Master Bathroom Update

Monday, March 9, 2015

Now that the crazy winter weather seems to have calmed down, work has picked back up on the master bath remodel. Except for some touch-ups, the tile is almost done and the vanity was installed.

First, the "before" to help you remember just how bad it really was:

and now that scary bathtub:

Rob made a good call by suggesting more lighting, hence the transom window

 Lots of work yet to be done...including vanity hardware and lighting, a countertop, and selecting a paint color but it's coming along! I will say that going to a tile shop and attempting to select floor and shower tile that match is hard (or at least it was for me). I freaked a bit because the shower tile is a bit darker than the floor tile is and now I kind of wish that I had gotten the same tile for both the shower and the floor. Oh well, live and learn!


  1. It seems that everything is falling into place. You can't find an even bigger sign that you are on the right course than the visuals. However, it's the little aspects that also hold importance, such as the functional aspects, like the drainage and piping. Anyway, I hope that everything works out well. Thanks for sharing that! All the best!

    Traci Romero @ Harris Plumbing

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  3. Wow! The renovation seems to being going smoothly and according to the plan. It seems that both you and Rob are more technical, with concerns focusing on the lightings, to the countertops and their colors. I just hope that the functional aspects, such as the plumbing, have been well taken cared of as well. Thanks for sharing that! Have a great day!

    Wilfred Andrews @ LB Plumbing and Heating

  4. Focusing on technical aspects such as the lighting, ambience and physical appearance is a good thing to do, since those are what we see and appreciate in a bathroom more. I really think you did great on planning everything. I just hope that everything is working well, especially the pipes and drains, as those are of utmost importance as well. Thanks for sharing that! All the best!

    Lovella Cushman @ Perfection Plumbing


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