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Awpeterson
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Venn Diagram, very nice bath! Thanks for posting pic's! Can you provide more info on the shower pan that you used (material, where you purchased, etc.). Thanks in advance!

DIY@home
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Here's our bathroom reno that we did a couple of years ago in our 1904 era farmhouse.

The original bathroom was put in in the late 1950's as you can tell from the decor. We used a sledgehammer to break up the cast iron tub since it would have been a backbreaking (and wall damaging) chore to get it out of the house in one piece.
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We did a complete gut job and replaced the wood shavings in the walls with fibreglas pink. We moved the tub 6 inches away from the sloped wall to give me more headroom. To access the bathtub plumbing, you just pull on the toilet roll holder to remove the beadboard panel.
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I designed and built the washstand vanity and medicine cabinet to suit the age and style of the house. The 42"h beadboard is made of MDF and attached to the drywall with panel adhesive.
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Cheers, Rick

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lupinfarm
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Nice job Rick..Love that vanity and sink.
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putting the 18 back in my 1872 Victorian farmhouse.

jade mortimer
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fatlip for tulip??????
i am baaaad.......... :roll:

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tulip wrote:Well I personally don't like a wast area bathroom. I like which consist on the optimal area.
Well nice architect and nice captured by you.

what? :(

ba5ketbals
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Exciting day today. Our master bathroom is 100% finished. Enjoy!
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ba5ketbals
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One more...
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KathyJB
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Wowie Zowie! I love the tile!

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Beautiful!
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Luetic
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lol who measured for those shutters?

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