Master Bath Remodel Phase 3

2 Materials
5 Months
Getting there! It's been months... so want this done! tile work around the shower (again, my design) to pull everything together. Found this awesome Bluetooth exhaust fan, a splurge but wow it sounds incredible, the fan is strong but very quiet. Also a new exhaust fan with LED light in the shower, after the mold issue prior I wanted to be sure that moisture wasn't a problem. There was no light in the shower before, and the previous owners had a plexi panel enclosing the top over the doors (they called it a "steam shower", yeah right) so it was dark too, not good. Kohler frameless shower doors, beautiful nickel hardware to match the other accessories. We had a wall-mounted heated towel rack already I cannot live without my heated towels and it was already brushed nickel so that went back up. a new receptacle will be added so the cord will be eliminated. A lot of little final touches and it's back in business! SO HAPPY!!!
tile around the shower

Bluetooth exhaust fan!
New frameless/nickel doors in!
New baseboard cover!
New Kohler toilet, water-saver, chair height. Had to go with the round bowl as the space is limited.
nickel accessories, new Price-Pfister 4-way shower head and faucet handle
Spray-painted the new switch-plate. Timer switch for shower exhaust fan/light combo. Separate switches for vanity lights and Bluetooth exhaust fan
more nickel accessories
All the fixtures and shower doors are Koehler, finished project took five months, weekends only. Expenses were all materials only, we did all the work (my nephew installed the plumbing fixtures).
Suggested materials:
  • Shower doors, light fixture, fans   (Lowes)
  • Misc.   (Amazon)
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  • Belva Belva on Sep 29, 2017
    Wow, Christine, you and your hubs worked your buns off! You guys did such a great job! I really enjoyed watching all 3 phases of your process, thank you so much for sharing your reno redo with us!

  • Jenny Jenny on Sep 18, 2021

    Love, LOVE your sponged walls! You’ve done a great job and I speak from experience! My husband sounds just like yours. I get stuff done by threatening to do it myself. His pride kicks in then and we’re up and running!