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Barrier free showers don’t have a curb to step over when you’re getting in and out of the shower. This prevents slips and falls that often happen trying to navigate in and out of the shower on wet tiles. Barrier free is an added convenience but is also necessary for people who are in a wheelchair or have physical limitations. Shower doors come in all shapes and sizes, but this is a custom door. The glass is cut thick and requires larger hinges to help support the weight. The glass becomes the actual structure of the shower and allows for little to no framing on the shower at all.
This 21 year old home had a bathroom that was in serious need of some TLC. The homeowners called on us to transform the space, and make it not only practical but also beautiful. In place of the tub and shower we created a double vanity with granite countertops and cherry cabinetry in a nutmeg finish. In between the sinks was not only space for additional storage, we also created the perfect vanity area for applying makeup.
Our clients were more than ready to remodel their outdated bathroom. They wanted a stylish and practical master bathroom that had a luxurious feel. A barrier free shower showcases the beauty of the tile work in the oversized shower without the distraction of framing. The separate vanities also allow for increased functionality and space.
What a transformation! This bathroom went from gaudy gold, to modern and relaxing. Sticking with the original layout of the bathroom we gave it a major facelift and made it a relaxing place to come and unwind after a long day. The large square tiles used on the floor had a decorative trim, replacing the outdated wallpaper that used to border the walls of the bathroom. The new detachable shower head perfectly complemented the new dark accents throughout the bathroom, and also the fixtures in the bathtub. Replacing the outdated gold trimmed door was a large glass shower door. A dark wood vanity with granite countertops finished off the bathroom design.
The original shower surround that was put in the bathroom during the construction of the home was old-fashioned and basic. The homeowners wanted to give their bathroom some style and a new shower complete with a seat. The shower pan features smaller tiles that match the entirety of the bathroom.