Master Bath Progress Day Three

7.16.2017

Yesterday the carpenters returned to finish the framing. Yes, they work on Saturday..... thank goodness.
Let's look at the master bath progress day three.

The new tub and shower set up will be similar to this, but ours isn't quite this large of an area and we won't have that wall sticking out by the window.
Photo source from signature hardware on pinterest.

Looking in from the bedroom. The room looks so much bigger with the old shower and the odd wall that was there removed. The old chandelier will be removed.

This is actually happening today. Mr. Savvy is doing the wiring. Nice to have a handy man that can do the wiring. I'm so glad we lowered the ceiling. It's still over eleven feet high.

The recessed lights are going up over the two sinks and shower. The old lights and this sheet rock will be removed for new sheet rock to go up. We discovered a leak from this pipe which was under my sink. It had a very slow leak in the framing so we had no clue it was there.

Shower will be a good bit larger than the previous fiberglass enclosed shower a.k.a. coffin.

This area will have the freestanding soaking tub. The mister was going to tackle the plumbing, but he is going to let a professional handle it. The stain glass window will be removed once the new window arrives.

Later today we will make trip number four to the tile store to pick up some more pieces we forgot we needed. I'm not used to dealing with tile so we are learning as we go.

17 comments:

  1. Yeah!! Progress!! It is going to be wonderful.

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  2. I wish we were into a bath remodel. Trying to figure out just how we could enlarge one or both of the guest baths to include a soaking tub in one of them. Can't wait to see the finished project.

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  3. So fun watching the progress, Kim! It will we awesome!!

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  4. Great progress. So lucky that you discovered that leak!!!

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  5. Kim, I know you are excited to get this job completed..:it will be beautiful!

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  6. This looks fantastic! I have plans for a remodel of my master bath but it is way, way, in the future. Now I'm chomping at the bit to start. I can tell yours is going to be lovely.

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  7. Sounds like you really miss your old shower.
    It's so exciting to change things to the way you really want them. Can't wait to see the final product.

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  8. I hope you decided on a curbless shower.

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  9. It's going to be fabulous, Kim! I love the inspiration photo, and can't wait to see how yours turns out!

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  10. Dooon't! The glass upkeep is horrible.

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    1. I believe there is a coating for the glass you can pay a bit more for plus I was given the tip of using a squeegee after each shower to wipe down the glass and it only takes a few extra seconds.

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    2. Hi Kim, Just completed our master bath reno in March. We upgraded the glass with the coating, and bought a squeegee from Frontgate that mounts to a discreet area of the subway tile not seen through the glass. I can tell you that keeping that glass clean (which is a priority for me) is not easy! It's stunning, but oh wow. I'm enjoying following your reno and love your decorating style and the inspiration photo. Best wishes. Nan

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    3. I met with our glass guy and he said no need to pay extra for that coating. He said Rain x is the same thing and will same me lots of money. Thanks

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  11. I am dying to get rid of my own coffin/shower and replace my tub, so I will be following closely. Love the inspiration photo!

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  12. Wow, so much progress already! I'm not really good at tile calculations either... And I ended up buying too many for the very small bathroom I have!!!

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  13. That's lots of progress! That big shower and free standing tub are awesome!

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