The ensuite of horrors is no more.
Now it's more like the ensuite of hotness.
Hubby informs me that the technical building-project-management term for our reno result is s#?t hot - but I'll go with gorgeous, clean, simple, clean, functional, clean...
Did I mention clean?
So, I finally have the guts to reveal just how horrific the old bathroom was.
I don't know where to start -
with the dirty, impossible-to-redeem mould ridden grout, the ugly, cracked shower screen, the corroded sink drain, the rotting, chipped tiles, the shuddering, rattling pipes, the damp that was seeping into the next room or the festy drains???
Spoiled for choice, really.
Here are a few before and after pics to demonstrate the horror to hotness transformation.
Four weeks from start to finish.
A combination of professionals and mostly DIY enthusiasm and persistence.
When at first the s-bend does not fit, saw and saw and saw again...
You may call me silicone Shar - and it's got nothing to do with my cleavage, unfortunately.
This new bathroom does lack character at the moment.
(And the still-waiting-on-it shower shelf - did you notice?)
I'm pretty sure Hubby's character is ingrained in every surface and fitting that he sweat and swore over though.
And 'no mould' beats 'character' any day of the week right now anyway.