Updating a bathroom can start at the shower, by replacing a new P-Trap and sprucing up the shower floor with pebble tiles.
This shower gets an update by getting the shower drain replaced and setting a new concrete base. The renovation is completed with the installation of 1,200 pounds of granite on the walls and puzzle-like tile on the floor.
When renovating a bathroom and replacing a shower floor, it's a good idea to replace the P-trap. Use these step-by-step instructions and install one in no time.
Tiling a shower floor with pebble tiles gives a rustic, customized look to any remodeled shower and is no more difficult to do than installing standard tile.
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