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Kitchen and Bath Inspiration Gallery

Master Bathroom with Steam Shower

comments (0) February 14th, 2014 in Project Gallery, Kitchen and Bath Inspiration Gallery         Pin It
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A modern bathroom remodel replaces a pink 80s bathroom
Steam Shower for two combined with a shower for every day.
Caeserstone countertop gives a fresh new look to replace a pink tiled vanity
Recycled glass tile gives a colorful accent to cheer up rainy days in Seattle
Recycled glass tiles once had a life as car windows and bottles
A modern bathroom remodel replaces a pink 80s bathroomClick To Enlarge

A modern bathroom remodel replaces a pink 80s bathroom

Photo: Tucker English Photography

Update of a master bathroom. There was a tub in the old bathroom that took up a lot of space and never got used because it used too much water. The client still wanted a relaxing bathroom to linger in. I suggested a steam shower for 2 that I thought they would use much more than a tub. One end has a folding teak shower seat, that is the end with the fixed shower head, the other end is the end where you can sit and relax. They use it every day. The field tile is an inexpensive but unusual shaped tile, but the accents are recycled glass tile made by BEDROCK INDUSTRIES in Seattle. Bedrock recycles old car windows and bottles into glass tiles which are beautiful. The new bathroom modernizes an 80's house, and updates the way the batrhoom is used.


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