In truth, Kmart didn't ship my tub, Aker by Maxx did.
If you've been hanging on my every word, you saw where I had a fabulous tub picked out for the master bath. But it turns out that company doesn't have any local dealers in our corner of the galaxy. We could order them online and they would happily ship our tubs... but where?
Our current home. Hmmm....we'd have 3 gigantic crates sitting on the driveway, then inside the garage. And we'd have to somehow get them delivered to the job site.
The job site. Hmmm...I don't think we want them delivered to an empty lot.
Plus, the delivery time is anywhere from 5-7 weeks. Not going to deal with that ship. So, we shipped similar tubs from their "sister" company.
So....you have a sister....
Here's what we got folks. I haven't seen them in person, so hopefully the tubs will be fancy-ship-my-pants.
The master tub/shower is wide and oval-ish like the original one I picked out, so no worries...I can still waste lots of water in it. And unless my butt gets bigger yet, there's also room for a rubber duck.
Not that rubber duck.
The Master: (“When I left you, I was but the learner. Now, I am the master.”)
This one is standard size, but pretty snazzy for a one-piece tub/shower, eh?
And they're ordered, so it's for real.
Would you put in one-piece tub/showers for new construction, or would you do a separate tub and shower? I would have loved a free-standing tub and separate shower, but we didn't have room.
Philly wouldn't build an addition just for a bathtub.
I'm sharing with:
House of Hepworths