Upper Millcreek Bathrooms

 Upper Millcreek hall bathroom remodeling jetted tub

Upper Millcreek Area Hall/Guest Bath 

This hall/guest bathroom remodeling has many custom features. Most prominent is the oval skirted LASCO whirlpool/soaking bath tub, custom jetted with an in-line pump heater, provided by Certain Kitchen and Bath. There is a Porcher pedestal sink and toilet provided by Ferguson Plumbing. The original 3’x3’ window was removed and replaced with this beautiful 3’x4.5’ bay vinyl custom window that provides a relaxing tub view of the Salt Lake Valley. For the vanity there is a Robern by Kohler recessed medicine cabinet with side lights and heated mirror from Il Bagno Studio. To provide more toilet room, the hall closet was reduced in size to become a linen closet. (See a plan drawing in the "See For Yourself" menu.) Price range for a similar project: $25,000 - $30,000.

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Cottonwood Hts. Man's Bath

Cottonwood Hts bathroom remodeling oak vanity

Cottonwood Hts. Man's Bath oak vanity

This bathroom remodeling combines a former 3/4 hall bath with a walk-in closet off an adjoining guest bedroom. The oak vanity has a medium walnut stain finish, fabricated by Cabinet World. A 36" high vanity was specified for the tall man. Taller vanity cabinets are more popular these days for everyone, mostly at about 34" high. (You don't want water to be running up your arms to the elbow.) The brushed nickel lightbar, towel rack, and cup handle drawer pulls are from Home Depot, matching the bath plumbing fixtures.

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Cottonwood Hts. Glass Mosaic Tile Contemporary Bath

 

Cottonwood Hts bathroom remodeling glass mosaic steamer/shower surround

Cottonwood Hts. Glass Mosaic Tile steamer/shower surround

Sometimes a bathroom remodeling can fulfill a dream. Here's the realization of this contemporary 3/4 bathroom: it’s red-hot glass mosaic tile surround, and the soothing, relaxing heat the steamer/shower provides. Note the Grohe 9" rain showerhead and Grohe Ectos showervalve trim for style pizzazz. The steamer thermostatic control is on the back wall, and steam outlet is lower right. The Steamist generator is close by in an adjoining utility room. (Steamist generator similar to the photo shown in Man's Bath article.) Plumbing fixtures supplied by Home Selections/Ferguson Plumbing. Rough plumbing assistance by Emergency Plumbing Service. The Euro-style frameless 3/8” heavy tempered glass shower door enclosure was fabricated and installed by All Purpose Glass. Read more about the bathroom, and read about glass mosaic tile installation in the Articles section.

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