Heres my new remodeled bathroom


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Old 06-02-15, 05:03 AM
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Heres my new remodeled bathroom

Hes my newly remodeled bathroom.
 
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I once owned a house with a bath window inside the shower area, and it was a burden to keep it free of mold for all three years that I owned it.

Here's hoping you can take precautions so that it never gets a chance to start.
 
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Old 06-02-15, 06:26 AM
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Looks good. I like the random tile sizes on wall. A bit busy, but I may keep that in mind when I do mine. Vermont makes a good point about the window. Share your thoughts on how you are addressing the issue.
 
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Installing an Exhaust Fan/Light in the ceiling of the Tub Cavity on a Timer Switch helped me. That way the Fan could run for 20 Minutes or so after people left the Shower.
 
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Old 06-02-15, 06:47 AM
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Folks, it is a little late to be discussing the window in the shower.

Noname - Really nice job on both bathrooms. Interesting how the designs changed from your first post. But overall, you have to be very pleased with the results.

For reference, here is where they started.

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Old 06-02-15, 06:35 PM
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Thanks- I know all about the window but when you are married you have 50% of the decision to eliminate it. It provides natural light. The stone is around the edges of the window helping eliminate mold in crevices. The bathroom has a good exhaust fan that worked wonders in the past w/o mold on the windows for the past 5 years. I placed frosted, crackled film on the windows to eliminate placing a blind/curtain over the window. The window vinyl is also sealed with a water proof sealant that the installer used similar to a wax on a car so we shall see. Thanks everyone yes its amazing the changes to the final decision.
 
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How exciting noname. ENJOY IT! It's beautiful
 
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Whats wrong with the 70s look? Looks good,congrats!
 
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Old 06-06-15, 05:43 PM
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Ive been a plumber a long time and prefer this bath... Honest!!!\

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Good job! Looks great. Much better than the before.
 
 

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