Of all the recent bathroom projects, this is the least exciting but it does still have some great high points.
As with every shower I have done, there is an overhead shower head as well as a hand-held shower head.
Most notable in this bathroom is the LED glass block light panel.
You can see more about this concept lighting here.
This is a small room so by necessity the shower stall is also smallish.
Building a cubby into the wall opposite the shower heads, provides space for shampoo, soap and the like.
And as with every shower I have done, this one has thermostatically controlled water. In this case its a simple one-piece wall mounted Grohe Euphoria System 180 that controls both shower heads.
I stole a bit of space from the adjoining laundry room to add a small storage closet. And just visible at the top is the air exhaust vent.
Having ventilation in a bathroom is a necessity and using a remote motor makes it virtually silent.
Having now written this text, I have decided that actually there is a lot to say about this bathroom.
Really, it’s just the vanity that is not exciting but surrounding it is a white wainscoting and there is a comfort height toilet so… It;s all good!