Though not originally from Never Never Land, I sure feel that’s where I live some days. Renovations always take longer than anticipated, cost more than was budgeted, involve more work than you bargained for, and can be fraught with challenges. Don’t you love that word – challenges – it just rolls off the tongue, doesn’t it? Some days, not so much..but whether reno-ing a space or a hub, I am passionate about family, music, writing in all forms, and great food.
I share because I care, so feel free to use any of my images as long as they are credited and accompanied by a link back to Renovation Rehab The photos should remain in their original state and are rights protected. Failure to link back and credit my site as a source constitutes a copyright violation. Thanks!! This was our first home, a single-level ranch built in 1967. At one time, it had been a two-bedroom, one-bathroom home with a single-car garage. The first owners converted that garage into two additional, small bedrooms.
Place the shower base and mark the drain location on the subfloor. Remove the base and cut a 6-in. wide hole. Tighten the shower drain to the shower base. Predrill 1/8-in. holes through the mounting flange into the studs and screw the base to the wall studs with 1-5/8-in. galvanized drywall screws. This medicine cabinet is the only one that stayed. It’s beautiful and unexpected. And, it has a razor blade slot in the back. There is no way I was getting rid of this thing. Hi! The paint color is Valspar in Smooth pebble. The shower curtain and rug are both from West Elm. I don’t think they have the yellow rug in stock anymore, only the black version.
We’ve selected our plumber, who is going to take care of all our plumbing business for $800, but we have yet to nail down a dry-waller who can do some specialty drywall work for us. Wow, it is gorgeous. You must swoon when you walk in there…hahaha. I love it. Love the whole look of the room. You did such a great job putting it all together. And I know it must have been tough during the wait!
Ted Denning Kitchen and Bath remodel services takes the time to walk every client through the bathroom remodeling process. With years of experience in the industry, the team at Ted Denning Kitchen and Bath makes sure every customer has the bathroom they have always wanted. Installing a state-of-the-art residential wall-hung toilet and sink. Having fewer dirt-catching corners and edges simplifies floor cleaning.