I have some unscheduled time off, it's cold, and it's supposed to snow, so I'm about to tackle redoing my master bath shower.
Just a little background. When we bought this house 18 years ago it had a really bad 4' shower in it. At the time, my wife always took baths, whirlpools were the thing, so I wanted to put a jacuzzi in. I took out a 6" furred wall on the right and "borrowed" 6" out of the walk-in closet to accommodate it. Now I want to take it back to a 54" shower, returning the 6" back to the closet
My plan is to use a Kerdi tray and Kerdi board on the walls with a 12" seat on the right side. No curb, but possibly the ramp. We've picked out a Mohawk Bertolino Nocino Travertine porcelain tile in 12"X24" for the bath floor with the matching polished ceramic for the walls in the same size, with the 3" mosaic for the shower floor.
I went to the contractors' supply house today and I can get all the Kerdi supplies at contractor pricing, so that's a big help.
Any advice will be appreciated and don't be afraid to tell me I'm nuts. I've gleaned a lot of info from you guys here.
Thanks in advance.