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I have a very small bathroom that sits directly in our master bedroom space, a small sink, a door that leads into the very old step-in shower that's approximately 36", and there's a commode inside that very small room. We have wanted to remodel the shower, but on the opposite wall there is a drain cleanout, so do not know how to open up this space. Could anyone please help my dilemma. I need this bathroom to be a little larger as I am legally handicapped, and have had seven back surgeries and lots of nerve damage, so getting around with ease is very hard to do. Please send some advice, and I will download the pictures, which will give a better descriptive explanation of my dilemma. It would be very much appreciated. Thank you in advance!
10 file(s) - Uploaded by: revolutions251
Created: Mar 29, 2014 | Flag
Total Ratings: 6
Original pink tiles and pink floor definitely made our bathroom a bit too girly. After demolition and redoing the walls and floor, the bathroom feels more welcoming except we still have the pink bathtub.
This is the "before" and "after" of my bathroom. I bought a fixer upper home and this is my temporary fix until I can do a renovation.
4 file(s) - Uploaded by: Jazzyblue70
Created: Mar 26, 2014 | Flag
Total Ratings: 9
My bathroom had a cracked cast iron tub, rotten sub flooring, rotten window in the shower/ tub wall, old 1960's tile in such a small space. We use bold dresser for our vanity, oak planks for the flooring, replaced wet molded plaster for drywall and a new tub closing up the window and installing shower walls. We did it all ourselves. It was so much harder than DIY makes it look.