Bathroom Remodel - An Update

*Update* 
We sold our home December, 2017. Click here to see all of the listing photos, including this bathroom finally finished. Even better, be sure to check out photos of the bathrooms in our new dream home in the mountains outside of Albuquerque, NM. I may be a bit biased, as we designed everything in the new house from scratch, but can confidently say they're stunning.

Recently, I came home from work to discover that my husband had used his day off work to demolish our master bathroom - surprise!
 
The new sink area is coming along nicely. It used to be 75% of SN's walk-in closest. Eventually, there will be a mosaic tile countertop joining the 2 sinks. There will also be a big, sparkly chandelier here, as well as an electric fireplace.

Our "new" Jacuzzi tub (new to us, at least) is installed and ready for use. If only I had ordered the waterfall faucet sooner!

What's that? You don't think we would actually take a bath with everything in the room destroyed and covered in dust and pokey nails?

I'm looking forward to getting our home back to normal.

This area is being torn out to make room for our new walk-in shower. Note the awesome pocket door for the water closet. We found it at Re-Store for only $15! The old cabinets are moving to the garage. On HGTV, they always take a sledgehammer and smash whatever is being replaced. So wasteful! It drives us crazy.

I think a good rule when renovating is to make an extra effort to keep the rest of your home tidy. SN disagrees. Does all this wood really need to be stored in the bedroom??

Sorry Pica. The old garden tub is not staying in the loft forever!

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