brick wall in the bathroom
Ours was an existing tub so it was already in place.
I gave up trying to seal the edge of the tub completely. We do have gaps around our tub. I covered the tub flange with metal trim and caulk to pretty it up, but it is far from sealed.
Like I mentioned, this shower/tub is seldom used so I rely on the liner when the shower is in use, and I'm just careful when I bathe the dogs.
I really wanted to keep the brick and the window, otherwise I probably would have gone with some sort of solid surface walls.
Have you considered tiling the brick too?
edited to add: BTW, I got my shower rod on ebay.
Last edited by Blondesense; 05-10-2009 at 11:54 AM.