I'd love to do a grand "reveal" where everything is spiffy with towels hung up and every speck of dirt and grit banished.
But I might be 100 before that happens :)
As far as the progress by Slow-Old-Painters-R-Us:
both downstairs bathrooms have their final coats on the walls.
When I get two coats on the baseboards in the guest bathroom,
I can declare victory on 2 of the 3.5 bathrooms!
The guest bath has a tub/shower
with mosaic tiles and shelves around the glass block window
and a ledge of soapstone bumping out the side wall
that will give you a little elbow room while using the shower.
Lest you think, I could be showering here instead of in the trailer,
hat's the faucet and shower head residing in the box on the top shelf... :(
Across from the tub, is this vanity that I scored from Restoration Hardware.
I put a soapstone top on it with some "mod" Hansgrohe faucets being installed.
No those aren't candles in the corner.... just PVC pipe!
The RH drawer slides are pure junk,
our plumber has had a rough time fitting in the tiny gap left between the drawers
and I'll have to seal the "distressed" wood.
If it had been full price, I'd have been disappointed,
but it was such a bargain basement find that's it's worth the inconveniences.
I'll oil the soapstone to turn it darker when all of the work is finished.
In the hall bathroom, the shower is complete
(okay, so the water isn't turned on....)
with the showerpipe,
wood look tile and french shower doors installed.
And what's this peeking around the corner?
Be still my heart, it's a toilet!
There's no vanity or sink in that bathroom
since I decided at the last minute that the antique sideboard/vanity needs refinishing,
so I was tackling that for a while this evening.
Yes I look like a total bum these days....