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Masterbath wetroom

By: Jeff&Sarah

Created: Mar 23, 2012

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These pictures do not show the completed tile around the tub, and unfortunately I do not have any good before pictures. What we had was a tiny 3/4 bath with a cramped shower. What we wanted was a tub large enough for two, a shower large enough for 2, his/her vanities, separate make up area for her, and great lighting. The room had to be narrow, but was able to be made much longer by removing the previous his/her closest with a make up area. With her wanting a 2 person tub, and me insisting on a shower that was at least 6'x4' combining them into a single area was only real choice without loosing something else in the room. Shower is so large almost feels like you are outdoors at time. Shower has dual shower panels that feature 8 jets each, hand held shower head, and large overhead rain shower heads. Have his/her heated towel racks just outside the shower. The lighting includes 6 cans lights on a dimmer, 2 pendant lights over tub on a dimmer, matching vanity lights, and the light built into the exhaust/heat unit. In total saved close to $15,000 by doing it all ourselves versus the lowest bid we had.

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