- Remove the carpet and fix the rotted subfloor
- Add tile on the walls/floors to prevent future moisture damage
- Update the fixtures
We also were/are committed to keeping the bathrooms and house feeling authentic to the time it was built in the 1920-30s, so we chose white subway tile for the walls and hexagon tiles for the floors.
This bathroom reno is gratifying because of the evidence of progress through the photos. We moved every room around on the other side, so we don’t have a lot of great photos from the same angle showing before-and-after progress, but here we do!
(photos chronological from most recent to oldest)