We have a newly-remodeled bathroom at my house, all thanks to me …. and the other people that worked on it.
The project started in October when the long promised remodel to the girls’ craptastically gross bathroom began.
This is the before of their bathroom, showing the test paint color.
Please note the lights over the mirror, which had singed the ceiling. You probably don’t notice the lighting because you are so taken with how the girls organized the bathroom sink area.
Bath rug was white at one point. I hated to remove the linoleum but the girls insisted.
Please note towel bar, it looks nice, right? Even though it was ugly, it also fell off the wall often.
I taped the mirror in case it shattered which it didn’t. I did the demo by flashlight, which is even more dangerous!
Those aren’t chocolate swirls but old glue which doesn’t look that toxic and the hole for original medicine cabinet.
Derwood dismantled sink and vanity circa 1981.
Close up of toxic waste and hideous bamboo tile that I personally removed without help from anyone.
Empty of vanity and most of the floor. By Derwood.
New sink positioned, new drywall and light connections in place by contractors.
I taped and began painting.
Then I stopped painting for a few minutes to throw this shoe away.
Return from Denver and Voila!!! New bathroom!
Quick trip to Target and it is even prettier!
The girls are really happy with their new set up. Still need some artwork, wastebasket, towel hooks but it’s not bad!
This morning Brigid informed me that the sink is leaking so contractor is coming tonight to fix. Before leaving for the office this morning, I was putting a bucket underneath to catch the water and thought, “I’m in hell.”
Oh wait, no, you’re not, you jackwagon. Your bathroom sink is leaking. You aren’t sitting next to your daughter’s hospital bed so why don’t you get on with it ass hat?!
The parents of my daughter’s friend Katie, who is still sedated but has made it through two surgeries, have requested that everyone crank Katie’s favorite song today, eat some Junior Mints or go for a swim, say a prayer. Thank you.