In the original bathroom, there wasn’t even a shower. They had a handshower that could be used as a makeshift shower, but it wasn’t very conducive to showering. Even the bath that previously existed was tiny. During the remodel, we installed an actual shower, and we also included a 5.5′ soaking tub.
Last but not least, we have the toilet area. Oooh, the toilet. This doesn’t need much explanation. I think we can all agree this was a vast improvement, don’t you think?
So, that’s a wrap! If you want to check out pictures of the other bathroom I just completed, head over to Facebook, as they were posted there today. Otherwise, they will be posted on the blog next week. Have a great weekend!
Then the fun part came: tiling.
Eventually, the cabinets were installed, and what surprised me most was how they actually made the space feel larger. You would think that adding large cabinets would make the space feel smaller, but because you started to get a feel for how you’d use the space, you started to realize how much space there actually was.
And that brings us to today. All grouting has been completed, so now we move on to installing shower fixtures, hanging the remaining doors, installing trim…the work continues. But it’s so fun to see how far we’ve come from that tiny little compartmentalized bathroom.
What projects are you currently working on?