Diaper Road Project- 100 year old homes are a source of constant upkeep, and opportunities for clever re-design. What began as a shower pan leak in the master bath, quickly became an all-out remodeling project which included licensed sub-contractors, Building Inspectors, and a business-pleasure trip to Atlanta's Floor and Decor for a tile package. The original bathroom floor plan was obviously dated, characterized by poor lighting, air flow and ventilation, and non-dedicated grounded electrical circuits. Alabama Closet Experts built-out a classic vanity, which was accessorized by a Kohler faucet and sink, hardware from Restoration Hardware, and an exotic "leathered" limestone top fabricated and installed by Joe Little at Stone Concepts. The tile work consisted of laying a marble tile over a Heatweave heated floor mat, and a classic subway tile design for the shower walls. A simple ceramic mosaic was utilized on the shower floor, using a generous slope for water runoff. Nelson Glass installed a heavy glass shower enclosure that gives the space a truly spa-like atmosphere. The electrical package included new recessed lighting (dimmable), an oversized Nutone exhaust fan, and a wall mounted flat screen TV. The original bathroom window was retrofitted with a tempered shower glass, which provides ample natural lighting while minimalizing the space (no window accessories). All of the trim was custom milled/routed on site, and V&W Supply provided really unique towel bars and bathrobe hooks.