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Old 06-08-2013, 12:28 PM   #31
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I finally got some tiles and had time to start putting them up.




















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A few more...

















































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Looks slick.

I like the colors.
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Looks slick.

I like the colors.
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I finally picked a real color rather than using neutrals.
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This bathroom plan isn't much more than a toilet and a sink. For downstairs guests, you'll probably want to install a powder room, guest bathroom, half bath--all different names for the same thing. . .
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This bathroom plan isn't much more than a toilet and a sink. .
No, I guess not.

A shower is not much more, so you are correct.
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I'm a little late to this thread but, WOW! this is a beautiful bathroom 123pugsy. You do nice work!
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I'm reading the 'Total House Rebuild' thread, Total House Rebuild - Bungalow to Two Storey where I got the link to this thread, and see that you had to tear the floor of this bathroom out. OUCH!








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I'm reading the 'Total House Rebuild' thread, Total House Rebuild - Bungalow to Two Storey where I got the link to this thread, and see that you had to tear the floor of this bathroom out. OUCH!
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Tear out the floor? Knock down the whole house is more like it, ha.

It actually was a good thing the bowing in foundation wall was discovered though, since I have a brand new house now including the basement. I'm glad it happened this way even though it is a lot more work and money.
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I posted that before I finished reading the rest of your other thread - about 3 hours of worthwhile reading. I think I figured it out right about the time they started tearing the house down..... a little slow .
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