Remember when I talked about renovating my bathroom last year?
Remember when I told you about our bathroom renovation ideas and that we were moving walls and making changes and living high on the bathroom hog?
I never ever talked about it again.
I didn’t mention it or reference it or show you any more ideas. It’s like the bathroom renovation that was never meant to be.
…..now it looks like this.
It looks like this.
Where did it go?
What happened to the rest of it?
Why is there a wall where the bathroom used to be?
Here’s the story glory.
We were about to start on the renovation. We had everything lined up and ready to go. We were heading toward the bathroom finish line.
And then one of the twins had her tonsils out. And the other twin had emergency eye surgery to repair her torn retina. And another surgery. And then another. It turns out she had a condition with her eyes resulting from being born extremely premature at 29 weeks.
You can’t work on a bathroom when you are working on your family. You can’t concentrate on tile or bath tubs or vanities when you are Florence Nightingaling it. Family comes first and they always will.
So we went through three months of surgeries and I didn’t tell you.
I didn’t say anything because I know everyone has so much on their plate right now. I know there’s so much that everyone is dealing with. Life is a little overwhelming for everyone, so I wanted to wait and mention it until eyes were healed.
And they are.
The bathroom is full speed ahead.
The wall went up between the bathroom and divided it in half.
Here’s the dry wall with a little mud.
And on the other side of this wall?
Another wall has been knocked down to make room for a big, amazing, incredible master bath.
I can’t show you that right now because it’s a giant hole and it’s all plasticed off.
It should be finished in a couple of weeks and I’ll show you every last little detail down to this inexpensive, amazing vanity I found ready-to-go off the rack.
Here’s one more look at the room.
From what it was to what it is now.
A little after to a little before.
My favorite kind of renovations. 🙂