So my first project in my lovely almost 100 yr old home is my half bath on the main floor. It was certainly unplanned. I went in to use the bathroom only to notice the toilet had sunk into the sub-floor (luckily it was only partially and the toilet was not in the basement, even though that probably would have been painfully funny). Apperently there had been a leak and now my sub-floor is rotted
(at least that's all I am hoping is rotted, fingers crossed my joices are not).
So here is my plan:
tear up tile (already partially done
tear out sub-floor while praying the joices are fine
replace rotted sub-floor
lay down lumen (i hope that's how it is spelled)
lay down slate tile
remove wall paper
Paint (NO MORE PINK!!)
I hope I have it all covered. This is my first time doing anything like flooring and really the only remodel background i have is removing a ceiling with my grandparents. I would really appreciate feed back and other ideas and most definitely tips, such as laying the tile and cutting it and laying the sub-floor as well. Also, I am very unsure of making the circular cut in the tile for the toilet. I know slate is hard to work with and breaks easy.
Oh and here are some pics:
Idk if you can tell but the toilet is kinda side ways
This is my very girly pinkish tile
And this is my rotted sub-floor, which smelled aweful when I pulled up the tile.