The tiles are from Home Depot. The wall tile is 12 inch by 24 inch. The shower floor tile is 2 inch by 2 inch on a mesh. The tile finish trim is the Schluter PVC in beige color which was used around the window, the niche and the entrance of the shower from Floor&Decor. A new recessed light was installed. A new shower water control valve was also installed from Home Depot. A beige manufactured marble was installed on the shower curb and on the window ledge from Lowes. The customer did not want a shower door so we installed a shower curtain.
Here's a project I had forgotten to post. This customer had a soaking bathtub that they rarely used and a small shower in their master bathroom. The bathtub was converted to a shower and the small shower was converted to a large closet. The tiles for the shower walls are 12 in. x 24 in., the back wall and niche have a marble decorative tile, as an insert, on a mesh, in the herringbone pattern. The niche has the Schluter Rondec Brushed Nickel metal tile trim and if you can zoom in on the wall tile it has been finished along the horizontal and vertical sides with the Schluter Rondec PVC Bright White tile trim. The shower floor tile is a 2 in. x 2 in. tile on a mesh. All of the tile and Schluter tile trims is from Floor & Decor. The new shower water control valve is the Moen Attract/MAGNETIX. A buttress wall was framed and tiled for this shower. Two grab bars were installed on the shower walls. The closet walls and shelves were custom made with Melamine panels which is in stock at some of the Home Depot locations. Thermally fused melamine board provides a more durable surface for heavy use applications, more stain and scratch resistant than vinyl, paper overlay or painted (MDF) shelving. The last 3 photos show the bathroom before we started the project. The customer will have a frameless custom glass enclosure installed.
This project was just completed. This customer did part of the project and called us to continue with the work which was to create the curbless shower and install the floor and wall tile. The tile and the shampoo shelf is from Gomez Tile in Orlando. The metal tile trim on the walls is from Home Depot, Custom/Satin Nickel. The shower curb has the Schluter Quadec metal tile trim in the Satin Nickel finish. The customer will have all of the bathroom fixtures installed, the walls painted and also a shower screen (fixed glass panel) on top of the shower curb. We also installed the tile on the master bedroom floor which is also from Gomez Tile.
This project was just finished. This customer wanted the shower to be bigger but did not want to remove the soaking bathtub. We removed the shower/tub divider wall, framed a smaller and thinner wall and brought the shower curb to the door frame. We also framed a niche between the shower head and the shower water control valve. The tiles are from Floor & Decor. We installed the Schluter RONDEC metal tile trims, also from Floor & Decor, all around the tile edges, in the Brushed Nickel finish since the plumbing fixtures are in Brushed Nickel. We also replaced the bathtub faucet to Brushed Nickel. The last 3 photos are of how the shower/bathtub used to look like. The customer will have a frameless custom glass shower enclosure installed.
Here's a recent project we finished. The tiles are from Floor and Decor. The floor tile is the "Nala Onyx" 24 in. x 48 in. The bathtub wall tile is white (glossy, 3 in. x 6 in.). New bathtub, vanity/vanity top, vanity light, toilet and baseboards. The customer will paint the walls.
This project was just finished. This was a shower and bathtub (last picture) and we installed one 8 foot long shower. The shower water control valve was installed at the entrance (right wall), the shower head and shower wand are on the opposite (left) wall, it is from the manufacturer "SR SUNRISE". A niche was framed on the right wall and two shampoo shelves were installed on the left wall. The tiles are from Floor & Decor. The wall tiles are 23 inches wide by 47 inches in height. If you focus on the perimeter of the glass block and niche you will see that we used the "Schluter QUADEC" metal tile trims which we also used as a finish on the left and right wall tiles. The shower floor is zero transition (curbless) at the entrance however we did install a shower curb on the left side of the shower so a custom glass enclosure can be installed on it from a glass enclosure company. We installed a 72 inch long by 6 inch wide engineered stone slab on top of the shower curb, it's also from Floor & Decor. The shower floor has a linear drain on the center of the floor, the "Neodrain, 48 inch". We removed the bathroom window and we installed 8 inch by 8 inch glass blocks.
Here's a project where we recently installed glass blocks on a bathroom window. The last photo was the old window that was removed. This is a master bathroom with a shower and bathtub side by side and we are turning it into one 8 foot shower with zero transition at the entrance (curbless at the entrance).
Here's a project we had finished and I finally got the chance to post it.
A customer that we finished a project for recently had a well known glass enclosure company install their bathtub door and while installing the door one of the tiles was broken. For the most part, it is less expensive to have these companies install these doors but the difference in the price between your bathroom remodeling contractor and the glass door company is that our price includes any damage done to the tile during installation that the tiles will be replaced and then the door reinstalled. My suggestion is, when it's a custom enclosure, then obviously you have to have the enclosure company install it, but if it's a glass door you can order/purchase and have your contractor install it, then you should have the contractor install it. In the attached photo there is now a hairline crack at the tile where the door was installed.