Published at Tuesday, May 15th, 2018 - 23:48:40 PM. Tub Shower. By Berman Schulz.
Ah, the tubber combo. It's ubiquitous in bathrooms all over the world. And because it's so common, it can very easily fall into the boring side of washroom architecture. If you have one and you hate it, you don't have to demo the whole thing and start anew. You can just make some smart, sleek modifications and enjoy a fresh-feeling, semi-renovated spa-like space. Fresh, Bright Tile. There's certainly nothing wrong with a classic neutral like white subway tile, but if your main goal is to tone down the "boring" in your bathroom, a punchy tile can definitely get the job done, like here in this bright blue shower.
However, it's often possible to minimize these costs in your planning. For instance, turning a toilet 90 degrees and hiding it with a half-wall can often accomplish what you need in reconfiguring a bath, but it might not require moving the closet bend (the drain opening) or reconnecting to the vent stack—both of which are expensive. And in the case of separating your tub and shower, although you will need to bring in both supply and DWV pipes, you can typically save a lot by placing them on the same wall. All of this argues for calling in a plumbing contractor as you're working on your new floor plan.
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