We finally completed the bathroom remodel project! Well, almost. We still need doors :), something for the toilet paper, a few more things on the walls, and eventually a light over the tub.
Jonathon has worked so hard on this project. He's given us many, many memories and great stories that we are still telling people. All of my amazing ideas for this bathroom that I really didn't think he could do, he totally conquered and mastered it. From the stone floor, to the cute little shelf, to the tiled shower, he did it all and well! Enjoy the before and after pictures. We sure are enjoying the real thing finally done!
Before- these two bathroom became one big one.
The gutted out bathrooms before plumbing and pipes were moved.
It's coming along with drywall on the ceiling, a beam put in place for looks, and all plumbing and pipes in the right places and working properly.
Installed corner, jet tub and building the surround for it.
Time to put up the walls. Reclaimed barn siding.
My cute little shelf I requested for my jars of goodies and the towel. He did an awesome job building just what I was hoping for.
After some rearranging, I moved the cupboard from our dining room up to the bathroom. No money spent and it fits just perfectly!
The view of the vanity, toilet, shower, and tub to the right.
Jonathon wanted a copper sink, so he got it.
I wanted a dry sink, so I found one at the auction barn for $45.00. It was my extremely happy moment with this project since all the ones I had seen were $400 or more. What a blessing!
I said, "Can we put stones on the floor and have them come out of the shower a little to look like it flows out into the bathroom?" He said, "Who do you think I am?" So, he did it. :)
Isn't this shelf lovely? :)
My happy place of relaxation. Now to just get some doors to lock everyone out. :)
So, there it is. It's what we've worked all winter on and wondered when it would ever get finished. All the supplies are finally purchased to make the doors, so I see that getting accomplished in the near future. I love how it all turned out and am so blessed that we were able to find auction items, clearanced items, and repurpose things we already had around (the shower curtain rod was old copper piping that we tore out and replaced. Jonathon bent it to fit as a rod, and it works wonderfully). The inside projects are coming to an end, which I believe my husband is grateful for. Now for the outside. That may have to wait a couple years. We need another vacation. :)