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Old 01-19-2014, 06:41 PM   #1
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Here she is in all her glory! Bathroom remodel


So heres the end result of my first bathroom project. Overall Im happy with it. Though I did make some mistakes. There are some weird tile cuts due to me not planning out the tile placement ahead of time. But its not too bad.

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Came out clean.
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Good job. Would you do it again?
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Good job. Would you do it again?

Lol, I am doing it again in another bathroom.
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Haha, some people get half way through and find out it's way more work then they thought but they get a little easier as you do them. Please post the before and afters of the next one!
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Haha, some people get half way through and find out it's way more work then they thought but they get a little easier as you do them. Please post the before and afters of the next one!

If I had the money Id probably pay for someone else to do it. Or Id do the stuff I dont mind doing then pay for someone to do the rest.
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Looks great. I have a bathroom with a tub next on my list of projects. One thing I haven't been able to figure out is how to end the baseboard when it meets the tile that comes down the wall in front of the tub. Do you think you could provide a shot of how you ended it? Did you do a return or bevel it?
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Looks great. I have a bathroom with a tub next on my list of projects. One thing I haven't been able to figure out is how to end the baseboard when it meets the tile that comes down the wall in front of the tub. Do you think you could provide a shot of how you ended it? Did you do a return or bevel it?
I just cut the end at 45 degrees. I think it looks good. If you do that sand the end. I didnt and regret it.
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Awesome! Thanks a lot.
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Very nice! You did a great job on it.

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Oh, man....you got rid of the 'wall art'......

Nice job....feels good doesn't it?
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The right way to end the base where it meets the tile would have been to make a straight cut, set it in place and scribe a line using the tile as a guide, then cut the miter up to the line.
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Really nice job. Wish I could do that.
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That looks like your typical 5X7 bathroom layout. I'm working on one right now just like it. I'm putting in a shower stall instead of a tub. Nice job.
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