Several of you asked how our home addition and remodel incoming along. Now that the electricians have begun installing light fixtures and other electrical do–dads I’ll be better able to show the progress and results to you. I originally planned to start with our new master bathroom but the electricians haven’t finished in that room due to technical issues and my photos came out blurry, but I can at least show the shower to you. It’s a door-less walk-in and wheelchair accessible (thinking ahead as we’re not getting any younger). A pane of special safety glass will extend from the top of the half-wall in the foreground to the ceiling.
that’s really pretty, i love the green tile
Thank you Beth. We dot. At has a sea glass kind of look to it.
Funny you mention wheelchair accessible. We have recently decided that our first tenant will be my 90 year old aunt and so we are revamping the bathroom to be wheelchair accessible. We’ve already changed the doorways and since we were still on the rough of the master bathroom we won’t have to undo too much to make the change. We decided against tile, which is our preference, because the tile is harder and would most likely cause more damage in a fall.
I love the walk in shower idea and the half wall gives the bathroom a more spacious feel.
Hi, Mrs P. I hope your revamp project goes smoothly. I see your point about tile. The half-wall with glass should work out well. The glass is supposed to have a slight green tint to it.
Good idea on the tinted glass. 😁
I like a walk in shower, so much easier, thinking of getting older is always good!
It certainly beats the alternative!
Niiiiice! I love the tile work.
Thank you! We are blessed with a General Contractor who happens to especially love the offering tile design ideas and he helped us to select something we both love, and that isn’t an easy feat!
Love it Russ. As I type this work is being done on our bath/bedroom addition. Such chaos in a little house. Such improvements await!
Thank you, Colleen. I know you’re wise and will keep your eyes on the prize. Good luck with your project. It can be an excellent opportunity to practice patience and self-control.
I needed to hear that today 😉 So thank you!
I thought you might if you’re having the same type and quantity of challenges pop up as we are.
I’m lucky in that there haven’t been problems. Just my little bit of OCD and such with routine interrupted and dust…… 😉
That’s good to hear. I can relate to the rest of what you said.