The shower in the kids' bathroom was looking shabby, so we decided that after the guest room and bathroom were done, we'd "freshen up" their shower.
We decided to increase it from 90cm x 90cm to 120 x 120 . This didn't sound like much on paper, or even look that much bigger when we traced it out on the floor....
But it turned out to be...quite substantial once the walls started to go up.
|This is a very, very fancy drain of super-fancy fanciness.|
However, it is NOT as fancy as the REALLY TRULY fancy
drain that I reallywanted,
(which turned out to cost 360 EUROS!!!!!!!).
But it is still pretty nice.
|My idea to use glass brick was pretty brilliant *breaks arm patting self on back. Ouch!*|
The bricks work nicely, keeping the shower
from blocking the light from the window.
|The curtain hides shelves full of towels and sheets.|
The plaster bust on top is some random Roman dude, found at the thrift shop.
|Please to note the extra-fanciness of the various retro chrome fittings.|
I ordered them from Hudson Reed, a place with all sorts of astounding faucets and fixtures.