You can see the water damage on the left next to the tub.
The baseboards in the house are all cardboard, so there’s little pieces of brown cardboard all over.
And whoever decided to paint the wall green really should be shot.
It’s even better in real life.
We are replacing the tub with a shower and glass door. This will require tearing out the tub (to fix the floor) and the walls (which may also be compromised). That means that my 18 year old young man who only wears monochrome clothing and spends more time doing his hair in the morning than I take all week, gets to pick the details for the bathroom.
This is the tile he choose for the shower, thinking water over rock would be cool.
We are applying some pressure to get him to look at something else, since keeping this clean would be a bitch.
Although, I think it is beautiful tile and could be used as an accent wall.
And I’m not sure it really goes with the black time he choose for the floor.
Not to mention my handy woman who is doing the remodel is not happy about the edges on the tile he selected.
I’m afraid we would lose so much tile sq footage from having to make the edges straight, that the discount price would no longer apply.
We went to Home Depot tonight and looked at vanities. We need one without a top, so we can have a custom top made for the space.
The cabinet is 30”, the space is 60” and there is a toilet too close to the vanity to be able to install a six foot vanity.
So we will buy a 60” slab of something to top this cabinet.
T liked this model better than the one with two bigger drawers. I’m hoping his plethora of hair products will find homes in them.
He also picked out this set of lights to replace the ugly round bulbs we currently have in there.
They look like glass and I think they will go well with the rest.
This is the tile we are encouraging, that he likes.
Much easier to install and maintain. Plus, it will help lighten the room and not make it appear to be a black hole.
And we are going to look at this piece as a possible tile for the floor. It will either be this one or the one in the top photo.
He really likes the aesthetics of black, white and grey. We will have to look at this particular tile to see if the color is as nice as it looks.
It is turning into a monochrome look, for sure.
I love that my son has been both flexible and consistent in his understanding of the aesthetics of the tile we are looking at, while being flexible about the rock wall.