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Relaxing Transitional Bathroom by Elizabeth Schulz

NKBA's 2013 Design Competition Winner: Budget-Friendly Bathroom

Co-Designer: John David Burkholder

The challenge: to renovate a small bath to make it more modern and spacious, all on a budget! A half wall between the shower and toilet, along with frameless glass doors and panels, makes the space feel more open, while maximizing the natural light. The original bath¿s chrome cup/toothbrush holder, an oversized mercury glass pendant, as well as other cabinets, faucets and accessories were re-incorporated into the final layout. The shower area was completely waterproofed by using Schluter Shower components prior to the installation of tiles to the ceiling. An Amish-made custom vanity is one of the many special features of the bathroom that is both easy on the wallet and the eyes.

Photo By: Mollie Swartz
Elizabeth Schulz
ABK Today
1929 Lincoln Highway East
Garden Spot Square Suite 120
Lancaster PA 17601
phone 717-715-9488
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