Now that all of the framing for the bathroom remodel is complete, the tub deck is built and the plumbing and electrical is roughed-in, it’s time for the drywaller to cover up the walls. Removing the wallpaper was a tedious job but now that it’s gone, the drywall behind it can be skim-coated to match the new drywall.
As you can see the old double doors are being replaced by a single door and the linen closet space has been reconfigured allowing the door to consume far less wall space than before.
All of the door and drawer panels have been removed from the vanity and are over at the cabinet shop getting cleaned up and re-finished. The old linen closets are also at the cabinet shop and are being modified so they fit back into the new, smaller wall space.
In this design we were able to re-use all of the old, cherry doors and cherry vanity which Annette and Barry valued for their Material and style. With a little bit of modification and re-finishing, it will all look like new for a fraction of the price.
As we’re posting this blog the cabinets and countertops are being installed so we’re looking forward to our next post to see how things are coming along on this Corvallis bathroom remodel.