It is nearly coming together but always a few unforseen delays and little dramas, not sure whether we have a big Grand Design in our future. Like all painful events it does ease over time and maybe one day we will embark on a major new build. The dust factory I am living in is of no benefit to anyone and I am over trying to remove a few layers each day. The blue floor is waterproof sealer, the light on the floor is reflected from the skylight above.
Here is the previous bathroom, so you can see why we are embarking on this project. Old fashioned shower cubicle, basin taps that never turned off properly, not enough storage and worst of all, something you cannot see here, the bathroom door opened straight into the living room. Guests had to use its toilet so I was forever trying to keep it spotless and it was not sound proof!
OOPS – the tap outlets against the wall are in the wrong place. They had to be moved – simple just cut out the panels, get the plumber back and start again. We have a builder with an even temperament and his workers are also good-natured so it is a good environment no matter what glitches occur.
John doesn’t seem to mind this cleaning, going in after the workmen leave to remove rubbish.
The wall tiles are now up. Hoping for the grouting today and then the plumber can return. I am meditating to acquire the virtue of patience and more patience.
No matter what happens the next post will be the result, I am not prepared to lose my friends and followers over any more boring renovation photos.