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for the last time! i'm done!

Posted by pinch_me (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 6, 10 at 14:38

The bathroom started out white tile. Somewhere I lost control and my carpenter made this. It has a large walk in shower so it's OK.

eBay sink and faucet
vinyl floor from Menard's
wallpaper, border at ebay
tile from Menard's
Thermobalance from dreamplumbing and I will never order there again!!
DIY vanity
Reused base cab.
Formica counters
Light fixtures eBay
rug Dollar General
Paint Dutch Boy Black and a color match for True Value Peanut Brittle - This paint does not hold up well. I won't use it again.
glass pulls eBay
orange knobs Hobby Lobby
white door knobs from a friend out of their old house
ceiling paper LTD commodities
Mirror from the second hand store for $20!
white shower shelf from a garage sale for $1
small tiger stripe mirror eBay
small lamp from my stash and it matches the ceiling and sconce! I didn't even know it until I was holding it looking for a place to set it. Does that mean I have too much stuff?


This brushed nickel was the one that trickled water. I didn't intend to use that color but it was the faucet we used while the bathroom was in progress. It's ORB now.


entrance 2


I couldn't get far enough away for a good shower shot

I need to decide which fabric for curtain/drape
curtain fabric choices


Here is a link that might be useful: the whole album

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