Google+ House Revivals: Master Bathroom Demolition

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Master Bathroom Demolition

While we wait for the permit to raise our house nine feet higher in elevation, we are able to get a little demolition work done on the interior.  Remember this oh, so lovely pink bathtub?

And the even lovelier shower?

Well, here they are now, along with some bits from another bathroom.

Here's the space where the old tub was.  It was pretty grody under that tub -- lots of rodent poo!

And this is the newly demoed shower area.

It's an improvement, don't you think?

The flagstone flooring from the bathroom has been set aside for re-purposing elsewhere.

Yes, that flagstone goes throughout most of the main level, and no, I'm not crazy about it, but it's staying in the public areas -- at least for now....


  1. Oh yes! I've been wanting an update on how the renovation is going. Those bathrooms WERE hideous, but I do like the flagstone very much. It's practical, and won't rot in that climate, and dogs, cats and grandkids can leave bodily fluids on it and they'll be super easy to clean-up. (I'm SO not a fan of carpet. Anywhere.)

  2. That was a reality shot, for sure. You are really into it now - I look forward to more updates.

  3. I am glad you saved that flagstone ... It would look lovely in the garden ... or part of the path ... i love flagstone!

  4. I'm happy for the successful demolition of your master bathroom, and I hope that the renovation work will make it appealing to the eyes. When I had mine renovated by the Washington, DC general contractors, it went totally better than ever, just like what you see at various hotel rooms, everything was awesome, especially the color scheme done by the painting contractors (Alexandria, VA) which was recommended to me by a friend.


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