So when we swung by today, we were pleasantly surprised to find all of the windows have been put in!
Other recent updates include starting on the bathroom tile, getting doors for the crawl space, and SNOW.
I haven’t mentioned it before, but the insurance on the house has been cancelled twice before and we got a notice this week that is going to get cancelled again because the house is vacant and the windows are boarded up. Yes, insurance company, this is true. And this is why we are renovating it. And this is why you are insuring us. We have discussed this previously. Three times. Safe to say we will be going with a different insurance company after the renovation is complete.
Some exciting news: our kitchen cabinets and hardwoods should both be coming in next week!
And here’s the plan for the master bathroom:
- Vanity: Aria 48″ Bathroom Vanity (Carrara/White)
- Sink faucet: Delta Linden Venetian Bronze 2-Handle Widespread Bathroom Sink Faucet
- Vanity mirror: Etsy DesignsByMandK Large Rustic Mirror
- Vanity lights: Progress Lighting Lahara Collection 1-Light Venetian Bronze Bath Sconce with Etched Glass Shade
- Toilet: Kohler Highline Classic White WaterSense Labeled Elongated Chair Height 2-piece Toilet
- Floor tile: Merola Klinker Alcazar Magnolia 12-3/4 in. x 12-3/4 in. Ceramic Floor and Wall Quarry Tile
- Shower wall tile: Roca Tile USA Linen – White Porcelain 12×24
- Shower head B: Delta H2Okinetic Venetian Bronze 3-Spray Shower Head
- Shower head A: Delta In2ition w/H2Okinetic Venetian Bronze-Spray Shower Head
- Shower handle: Delta Linden Monitor 17 Series Valve, Venetian Bronze
- Shower diverter: Delta Linden 3 Setting Diverter Trim, Venetian Bronze
- Shower floor tile: Merola Metro Hex Matte White 10-1/4 in. x 11-3/4 in. x 6 mm Porcelain Mosaic Tile
You may have noticed that shower head B comes before shower head A. Ignore that. But also you may have noticed two shower heads and an awful lot of shower hardware. That’s because the plan is to have a shower head on both ends of the shower that include rain head and handheld options.
We had originally planned to use the shower wall tile on the shower floor as well, but learned that you need to use smaller tiles on the shower floor in order to create a light slope that allows for drainage. Drainage is a very important function of shower floors.
What do you think?