I say this is “our” new bathroom, but really it will be the girls’ bathroom. Yes, I’m jealous. At about 10 feet by 10 feet, it is far larger than our main floor bathroom. In a nutshell:
- No, I wouldn’t really recommend the people we used. (The construction took twice as long as they said it would, and the communication about what was going on was awful.) At one point, I thought we had been scammed and the job just wasn’t going to get done.
- The price was fair, and it did not change except for modifications we requested. (For example, we decided to pay extra to have the more expensive foam insulation put into the eaves, bathroom and roof slats.)
- I ended touching up a fair amount of finish work. The bathroom also initially failed a framing inspection.
- It was estimated as a five to six week job, and it took about 11 weeks. We’re still waiting on a tiny bit of exterior work, since they mis-estimated the amount of siding needed.
Also, these are iPhone photos. Sorry!
This view is to the left when you walk through the door. There’s a nice, deep closet and a 36″ by 48″ one-piece shower (no grout!) that the guys brought in through the open wall of the house. The electric wall heater runs off a thermostat.
The floor is inexpensive (faux tumbled stone) porcelain tile from home depot (less than $2 sq/ft)
What can I say? It’s a toilet. Kohler, I think.
This vanity and mirror are from Home Depot. I would have preferred a slightly lighter, Shaker look, but we were only doing stock items… And country oak is not in the cards.
Fuzzy photo, but there’s lots of space in here. I cannot wait to get half of our towels and all the kids extra bedding into this.
Off to take a shower!