I’m in the process of rebuilding a steam shower. It was built with all the mistakes, ie. no preslope under the pan, no water proof walls, wood studs used to support the seats, steam head under the seat ( super mold and rot!!), level ceiling, The old lights were very rusty and are scrap. What should I use? I don’t like the idea of cutting holes in the new tile for new lights. As one side of the shower will be all glass, I was thinking shinning light through with directional spots would be a good fix. What do you think?
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