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The old bathroom was pink and grey. It is so out dated and is so not my style. I removed the wall and vanity, replaced the most walls with dry wall and tile over the shower area, and replaced new double sink vanity and new marble floor, and regaled the tub, new paint with modem color.
It took me about 3 months to complete, because I have a full time day job and only can work on the weekends. The total cost was $4100. Well worth it. The new bathroom looks amazing.
This is my 1st time doing such big remodeling project. It is very challenge to me. I have to research and learn almost every step.
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Created: Feb 19, 2014 | Flag
Total Ratings: 4
This nearly 8 x10 traditional bathroom was transformed into a Spa-Bath featuring heated flooring, motion detector to activate the kick light when entering, an myriad of lighting (LED) options from above, privacy for the commode with built-in paper holders, This features a 36" spa tub, with multiple shower heads and tall diamond glass doors. The granite countertop encases two sunken sinks and provides a coffee bar area as well.
Bathroom vessel sink on self made cabinet and counter.
This was installed on a slanted wall in front of a
stairwell that leads to the basement.