Bathroom Renovation Stage 9

The shower is DONE!!

Well, 95% done anyway. We’re eventually going to install a 2nd shower head—a rain shower mounted to the ceiling. But that’s a little further down the priority list. Most importantly, the shower is now functional.

Sunday we went shopping for shower curtains and it was SO much more fun than shopping for thin set and grout and tile sealer.

Since we don’t have the 2nd shower head yet, we have some plastic bags stuffed into the hole where the controls will go. Classy, huh?

Despite the plastic bags and the yet to be painted walls, that first long hot shower on Sunday night was so glorious!

Tomorrow you’re welcome to give your opinion on our paint color choices.

Catch up with our bathroom renovation progress:

Bathroom Renovation Stage 1

Bathroom Renovation Stage 2

Bathroom Renovation Stage 3

Bathroom Renovation Stage 4

Bathroom Renovation: Tiling!

Bathroom Renovation Stage 5

Bathroom Renovation Stage 6

Bathroom Renovation Stage 7

Bathroom Renovation Stage 8

Concrete Shower Pan Goes Down Smooth


5 Responses to Bathroom Renovation Stage 9

  1. Amy says:

    yay you guys can shower again! i bet every that comes in contact with you will be very happy to hear the shower is done!! 😉

    but really, it looks awesome, i love the color choices!

  2. Susan says:

    Yay! Way to go!!!

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