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Past Master
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Well 99.9% Here's what I started with




DEMO



Fix/Upgrade ALL the plumbing





Extra Outlets & lite over the shower (major PITA I hate attic work)



Drywall tape mud texture. Start putting back. Set the tub.


Install/waterproof my rock and lay out the math for my boxes.


And away we go


Get the floor in and set the stool


Install the cabinets


My counter tops came on New years eve day.



Had 2 custom pieces of Granite for the shower. one was wrong & 2 ft of backsplash didn't make on the truck. They'll be back


Three mirrors to hang and I'm done.


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Posts: 3866 | Location: Boone County, Arkansas | Registered: August 22, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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You need to make your pics a lot smaller to see them. Like A LOT!!

Jim


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You need to make your pics a lot smaller to see them. Like A LOT!!

Jim


Workin on it


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Posts: 3866 | Location: Boone County, Arkansas | Registered: August 22, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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They're perfect now.

Good job on the redo. Looks like a lot of work but well worth the effort.

Jim


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They're perfect now.

Good job on the redo. Looks like a lot of work but well worth the effort.

Jim


Thanks, I messed around with off/on for about 7 months.


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It is amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit.

Harry S. Truman


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"Deep in the heart of the Ozarks"

 
Posts: 3866 | Location: Boone County, Arkansas | Registered: August 22, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Very nice! I really like the countertops and the little cubby you put in the shower.
 
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Nice work! I need to do something similar, but we only have one bathroom, so when I do it it's gonna have to be at least basically functional within a day. I'm really dreading it, so I've been putting it off...
 
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Nice work! I need to do something similar, but we only have one bathroom, so when I do it it's gonna have to be at least basically functional within a day. I'm really dreading it, so I've been putting it off...


Thanks, I hear ya, this is the 2nd bath in the house. I already did the 1st one.

Remodeling a house with one bath (living in it) is very tough. If you're married, good luck.


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It is amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit.

Harry S. Truman


www.CrossCountryQuilting.com
"Deep in the heart of the Ozarks"

 
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Lot of nice work there, looks great!
 
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Lot of nice work there, looks great!


Thank you.


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Posts: 3866 | Location: Boone County, Arkansas | Registered: August 22, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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That’s awesome. I could do.......the demo. Smile


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Nicely done. I had never thought of putting granite in the niches but I like how that turned out.


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That’s awesome. I could do.......the demo. Smile


If knew that I would have let ya Wink

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Nicely done. I had never thought of putting granite in the niches but I like how that turned out.


I didn't do that in the 1st bath, and was looking for a way to increase storage area. The lower one I'm wondering if someone will bang their shins on it. Shouldn't be to big of a problem it's a guest not a master bath.


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It is amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit.

Harry S. Truman


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"Deep in the heart of the Ozarks"

 
Posts: 3866 | Location: Boone County, Arkansas | Registered: August 22, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Looking good! Did you insulate the shower walls?

Even if they're not exterior walls, putting in some insulation can make a big difference, both in temperature and soundproofing. During the master bath remodel at my last house, I installed rockwool insulation around the walk-in tile shower.

It resulted in much less noise to disturb the person in the adjoining master bedroom during those late night/early morning showers, the interior of the shower was noticeably quieter/less hollow-sounding, and the tile stayed warmer longer.

 
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Looking good! Did you insulate the shower walls?

Even if they're not exterior walls, putting in some insulation can make a big difference, both in temperature and soundproofing. During the master bath remodel at my last house, I put rockwool insulation around the walk-in tile shower.

Much less noise to disturb the person in the adjoining master bedroom during those late night/early morning showers, the interior of the shower was noticeably quieter, and the tile stayed warmer longer.

Yes I did. Whenever I remove drywall in this house I insulate the space.

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It is amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit.

Harry S. Truman


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"Deep in the heart of the Ozarks"

 
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Nice. Next pandemic, you're welcome to get your tools and stay with me.


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Nice. Next pandemic, you're welcome to get your tools and stay with me.


Do you have any Ammo ? Wink


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