nightmare for me to climb in and out of. I would love to rip it out and install something like yours but I have not been able to find allot of info on them. Any details you could share would be great. You should feel SO PROUD, ENJOY!


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RE: Small Masterbath Finished

Wow! It looks great....what a job that must have been for you...you should be very proud of your accomplishment...I especially love the niche in the shower for your products. Looks stunning!


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RE: Small Masterbath Finished

It's gorgeous! How do you like the shower floor? I love the look, and wonder how it feels on your feet?


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