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    Can I see your bathroom ???

    We have completely gutted our master bathroom and have had the commode moved ... we will have a 5 x 5 shower and I am looking for ideas as far as how to do my counter/sink and shower. thanks

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    This is my bathroom. It is apart of my bedroom. We just knocked down the wall in between and gutted the whole thing.
    It's not the greatest, but it works well for me. My dad had it done about 3 months after I came home from my injury.

    He's redoing the master bath on the otherside of the house this summer. It's a big bathroom 20x14. It will have a roll in shower and raised toilet. It also has a hot tub. Haven't been in it since I've been hurt. He's gonna come up with something to get me down in the water. The tub only sits about 1 foot off the floor. -Ed-

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    This is the only pic I have but you can see that it is a wheel-in shower, whole room is tiled in small grey tiles with white higher up, rail cutting across 1/3 of the room for shower, rest is sink and toilet (not seen). Very simple, 1'm not a fan of clutter in the bathroom. Sliding door separates bathroom from dressingroom & bedroom.

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    found another showing door to showerroom. Screen outside hides all the bathroom/medical crap that I don't like to have on display!!

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    mine is not but 8' x 10', but was enough to put a roll-in shower where the tub use to be...

    i was unable to re-size my pics, but don't forget to angle your tile downward to the drain area..

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    There are some great pics on here! Some AWESOME ideas!!! When my bathroom is FINALLY completed, I'll post lots of pics of it. For those of you that don't know, it's a total of 230sq ft including the dressing area. my roll in shower is 30 sq ft and will have body shower heads on all sides. One really neat feature that I found in my long hunt for the perfect bathroom items was a corner toilet. It is made by Eljer and had to be special ordered, but it takes up a LOT less space. Still easy enough to roll over if you need to(i don't I transfer onto it) and comes in a a couple different heights for your preference. ANYWAY, I wish I already had pics to post, but the project has had a few soon as it's done, I'll post tons o pics...
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    These are all fancy stuff.

    I've never used a bathroom that's super accessible. I think a roll-in shower would scare me. Too much extra space around me, haha.
    Just give me a bathtub and a shower bench and I'm set.
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    Senior Member ChesBay's Avatar
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    Some nice bathrooms! Mine is rather modest and kept the cost low... pulled out tub, used a shower pan made to fit standard tub size and tiled in shower from there. besides keeping cost low also wanted to make it easy for a buyer to put a tub back in when selling house if they choose too.
    Last edited by ChesBay; 03-03-2006 at 08:11 PM.

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    These are great to see, thanks! I'm putting in a roll-in shower right now; I still have a whole lot of tiling to do. I don't have a final plan for the sink yet, but I don't have much room. I hope to be able to have a little accessible storage space; as your pics show, you can't fit a lot of stuff onto a hanging sink.
    - Richard

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    Senior Member powerwheels's Avatar
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    Alberta, Canada
    Here is a pic of my bathroom. it's got a roll in shower and a hot tub which is very good to losen up and aches and pains. my bathroom is directly across the hall from my bedroom. i got a towel as curtains/blinds in this pic because this is right after it was finished.

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