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Old 01-14-2012, 12:36 PM  
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This series of pictures shows our upstairs bathroom reno from 2010 in our 1904 vintage farmhouse. (before & after)

The bathroom was added in the late 1950's to replace the outhouse. I designed and built the washstand vanity and medicine cabinets to suit the age and style of the house.

01-before-vanity.jpg   02-before-tub.jpg   010-after-view-through-doorway.jpg   011-after-bathtub-tile-shelf.jpg   012-after-vanity-medicine-cabinet.jpg  


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Old 01-14-2012, 12:48 PM  
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Nice job Rick!

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Default I finally finished!

This was the never ending project. Finally finished it with some of my sanity left.
I put more pictures on 'flickr'


Over budget and behind schedule...
That's how I roll :)

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Nice job!!

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Originally Posted by Rustedbird View Post
Impossible to do over-all pic. Enjoy.
I am Rose. If Amercian larch looks anything like European larch this is what your original floor might be. Slightly (if i grew in the mountains much) harder than pine and looks very nice.

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Originally Posted by kleinbiker1 View Post
What's behing the mirror? Is that a laundry chute?
No its closet for my wifes hair dryer, curling iron ect. She loves a clean counter so every morning she would pull out the dryer and curling iron out of a drawer and then wrap it up and put it away when she was done. I built the wall with 2"x6" so there would be depth for this box. I had it fabricated from Stainless Steel and put an outlet in the upper right corner. Now she pulls the iron and dryer out uses them and just puts them back in and throws the cords on top no pluging, unpluging, unwraping and wraping the cords.
Other features for her comfort, 1/4" insulation on top of the slab, electric heat on top of insulation and under the tile. In the shower, in front of the vanity, and toilet to keep her toes warm.

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