|first row of tiles done all the way around the shower walls (had to let them set up for a while before piling on the rest of the wall tiles), and a bit done up the back wall of the shower.|
|sink base purchased at ReBuild for $25.00 (holy ol' awesomeness Batman!), floor completely littered with tiling supplies, and toilet being appropriately used as an iPhone holder...|
Put up final drywall sections
Install shower pan
~Tile shower walls (this will be my first ever tile project, so please wish me luck)*
Make (yes make) sink base**
~Prime and paint walls
~Make shower curtain~Cut giant hole in exterior wall (that we just put new siding on 2 years ago), and install a window
And here are the new additions to the list:
~Patch the be-jeezum out of amateur drywall job
~Make vanity top
**thankfully, since I found the sink base for dirt cheap, I didn't have to build the whole thing from scratch, but it didn't come with a top. So the top is currently under construction in my basement, and awaiting its final coats of polyurethane before it's big reveal.
*Turns out that tiling is tedious, and takes a toll on my joints after spending hours precariously squatting in my shower stall, but it majorly beats the hell out of drywalling. If we're able to score a couple decent showers without all the tiles falling off the walls, then I'll do a how-to post on the tiling job.
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