The owners of this primary bathroom had been thinking about this remodel since they purchased the home. The water closet was outdated and the large jetted tub had not been used in quite some time. The homeowners decided that they wanted to remove the tub to make room for a larger tile shower that matched their unique style. They also decided to add cabinetry to fit their storage needs.
Rip the bathroom down to its studs and start fresh.
Remove the old tub and tub, shower, and linen closet.
Replace the flooring, shower, window, and cabinetry.
Work within a limited budget.
Find cost-effective options and focus the majority of the budget on the custom tile shower.
Keep the plumbing in the existing locations.
Install a new window the same size as the previous one to avoid drywall and siding repair.
Install high-quality, budget-friendly luxury vinyl tile (LVT) flooring.
Use a good-level flat pack cabinet.