1. Two sinks in the bathroom should be an ESSENTIAL.
2. No one had taken a bath in that particular bathroom for the better part of 3 years.
Neo Shower - Kits or Do it Yourself?
American Bath Factory Custom Shower Kit
System Includes Shower Walls, Frameless Glass, Door, Pan with Built-In Drain, Designer Faucet with Hand Shower, and Hardware.
Neo Angle Showers are not completely frameless; Features header along the top edge.
Showers come in Medium Sistine Stone with Dark Accents; Stone coloration may vary slightly.
Neo Cut will be in the Center; Faucet and Accent Panel will be on the Right Wall (P21-2017) or Left Wall (P21-2018).
Features Center Drain
Faucet and Accessories are not pre-installed on shower panels.
Freight Shipping Included within the Continental U.S.
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Glass Thickness: 3/8"
This is a 36" by 36" design that would fit into the current configuration of where the tub is and the toilet would fit adjacent to that and still allow plenty of clearance for easy ingress and egress to the shower. A kit like is relatively attractive, but does not necessarily match the tile you may choose to go with the overall room. The other option is to either
Faucets from Classic Faucets.com for $169
So, figure in another $2,000 to $2,200 for the vanity-sink-counter-faucet combo.
This one feature can vary per your tastes and usage. But, assuming we do some wall work, which I am sure we will, we are probably looking at 200-250 square feet at around $3-$4 a square foot, installed. So, doing the math we have about $800 - $1,000 for tile.
Lighting: $200 and No More
Toilet: Can you spend more than $200 on a toilet? Really? I don't think so....
When you add it all up:
Shower: Low: $1,500 High: $2,500
Vanity-Counter-Sink- Faucets: Low: $2,000 High $2,500
Tile: Low $800 High: $1,000
Grand Total: $4,700 to $5,900, give or take.....