This project is continued from Part 2. Laying New Tile: Before you begin, decide how you want to layout the field pattern (on the diagonal or square with the walls). The focal point is typically the most visible tile, which in my case the doorway. I was careful to continue the existing field pattern from […]
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This project is continued from Part 1. Labor: I did all the work myself over 3 calendar weeks start-to-finish, with some fetch & carry help from my son. The ‘aquarium’ style shower glass was contracted out to glass & mirror shop. The demolition phase to remove the old tile and lay the new tile required […]
Finishing a Basement Bathroom – The bathroom vanity and plumbing is installed in this episode of the project series. This project is continued from Part 12. Copyright © 2013 HandymanHowTo.com Reproduction strictly prohibited.
I’m almost ready to hookup the hot and cold water supply lines, but first I need to install the water shutoff valves for the toilet and vanity. BTW – you can read about Part 5 of the project here. The soldering kit is pictured below: Propane torch 4-in-1 wire brush Solder paste Solder wire Pliers […]
This tutorial describes how I remodeled an outdated master bathroom in an attractive Italian Mediterranean theme with Italian porcelain tile and copper fixtures. The work included: removing the old glazed ceramic tile and installing porcelain tile rebuilding the shower replacing the toilet replacing the countertop and medicine cabinets installing copper sinks, faucets and switch plates […]