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Hall bath reno almost done PICS

Posted by coolbeans (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 3, 12 at 15:22

Been on this site for over a year now while planning a total renovation of our master bath. Decided to do a quick reno of our hall bath first so that we could use it while the master is being done.

Thought it would take a week, but complications arose (um, mold and unprofessional plumbers) and it's taken a month.

It still lacks the bathroom entry door, adjustments to the shower doors, installation of a shampoo and body wash dispenser, and a piece of photographic art on the wall above the toilet.

Product info: Inax Dover toilet, Porcher pedestal sink, Grohe Europlus faucets, Kohler tp holder, shower grab bar, and med cabinet, Possini vanity light, Decor Wonderland mirror, American Olean "Avenue One" municipal grey porcelain floor tile, Abbeystone Gris Clair Mosaic porcelain shower floor tile, Johnson Brothers Spirit White 12x16 wall tile, Benjamin Moore Aura matte wall paint in Light Blue.

Ready to tackle the big job. (Only half kidding.)

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RE: Hall bath reno almost done PICS

Your shower is so much lighter and large feeling. Well done. Very nice and a great straight forward room. It's probably good that you started small and learned from the unexpected issues. Now when the Master gets underway you will be so much more knowledgeable and ready for the surprises.

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