Tuesday, January 8, 2013

January Projects, Part 2

 
The Farmhouse Master Bath
 
The duct tape over the crack in the bottom of the tub just wasn't working any longer.
So out came the power tools and it was soon in a heap behind the chicken coop.
 
 
 
 
I will not miss it
Or its lovely broken companion.
 
And if we are doing away with those, the related blue sink and it's vanity might as well be ripped out.


I will not miss it either. I am sure you can understand why.
 
And since the layers deep wallpapers of past lives did not come down quite so easily, it seemed just as well to tear down the wallboard.
 
And while we are at it, might as well reconfigure the doorways.
And Update the plumbing since it is all exposed.
Which all of course requires that the floor tile be replaced. 
 
It will all be worth it I am certain.
Despite my dining room doubling as a bathtub instillation staging area.

the new one is so nice and deep, with elbow rests!

And demolition dust ev.er.y.where.

With company coming this weekend.

Good thing there's always reason to laugh.
  Like when my husband said that he was going out to the man-shed to get his wall adjustment tool, and came back with the biggest sledge hammer I have ever seen.
 
Yes, It will be worth it.
This I will keep repeating to myself.
 
 


13 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

LOL! good luck! to all of you!

thecrazysheeplady said...

ACK!!! We have a funky blue bathroom sink too! We're dying to remodel it but its the only bathroom we have...

Meg said...

Home Improvement, If You Give a Mouse a Cookie style! It will be worth it, it's the just in between that's hard. Can't wait to see it finished!

Beth said...

My bathroom is funky pink which is worse than blue I think. LOL Good luck with your remodeling.

Nancy Claeys said...

Remodeling is never a fun task -- but I can't wait to see the finished bathroom. :)

Loretta Thomas said...

Lol...I don't envy you one bit! All the Best to you!
Best Regards,
Loretta

Buttons said...

I always wanted a tub in my dining I know weird eh:) It is going to be lovely when it is all done. Dust and renovating seem to go hand in hand. B

Lynne said...

I am sure the company will enjoy their bath in the living room this weekend!

Busy days ahead I am sure but the results will be the reward. Happy rennovating and decorating! Enjoy the next few days/weeks . . .

Judy said...

A tub with elbow rests, now I would love that :)

Sue said...

I think he made the right decision, nothing like a lovely white bathroom suite, and that blue was certainy past its sell by date!

It looked like the room was ripe for an overhaul despite all the dust and mess. Look forward to seeing the end result

Cathy H. said...

I well remember remodeling days! Dust, yuck, and more yuck!! But, It's worth it! I know you'll enjoy that new tub!

Debbie said...

ooohhh we did this a few years back!! we couldn't get the wallpaper off either so down to the studs we went. it was a HUGE project, but def worth it!!

ours was a horrid blue also!!

i did NOT have company during the renovation ;)

Kathryn Ray said...

You weren't kidding.

This will definitely be worth keeping a tub in your dining room. ;-)