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Has anyone used an Onyx shower stall?

Posted by elisabeth_pinelake (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 9, 14 at 12:11

I want a shower with a very low profile curb in my bathroom, and I don't want grout. Onyx Collection has the closest to what I want in a large variety of colors and sizes. I would like to hear if anyone has experience with their products. They also have a small tile-look ramp that supposedly makes this a curbless shower (which is what I really wanted, and I could still have someone build a tiled shower I suppose).

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RE: Has anyone used an Onyx shower stall?

I used an Onyx shower base in our last house. It was dang heavy, but it went in well, worked fine, and was easy to keep clean.

RE: Has anyone used an Onyx shower stall?

Onyx is the only way to go if you want a minimal step or curb, easy maintenance, and easy installation. Proudly made in the good ole U S of A! Check out the product and installation tips at

Here is a link that might be useful: DIY SHOWERS

RE: Has anyone used an Onyx shower stall?

I'm so sick of bathroomdesignboy and his spamming for his business. I wish somehow he could be banned from this site.

Anyway, I am nearing the point that I will be ordering our onyx shower base. That is one of the only few options we had since it is a custom size and I too hate tile and grout on a shower floor. We should be ordering it in about 2 weeks and the lead time we were told is 3 weeks so maybe I will have an answer for you in about 6 weeks.

RE: Has anyone used an Onyx shower stall?

@dmsohio Here is a link on how you install the base after you get it. Also some tips on how to install the shower drain.

Here is a link that might be useful: Onyx shower base installation

RE: Has anyone used an Onyx shower stall?

Thank you!

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