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Bathroom remodel photos

Posted by catslikemice (My Page) on
Sun, Jan 30, 05 at 13:20

We're almost done, just need water to faucets and shower and the new bath will be open for business. DH calls this our "hotel bathroom".

Tile is Dal-tile ceramic Brancacci in Fresco Caffe. Counter is Zodiaq in Smoky Topaz. Painted walls by local decorative painter. We love it and are thankful the pink and gray bathroom is gone. Yahoo!

Here is a link that might be useful: Bathroom photos


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deep, deep inside i bet you miss the pink sink~NOT. great job! nicely done.


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Wow, what a nice transition. Just beautiful! And the cat really coordinates well with the floor tile :-)


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Looks great!! Are the mirrors also recessed med cabinets and if so, where did you get them?


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Sorry, mirrors are just framed and beveled mirrors. =)

Nokeysyet...what I really miss is the "pink potty"! Not really! We have water and can use the sinks...how exciting!!! Shower should be done tomorrow.


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Nice. How much for the animal?


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She was free. Jitter is a very wicked puddy-tat. That little wench will jump on the kitchen counters right before my very eyes, won't even wait till I leave the room. A brazen hussy of a cat, but she does keep my feet warm at night. ;)

At least my other cat, Toonces, will wait till I leave the room, I have no illusions that he doesn't get on the counters, he just lets me think he doesn't. Must post a photo of Toonces on the site...he's the pretty one. =)


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I love cats, yours is cute. Sadly allergies keep me from having one (or more) around all the time.

Sorry to pull off topic everyone....


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No, no, not at all, bring on all the cute cat comments! =) Sorry to hear of your allergy. Our cats bring great joy (and lots of cat hair) to our home.

Vicki


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Very nicel job!

Enjoy your new bathroom.
Trish


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Very nice remodel, elegant and plenty of storage, your kitties are so photogenic !!

I loved seeing the Barbie bath, what did you do with it ?


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The Barbie tub was smashed to bits (wouldn't go thru the door) and carted away in a dumpster...do you hear the Alleluia Chorus in the background too? =)


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We want to re-do our bathroom shower , tileing the floor and walls... right now we have a built in plastic square shower which we want to strip out ... leaving a drywall... would you know what we would use on the drywall to stick the tile to and keep it from leaking through?And do you just use cement on the floor or grouting under the tile? I want to make it like your 2 pictures with just a little edge up from the floor. Thanks for your help.And for shareing your nice pictures. Please email me with "Garden Web" in subject so I know . We get a lot of junk mail. Thanks; Susanna


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I emailed Susanna and directed her to the "liberry" on johnbridge.com on how to build a tile shower. Just a hint, drywall is not used to construct a tile shower, it's a little more complicated than that but, with the help of johnbridge.com, most DIY'ers with patience and elbow grease can do the job.

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I love the two mirrors. Where did you find them?

Also, do you have the dimensions for the the bathroom and the dimensions for the shower? Love the shower. Nice job :)


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Looked all over creation for mirrors, couldn't find what I wanted under $250 per mirror...then found these for $25 apiece at Walmart.

Room is 92" x 133"
Shower is 36" x 53"


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