$35,000 - 40,000
This master bath had lots of potential, but the neo angle shower was short on elbowroom and no natural light made it feel like a closet. We framed in a 40"x24" window and made plumbing and electrical changes to swap the shower and vanity locations. The floor under the new shower and vanity was so out of level, water would not drain and the freestanding vanity would end up rocking. We poured almost 1 1/4" thick of floor leveler to correct it! Two pony walls were framed to semi-enclose the shower and two custom sized niches were created. A new shower valve with rain head and wand in oil rubbed bronze was used along with a matching grab bar. A 12"x24" porcelain wall tile and mosaic was used for the shower walls and continued around the corner into the vanity space. The linear drain was tucked in against the wall and covered with a 12"x24" blue porcelain floor tile. The main bathroom floor received electric floor heat and the porcelain tile was continued into the walk-in closet. Wall sconces were added in the toilet compartment and along side the recessed medicine cabinet. A 3/8" thick clear glass panel was set on the short pony wall for splash protection and a paddle fan and light was installed above the shower.