[pinterest] Last week I mentioned that I was going to share why we made some of the decisions we did when we remodeled the master bathroom. So here we go. We changed the door so it opened toward the tub
[pinterest] The master bathroom remodel is almost done. All that’s left is a hand towel bar and a threshold. Oh, and some organizing and cleaning. I’ll do that this week. In the meantime, here’s how it’s looking: Vanity Medicine Cabinet
[pinterest] Slow and steady wins the race and a little time here and there gets the bathroom done! We’ve been unbelievably busy lately so there hasn’t been a lot of progress on the master bathroom remodel. But David’s been chipping
[pinterest] I’m getting really excited about the master bathroom as we get closer to completion. It’s looking SO awesome. This week David got quite a bit done. His completed list includes: Painted the ceiling. Painted the woodwork. Installed the cabinet.
The master bathroom is actually starting to look like something! I’m especially excited about the toilet paper holder! For the last several weeks the toilet paper has been homeless and, therefore, occasionally hard to find. But now it has a
I don’t know how he did it, but David got a LOT of stuff done on the master bathroom this past weekend. His completed task list included: Install tile on shower walls. Install tile on floor. Install tile on toilet
In five short hours, David managed to make a HUGE amount of progress on the master bathroom. Here’s what he checked off his list: Finished the plumbing. He connected the new plumbing to the water supply. This required turning the
There’s always a lot more boring work to be done before we get to the good stuff. I’m ready for fixtures, furniture and paint in the master bathroom but the groundwork has to be done first – plumbing, electrical, etc.
I haven’t posted any remodeling updates for a couple of weeks because we haven’t done anything to the house – not one thing. But Saturday morning David woke up and decided to tear up the bathroom. So I guess that