|Project by LPJ||posted 01-01-2012 07:44 PM||6425 views||1 time favorited||31 comments|
If you don’t like cedar, leave now.
This was the ‘master bath’ although it did not have a tub (that was in the black tiled bacth room). What bothered me most was that the shower stall merely had a shower curtain that was a nusance to keep inside the shower.
So that had to go and I replaced it with a more appropriate door.
So, if you’re going to change one thing… you muight as well go whole hog. My wife and I once stayed at a lodge that had a lot of cedar and that inspired us to turn the room into a cedar closet for people.
I used a mastic to adhere the cedar, tongue and groove planks, to the walls.
And how about that tile. It’s not individual pieces but attached to mesh as normal; it just has that random look, though.
Being in New England, as in the ‘guest’ bath, I installed a dual bulb heatlamp and exhaust fan. It’s controlled by the stand-alone pair of switches.
I installed a mirror-panel medicine cabinet with push-to-open doors and the over-cabinet lamp. Previously there was just a mirror on that wall with a simpkle ‘builder’s’ lamp.
It’s always the job done right that counts, so of course the toilet was removed to lay the tile down (as I’ve always done but I have seen jobs where it’s not been taken out)... and then you also need to replace the toilet ring in the floor, again, to do the job right, when replacing the toilet.
Sorry that I don’t have any ‘before’ pics!
-- -- Peace, LJ