This is our gigantic Roman Tub. Does the tile in here make you dizzy?
Covering the ugly floor with rugs and a towel.
A New Master Bathroom
For 13 years we have lived with a solid but ugly master bathroom. It is small and there’s no getting around that but it was solidly built so it went on the back burner. The layout was horrible. The Roman tub took up about 40 percent of the bathroom layout and the toilet was in the way of the single vanity. In January of 2011, our favorite flooring store had a sale on the flooring we were hoping to one day purchase. It was the lowest price we’d seen. Randy started measuring for the new flooring and he insisted on having the new pre-finished oak flooring throughout the whole upstairs, including the bathrooms. No way was I going to put beautiful oak hardwood floors in that ugly bathroom. A gut job was in order. YIPEEEE!!! J
These are the before pictures of our master bathroom. If you look closely, you’ll see the chips and cracks.
See how the toilet blocks the sink? We had to move it over 5 few inches to make room. Hey, 5 inches is a lot in a small bathroom.