Master Bathroom Remodel
Time to remodel the master bath. For such a small space there sure was a ton of concrete. There was probably 3 inches on the floor and 2 inches of it on the walls, then tile on top of that. It took two bagsters for this little 5’x8′ room.
Once we had it down to studs I framed out the new walk in shower for a new shower wall product from Kohler. I had to brace it for 24 hours so the adhesives could cure.
I ordered the fixed glass on line, used our original sink and toilet, and had a lovely Irish fellow do some great tile work. All Done.
A bathroom remodeled
We remodeled our bathroom using left-over cypress that I got from Dr. Schuttie, who in a classic small town Missoula twist of fate story etc., ended up performing knee surgery on me this fall. He did a great job, but it still is the second worst $5K I’ve ever spent. Anyway, the trim is cypress, the sink, bidet, mirror, and shelf are from Home ReSource, and the marmoleum was a remnant. The stained glass window we found on Ebay.