Make friends with the pros. | When Stacy priced out the cost for a custom shower door, she originally thought it wasn't in her budget. Luckily, her husband Jarrod is an industrial designer, so he was able to order a custom shower door (and two bathroom mirrors) from a welder who he knew. The frames were welded and powder-coated, and Jarrod installed the glass himself, bringing the total cost of the shower door to around just $200.
When it comes to bathrooms, not everyone has the luxury of seemingly endless square footage. But trust us, it IS possible to squeeze in both a shower AND a bathtub, too. After all, everyone likes options. Here's the lowdown on how you can accomplish your goals with the help of a small bathtub.
Ah, the tubber combo. It’s ubiquitous in bathrooms all over the world. And because it’s so common, it can very easily fall into the boring side of washroom architecture. If you have one and you hate it, you don’t have to demo the whole thing and start anew. You can just make some smart, sleek modifications and enjoy a fresh-feeling, semi-renovated spa-like space.