I painted the cabinets and trim, changed out the mirror and faucets, changed out the lights and added some new knobs and towel rings (and hooks).
That all made a pretty big change!
The tub and shower area didn’t change too drastically.
We thought that step was a hazard! So I tore it out along with some of the tile/wall. My plan was to rip out the shower and build a walk in shower and re-tile the tub and surround.
Let me back up! STORY ALERT! I started this project the same week my hubby and I started the basement. Since we were working on that together, I wasn’t supposed to work on it alone during the week. ‘Cause, you know, it was our “together” project!
As remodeling our house is my “day job”, I needed something to work on until Saturday rolled around. So, I tore out some of the bathroom.
But, we didn’t get very far on the basement working 4 hours each Saturday so we decided I better go ahead and hurry it along during the weekdays so it could be completed some time this decade.
Naturally, I shifted my energy to the basement, because I always focus on just one project at a time until said project is done (cough, cough)! The bathroom sat, and sat, and sat…for 2 years (maybe 3…it’s hard to remember) until just last month when we decided we had to move!
At that point, I had to rescue and revive. So we patched some drywall and I re-tiled and changed out some faucet handles and called it good.
Come on in and see if you notice a difference.
Little bit? It’s not the bathroom I originally planned it to be- but I like it.
The door closest to the shower leads to the closet.
I’ll show you that tomorrow.
If you’re just joining me, you can see all the rooms I previous posted on my “House Tour” page. Thanks for visiting!
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