In our latest master bathroom renovation in Durham, we kept the same footprint but gutted most of the bathroom before starting over fresh. Although we replaced almost every single item, the custom, frameless shower enclosure is the star of this master bathroom renovation.
First, we removed half of the partition wall that divided the vanity from the shower. Opening up half of the wall makes the room feel more spacious and allows light to fill the previously dark shower. We replaced the tile on the shower walls and installed a mosaic tile floor and a new shower trim kit. Now, this spacious, zero-entry custom shower is handicap accessible and meets all ADA compliances.
We replaced the vanity and added a new Carerra marble countertop. We topped the partition wall off with the same Carerra marble to unify the space. We replaced the linoleum floors with a patterned tile to add visual interest to the design. Newly painted walls and new hardware complete the sophisticated look. Another interesting detail in this master bathroom renovation is the new exhaust fan. Not only does the exhaust fan alleviate excess moisture, but it also houses a light and a heater to warm up the bathroom quickly.