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Old Trailer Bathroom Renovation

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This was a 7-month project! We tried to work a day or so every weekend. It shouldn't have taken that long, but it was the proverbial 'can of worms' - of course! Check out the link, where you will get more pictures and more narrative.
http://itsomuchfunwatchingod.blogspot.com/2013_08_01_archive.html
Time: 7 Months Difficulty: Advanced

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  • Alexandra Arena
    Alexandra Arena Forest Hills, NY
    on Aug 30, 2013

    Great job! Looks much brighter, @Nancy Spencer Carlson!

    • Alexandra Arena
      Alexandra Arena Forest Hills, NY
      on Aug 31, 2013

      @Nancy Spencer Carlson Haha! What are the chances! Spray foam central!

  • Kathy
    Kathy Atlanta, TX
    on Aug 31, 2013

    My goodness, a full size tub, full size washer and dryer, WOW. I had forgotten you used to be able to get a "trailer" with those conveniences or at least the space to add the convenience of a full size washer and dryer. You are really going to enjoy your retirement when you get this done. Are you going to renovate the rest of your trailer? If so remember to post it on hometalk so we can keep up with the adventures of the Carlson's. (Foamy picture sorta funny although guess it would not have been had it happened to me). Love your blog, Love my God. God Bless, Kathy

  • Nancy Spencer Carlson
    Nancy Spencer Carlson Longview, TX
    on Aug 31, 2013

    @Kathy, the tub is only 54", hence the outrageous price to convert it to a non-standard shower. I do have more pics of the kitchen and living room remodel. Perhaps I'll take the time to get it on here. Next project: Those two old guys and I are going to build a 10'x12' shed. The spray foam disaster (which was kinda funny, actually) spawned a brilliant idea for siding. Think stone concrete forms and foam. The hard part will be painting the stones to look somewhat realistic. At one point I was going to call my blog "Just Another Project", because I've been using that for almost 20 years. I like the title of this one better though! Glad you like the blog, too. Grace and Peace to you!

  • Vicki
    Vicki Smyrna, GA
    on Sep 1, 2013

    awesome! u r pro!

  • Nancy Spencer Carlson
    Nancy Spencer Carlson Longview, TX
    on Sep 1, 2013

    lol!! Trust me Vicki, no one would pay me to actually do the work! Design, maybe. I took apart and added more wall studs than anyone should ever do in such a project! But in the end it works. ;-) Glad you like the finished project.

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