A FEW MORE SHOWER INSTALLATION PICTURES – Marilyn Armstrong

I hardly ever find a use for my wide-angle lens, but this was perfect. The bathroom is very narrow, so I got a few extra shots using my 12-mm Olympus lens. It gets much better color than the Panasonic lens does and I think also a sharper finish, too.

The room, well-lit

You can see a little more of the way the whole interior of the shower looks, too.

Plenty of room for our “stuff.”

It’s quite spacious since it takes up all the space that used to be used by the full-sized tub. Also, the seat is kind of pebbly, so it isn’t slippery. Very comfortable to sit on.

It’s comfortable. And so nice and clean!



Categories: Architecture, Home, Photography

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9 replies

  1. very snazzy – enjoy! My personal favourite work we had done in our house (and it needed FAR more than we expected or could have feared….) is definitely our ‘Italian shower’. We also pulled out the terrible bathtub and used the whole height of the under-the-roof space to have a shower installed. I fear the day we’ll have to move and I’ll have to take my showers again by climbing into a too high bathtub and possibly breaking my neck….. This looks really, really good!

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  2. Very nice. I realized lately all I’d have to do to have something similar is pull out the bathtub. The wall is already there. Similar configuration to your bathroom.

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  3. Lovely, Marilyn, and great photos too.
    Leslie

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  4. Great. Hope you enjoy it

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  5. Looks good…the bathroom and the photos.

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  6. I have my eye on a wide angle lens.

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  7. Love it and the wide angle lens is cool. Thx for sharing!!

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