a wide-angle lense, it's very difficult to take pictures in
tight spaces. Subsequently, I don't take many pictures of
bathrooms. Many good pictures anyway. This shower wrapped around itself so as not to need a
door or curtain. The big box window we put in the shower space (shown
from the inside and outside) is for orchids, I think.
Don't like your vanity tops? We can tile them...
...and the shower, too.
fit this crazy bathroom into an old farm house with sloping ceilings
and sloping floors. It has a wall right in the middle to create
"his-n-hers" vanities, which we made from small dressers.
While the six-foot-by-six-foot walk-in shower was a "his" idea,
the miniature chandelier over the tub was definitely a "hers"
tiny bathroom benefitted from a chair rail, some trim and wainscot,
a new paint job, and a custom medicine cabinet sunk into the wall. Note
the clipped edge on the vanity so no one breaks their hip on the way
in, and the painted vanity top.
To see more of this bathroom, try the "Basements" page.
Wainscot and tile gave this bathroom a unique look.
On the first vanity, the fixtures mount on the side of the sink. On the second, they mount on the wall.
A feature strip or a built-in shelf can dress up any shower.