This master bath was custom-built to be ADA accessible, which had both pros and cons. On the pro side, it was nice and roomy with 9-foot ceilings, and a gym-style shower that could practically fit an audience. On the negative side, it didn’t keep water inside of the shower area, and was cold and drafty. I hatched an idea to tile the ceiling and enclose the shower, which would essentially make it a steam shower, since no steam could escape unless the window was open.
Local glass fabricators from A Classy Glass did a phenomenal job installing the shower glass and frame, and they were a great deal compared to the other quotes we received. The most affordable option was the framed glass look (this whole look was $870). Euro-glass, which is just glass without a frame cost $1,000 more, which just didn’t seem worth it. Adding the glass transom window to the top was only $80 extra, which seemed like a steal given the cohesive look and steam-shower feel that it created. This shower remodel far surpassed my expectations, and I am thrilled with how it turned out.
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