just know that a lot of sawdust is involved.
will have to be moved.
has been the thorn in the side of this house probably since the 1960’s.
It was an ugly duckling.
It is not like we didn’t know it needed to be renovated.
We just knew the amount of work involved was not going to be fun.
Well in this bathroom- the ceiling was open to the attic.
and that was it.
Peach and white stripes for those wondering.
It was glossy which is a really bad choice for a bathroom floor.
|Before we moved in-and in the lower corner is where the sink pipes were.|
And you couldn’t lay down and relax
So… it worked but it was definitely not ideal.
and since luckily we had another bathroom with a tub-
this one was happily avoided.
and not so sure about it bathtub
and made it all functional.
We closed the ceiling, put a new sink in, cleaned the bathroom up
and patched it up – I might have even wallpapered and put up some board and batten.
It was functional – it just wasn’t pretty.
And we were okay with it because it was on the list for a someday renovation.
where we needed function.
The kitchen, other bathroom, floors, siding, windows-
We ripped out.
I took a few photos to document.
under the tile walls.
those ceiling rafter boards that we covered up when we moved in.
and put it all back together again like that.
Yeah something like that-
but it looked a whole lot more like work.
And there were issues.
A lot of issues.
Some quite frankly
I am going to need therapy for I think.
Or should I just share a few more of the before and in the project?
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