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#1 of 6 Old 01-22-2011, 04:54 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Can I show off my 'new' bathroom?  My Dad, DH and I redid it this month.  I think I rehomed or tossed 85% of the stuff that had been in this tiny bathroom before.  It is so clean and bright now. I love it!

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Wow! What a difference. It looks great!

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It looks great!


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Love it! Especially the wall with the artwork and the bright coloured towels hanging underneath.


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Looks awesome!  You must be so excited to have a "new" bathroom!  I love the beadboard; it's what we're going to use in our bathroom remodel too.

 

Tell me about the window in the shower/tub area.  We are remodeling our bathroom this spring, and I desperately want to move the tub to the short wall, which would really open up the layout.  There's a window there, though, which kind of scares me.  How do you protect it from water damage?  Thanks!


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When we pulled the tile down there was a bit of water damage on the wall around the window, and the wooden sill behind the tile was totally rotted out.  We replaced the sill (at a slight angle so the water will run off) and trimmed the window with some kind of 'plastic composite' wood.  Hopefully that will prevent any further water damage.

 

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