These folks were not using the linen closet so why not remove it and make a larger shower. The first image is of the shower opening with a narrow wall on the left and a linen closet was on the right. The second image shows you what happens when make a couple of minor change to the space.
This was a short shower with a cabinet above. We removed the cabinet, cut the drywall, and removed all the rotting materials. Added backerboard and insulation to both exterior walls. Built the shower pan and curb, moved the shower fixture up and tiled to/including the ceiling. The result was a taller, warmer, safe and beautiful shower.
Before-painted wall. After-installed tumbled travertine set diagonally with a custom made tile mural in the middle and the result is beautiful. The addition of a backsplash complimented the gorgeous granite for the countertop and hickory cabinets.
Glass tile chips, no way around it. I use the best saw blade made just for cutting glass tiles and still see little chips. With the beautiful glass colored tiles out there, I had to find a way to make them look like they were not chipped. I cut them as slowly as I can, then take a piece of pumice stone and gently blended the chipped appearance away. Results are shown here. And I have a very happy customer.
These are the after pictures our customer sent of their complete bathroom remodel. Their goal was to create a spa like atmosphere. We removed the wall between the bath and shower, tore out the existing shower and tub tile, built a shower pan and shampoo shelves. Then we tiled everything with this beautiful stone look ceramic tile. The glass enclosure was custom built to fit the dimensions.
This is our first blog. A little about us-we are a small family owned and operated company. We specialize in tile and stone work and have done a lot of bathroom remodeling lately. We get most of our business through Home Advisor therefore you can view our customers reviews here-http://www.homeadvisor.com/rated.RedFeatherLtd.45332821.html. However, if you need a free estimate please write to our email firstname.lastname@example.org. Photos of our work are here on our website under the Gallery link. Hope to hear from you soon.