Here’s the rundown of the work I did. I began by tearing down all the wood plank paneling, the ceiling tile paneling (don’t ask), the tiled tub surround and the tile floor. Then I ripped down the wall covering on the insulated outer wall and installed a window (can’t believe there wasn’t a window!) and new insulation. Rather than living with drywall dust, I opted to install bead board panels on all the walls and the ceiling. I installed 1×6 pine baseboards and 1x2s for crown molding with 1x4s and 1x5s for trim with a few special trim pieces to make the space look more vintage.
A good way of separating fire and water is to add something made of wood in between, such as a plant or a painting of a plant. Absolutely stunning! I love the transformation. I’m sure they are thrilled with their new master bath retreat. … Read More