The Master Bathroom

Written April 16, 2013

The master bathroom transformation is definitely worth writing home about. If someone hadn’t told me that a bedroom could be made into a closet and bathroom, I never would have thought to do it. I have a lot of vision, but this one made me work overtime.

Here is a series of photos taken from the door we cut in the adjacent master bedroom wall so it could open to the soon-to-be bath and closet area.

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That closet above eventually became the back of the laundry room. You can see the start of that process in the photo below.

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The framed area above, eventually drywalled below, is now our master closet.

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Another series of pictures taken from the opposite side of the room looking back at the door to the bedroom.

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Masks, anyone?

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Those two doors to the hallway were eventually closed up. At some point, this bedroom was two rooms.

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And a few photos taken from the windows.

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The shower stall and left sink area are where the two doors to the hallway used to be.

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The shower was an adventure in design. Thanks to Tim Birkmeier’s skill, of course, but also his patience as I sorted it all out. No matter what I came up with he said, “Sure, I can do that.” Nice.

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Who knew a few two-by-fours can make the base of a shower? Wild!

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Putting down the cement for the tile board.

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That pink layer is waterproofing. That’s a good thing in a shower.

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The two shelves before above and after below.

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I couldn’t resist using these Celtic knot accent tiles. They coordinated with my Celtic knot drawer pulls. Yeah, I like Celtic knots. Some day I’ll show you my tattoo.

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And one bonus shot: the closet. Pretty exciting indeed.

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