Finished!

Finally our bathroom remodel is FINISHED!!

First, a big shout out to Superior Craftsman who did the work for us. They were wonderful to work with, considerate and attentive to our needs and followed through on all their promises. Their subs and employees were first rate and did a fantastic job. From start to finish, they made us comfortable through the process. If you are having a kitchen or bath redone, check them out and be sure to mention that we recommended them.

The project took a little longer than we had hoped, but what construction project doesn’t take longer than we want? We had the old bathroom stripped down to the bare walls and completely rebuilt. The only things we kept were the granite countertop, sinks and mirror that had been installed in the last year. Everything else was torn out and replaced or rebuilt. A couple of weeks ago I gave a project update in my blog that you can read about here.

So what does it look like? Well, first, here are a couple of “before” photos.

Original Bathroom
Original Bathroom
Original Bathroom
Original Bathroom

And here is what it looks like today.

New Bathroom
New Bathroom

The door in the background will lead to our expanded screen porch when it is finished later this year. The bathroom is also much brighter with more natural light and area lighting.

New Bathroom
New Bathroom

Faith loves her new roman tub. But then she loves anything “Italian”.

New Bathroom
New Bathroom

Faith loves this mirror she picked out late last year. It goes nicely with the new vanity, tile and paint.

New Bathroom
New Bathroom

We still have to pick out some additional accents and some artwork for the walls and the blinds for the window and door are not in yet.

New Bathroom
New Bathroom

We are also looking for a piece to go below the medicine cabinet to accent that wall and give us a bit more storage space.

Overall we are very pleased with the new bathroom. This is exactly what I envisioned a few years ago when we first started talking about redoing the bathroom. We had grown tired of the original contractor grade tile, fixtures and accents, and after 24 years, it was time for a major makeover.

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