Sandra
Sandra
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  • Mount Pleasant, TN

Bathroom Remodel


Photos of my recent bathroom remodel. My house was built in 1890 and is located in Mount Pleasant, TN. I purchased this home in 2011 and just finished the bathroom remodel. With all my remodeling projects in this house, I try to keep everything looking as vintage as possible. What do you think?
before
before
vanity before
vanity before
before
before
ceiling before
ceiling before
tear out - always expect the unexpected
tear out - always expect the unexpected
after joist repair
after joist repair
Ceiling after
Ceiling after
after
after

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  • Kpa23588038
    on Jan 15, 2018

    How wide is the opening from glass block to wall, and how wide is the block and where is the drain. Doing shower over love the look of blocks, but afraid of water on floor.
    Thanks a head of time for some direction. Yours is beautiful

    karyn
    • Sandra
      on Jan 16, 2018

      I no longer live in this house. Sold it 2 years ago as this large home was just too much for 1 person. Had so much fun renovating though. The drain is located in the center of the shower floor. The glass blocks were purchased at Lowe's and are 8 inch square (if I remember correctly). Not sure exactly how large the opening is, but plenty of room to enter and exit. Looking at the tile size, Im guessing about 24 inches. Never had an issue with water on the floor. I loved the openness of the shower.
    • Kpa23588038
      on Jan 16, 2018

      Thanks Sandra. U did a beautiful job on that shower and u were helpful on your reply. I know the house u have now is as beautiful as your last home. I've been trying to find the picture of the finished product to show my husband but can't find it. I'll keep looking.
      Have a good day
      karyn

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