Over the weekend we put the finishing touches on our master bath remodel and are officially done! We are so happy with the results. It’s not perfect – we aren’t professionals, but it’s pretty darn good and much better than we ever imagined.
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So we are still finishing up framing of the back room for the shower, etc. and the plumber still has a bit left to do. Electricians were here all day yesterday. Inspections tomorrow then drywall and tile next week. I will update as we progress!! really nice lens…lots of tips and info, will read more of your lens, congrats on the purple star on this lens! I love wainscotting. My son in law recently put it in the peak of a very plain bedroom (mine ;-D) and it transformed the room into something very special.
After deciding to leave the tiles in place, the next step we took was to rip out the wall cupboard and too-large vanity. Don’t use large tiles in assymetrical rooms… the weirdness of the asymmetry is enhanced by multiple times! I want to have a vintage, slightly industrial feel, while reusing as much as possible. We asked every carpenter that came to our house if it was possible to reuse the tile on our floor currently, and each time we were met with a firm ‘NO’. Surveyed the market? Have views today and price with feedback then at last glance towards BEST SHOWERS HEADS.REVIEWS to see the most beneficent among all.
Well, I learned from my mistake. When it was time to redecorate my #2 bathroom (no pun intended), the medicine cabinet was the focal point of disgust. The mirror was tarnished, and the inside was rusty and had remnants of 1960s orange and yellow flower-power contact paper. Utility cart turned bathroom vanity…makes perfect sense, right? It could be ‘oh so good’ or ‘oh so bad’, you’ll have to check back in 2 weeks for the full reveal and I’ll let you be the judge.