As typical in the 1995’s, white tiled surfaces were all the rage, and carpet (who ever thought that was a good idea?). This new master bathroom remodel was created with an inspiration picture. By removing the dividing wall between the existing bathroom and toilet/shower room, replaced with a small pony wall, completely opened up the bathroom, still giving the toilet area some privacy. The nine foot walls help with the grandeur of new space too. Removing the existing fiberglass shower surround and expanding the faux cavity at the end of the shower allowed for a large 4’x6’ shower with bench. The stunning shower wall tile is Pental Bits Muretto, it looks like small stacked stone, but is actually a porcelain tile placed in a stacked pattern. The mega shower spray tower unit makes showering fun. Flooring and tub deck is American Tile San Savino placed in a subway pattern. A custom vanity made in Cherrywood with cross bars on the frosted glass doors is rich in beauty, and topped with Pental Quartz “Cappuccino” slab with matching backsplash. For a splash of color the homeowner’s choose Sherwin Williams Copper Playa. A very large jetted tub, and very challenging to get into the space, makes this new master bathroom truly a retreat.