Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Let's talk about shower doors. Turns out, you need up to ten days to fabricate a glass shower door.
"So what?" you say. "You can order it and wait while they do the demo."
No, actually. You can't order it until the tile goes in. You need extremely specific measurements. So the whole bathroom comes out. The walls go back up. The tile sticks to the putty and finally, FINALLY you can measure and then order the door.
Cue ten days. Unless, of course, you've bumped up against Thanksgiving. In that case...hard to say.
So here you see it, nearly done. Floor: in. Tile: in. Sink: in. Tub: deliciously shiny. Teak wall: concealing a nice cabinet worth of storage. I can pile in my half-used tubes of hand cream and 3-packs of toothbrushes (must have fresh toothbrush regularly) alongside the hairbrushes and cans of child-friendly sunscreen. And no one needs to see. Yay!
Also filed under "Yay": the little shelf for shaving (see it in there? Just big enough for your foot), the toilet seat that doesn't slump when you sit on it, the handheld shower head on my side (stationary on Charles's side) so I can wash the dog occasionally...ahh details.
Next stop: completion.
Posted by Fiona at 2:25 pm