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Our Home Depot bathroom

Posted by kvil (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 1, 05 at 21:09

We just finished remodeling our kids/guest bathroom. We installed Swanstone shower panels with a frameless shower door. The tile, wainscotting, counter, sinks & even the rug are all from Home Depot. The only thing that isn't are the Swanstone panels. They started out from Home Depot but every shipment that came in was damaged so we went to our local plumbing supply store. The only thing left is to paint the moulding & trim on the wainscotting.

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RE: Our Home Depot bathroom

Very nice! I love the wainscotting!


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Great difference! Are you liking the Swanstone panels so far?


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Thank you,
So far we love them. We haven't had any issues with them at all. They always look clean.


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Looks very nice. Are the Swanstone panels more or less expensive than tile ? Do they come in standard sizes, or can you custom fit? I saw them in the store, but the person working didn't know much about them. They seem like a corian look. I like it.


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Ibelle, Thank you, I don't know if the panels are more expensive than tile or not, I think it would depend on the type of tile. Our panels were about $850. They come in standard sizes, which are listed on their website.

Here is a link that might be useful: Swanstone


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