Union Township Master Bathroom Remodel With Curbless Shower Feature
This bathroom with the Curbless Shower Design was created by the client, an outsourced tile selection guide, and Lou Vaughn. This project was remodeled by Lou Vaughn. The design concept included the client’s need for functionality and flow.
- The short wall that the glass wall is attached to accommodates the following; A soap and shampoo shower niche and an independent handheld shower control valve. Placed according to the homeowner’s desire.
- The height placement of the wall tile stripe design was dictated by homeowners at the time of install. This was done for the real-time feel if you will.
- The lady’s shaving niche was strategically placed, accommodating her comfort.
- The grab bar was positioned to hold onto for safety when shaving her legs.
- The main shower head control valve was carefully positioned just inside the shower door. By swinging the door out, our customers can simply reach in and turn the shower on without one drop of water landing on them!
- The glass shower walls and door are 1/2″ thick and tempered! Initially, an open shower concept was the idea but changed to the enclosure for cost-effectiveness. When considering the open shower concept, additional heating is suggested due to drafts. The heating of the floor is beneficial to either idea.
- Baseboard accent stripe
- Balance Balance Balance! Time is taken to strategically position shower valves, walls, niches, glass walls, etc. to develop a balanced /even /centered look, for an added comfort to the eye.
“My husband and I found Lou Vaughn through Houzz and together designed this bathroom with a curbless shower. Lou was so knowledgeable and pleasant to work with the 6 weeks it took to complete the project. It has been one year since completion and we are still very pleased with the outcome. We highly recommend Lou for any home remodeling projects”. (Source – Houzz)
Union Township Kentucky