Thursday, February 4, 2010

Bathrooms- We're getting there!

Here are a couple shots from Charlie's bath. Beadboard almost complete.
Door has been hung.
Tomorrow if everything goes as planned the cabinetry will be installed
and we can put the toilet in permanently- oh joy of joys!

Here's the status on the master:
Carrera tile installed, 'backsplash' for the soaker tub with chair rail installed.
Next up will be the shower stall and the carpenter will work on wainscoting (paneling) on the walls and tub deck.

It feels as though things are falling into place :o)

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