How do I remove a bathroom divider?
In this bathroom is a divider between the bathroom door entrance and the toilet. When the house was built, this was originally supposed to be a clothes shute to the basement laundry, however the homeowner changed his mind and left it like this. You can see it on the left in the first picture, 4 wooden spindles (they do not move or turn) from counter top to a soffit above, below the counter is just an enclosed box that has been plastered over. There are 2 glass shelves up top that are removable. We know for a fact there is nothing inside the box, no plumbing, wiring, or duct work. It is attached in some unknown manner to the plaster wall on the left. How do we begin to remove this, step by step where do we start and how to proceed in order to get this out? We need to keep the left wall as intact as possible but realize it may need some re plastering once we get the divider out, we'll cross that bridge when we get to it. Thanks in advance for any professional advice.
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