Woodcroft Traditional to Classic
Master Bathroom Shower Renovation

Classic Touches for this Shower Remodel

Our design team worked together with the homeowners to plan the new bathroom space to best fit their lifestyle. During the design phase, we discovered a couple of hurdles to overcome. Since the home hadn’t been updated since the original builder, we had a lot of work ahead of us. For this shower remodel, we took the existing master bathroom down to the framing studs. We combined the large shelf from the old tub area to the new shower area – to become one large master shower seat.

The Process

The floor space was large enough for two to move around comfortably. We used a dual vanity sinks with separate mirrors for easy viewing. Designing a much larger shower to be both functional and beautiful can be challenging. This shower remodel had all the bells and whistles, with a Pinterest worthy pebble floors, a bench with it’s own hand held shower wand on a bar for easy assistance, and easy-reach shampoo and soap niches. The bathroom turned out stunning and we can’t wait for them to put it to good use in the coming years ahead.

Project Specs


Kraftmaid Shaker “Pebble Gray” Bath Vanity Cabinets with Elements “Naples” Cabinet Pulls in Satin Nickel


“Super White” Marble Countertops with White Oval Under-mount Sinks


Custom Built Vanity Mirrors from Matching Kraftmaid Materials


Aspire “Gris” Tile 12 x 12 Brick for Main Floor, 10 x 16 Horizontal Brick for the Shower Walls and Niche


American Olean Delfino Stone “Paradise Blend” Pebble Mosaic Tile for the Shower Floor


Semi Frame-less Shower Enclosure in Brushed Nickel


Delta “Trinsic” Brilliance Stainless Single Hole Vanity Faucet


Delta “Trinsic” Brilliance Stainless Pressure Balanced Shower System with Volume Control, Shower Head, Handheld Shower with Slide Bar


Matching Delta Brilliance Stainless Bath Hardware Collection


Hendrik 3 Light with Etched Glass Shades for Vanity Lighting in Brushed Nickel


Frosted Glass Pocket Entryway Door


Sherwin Williams “Grey Sanctuary” for Wall Paint Color