This is a small corner of a bathroom made over by Ann Stockard of Normandy Builders. The client wanted much larger and luxurious shower. That meant rearranging plumbing points . The shower was moved to the far end of the bathroom, a wood window was replaced with a vinyl window encased with tile making it impervious to water. The toilet was relocated to allow room for the soaking tub. In order to achieve this, the plumbing points were rearranged to provide a floor plan to suite her clients’ needs. Innovative touches were added to make the space special. For example, the counter top extends into the shower acting as a shelf. The knee wall on the other side of the shower is capped off with the same counter top material and extends into the shower. This allows both the husband and wife to have their own shelf. The warm cherry cabinetry contrasts the slate colored ceramic tile. Pictures of the completed bathroom follow. So why are we focusing on this one corner here? Maybe because that’s the corner we have before and after pictures of! Please send yours to email@example.com.