This homeowner liked the footprint of their bathroom but just wanted to update it with some new fixtures and make the shower larger.  We started by taking out the tub and moving it back to the outer wall to make more room for the new shower.  Next we built a custom shower using solid panels, shower pan and adding a seat.  We added a hand shower on a bar located near the seat for easier access and then added a second shower head in a standard location.  The dual control shower control makes the selection easy from hand shower to shower head.  We changed out the vanity top to match the same color as the shower base, and also made a custom cabinet at the end of the vanity to match which provides extra storage for towels.  Solid panels were also used for both tops to the seat and the towel cabinet.  Subway tiles were used to wrap the tub and flows into the shower.  Glass tiles were used as an accent  boarder around tub and shower as well as in the back of the shower caddies.  12”x 24” tiles were used on the floor in a brick pattern and a cool grey was painted on the walls to compliment everything.

Updated Bathroom