In this recent bathroom renovation, the goal was to remedy the damage caused by a water leak from the condo above while simultaneously replacing the outdated fixtures and converting the bathtub/shower combination to a walk-in shower. The area was gutted to the studs due to the water damage allowing the ceiling to be raised to its maximum height, while still accommodating overhead plumbing, venting and a new extractor fan.
The bathroom was subsequently rebuilt showcasing a 32″ wide wood vanity with Carrara marble counter, undermount porcelain sink and single post faucet was incorporated, and a 1″ hexagonal marble backsplash installed. The shower included an acrylic pan, 10″ x 30″ white wall tiles, 1″ hexagonal marble tiled niche, dual mixer valve with wall-mounted showerhead and rail-mounted handheld wand, and a 10mm thick tempered glass screen. The hexagonal Carrara marble was carried over to the entire bathroom floor. The inclusion of a one-piece dual-flush closed trap toilet with soft-closing seat and a hard-wired 10-bar stainless steel heated towel bar completed this charming bathroom transformation.