As promised, here’s the photo of the completed tub surround. Unfortunately, I do not have a ‘before’ shot, but everything was tiled previously and the window ledge ran the whole way to the right wall of the shower.
The biggest challenge of this project was the window ledge. While they do sell window ledge kits for showers, none would fit in this one because it was too deep. So, the guy at Home Depot suggested using plastic lumber. It seems to have worked out pretty well. We used the same type of molding for around the edges of the surround.
This project has inspired me to schedule the 3rd and final bathroom remodel of our house. Well, that, and the fact that it’s awfully crowded in our tiny bathroom when everyone’s getting ready in the morning.
On the top floor of our house, we have a powder room. The room is pretty large for just a powder room so I think we can squeeze in a shower up there. One issue is that we will have to hire a plumber to rough in all of the plumbing since stuff will need to be moved and added. We shall do a feasibility study on this soon (i.e. get an estimate). Another issue is that we have a slanted ceiling up there so we’re going to have to get a custom shower door made. The rest of the work we can do ourselves, though.