told you i have been busy....
this is what i have been busy with...
managed to get a week off work so with a bit of forward planning got all the bits together so i could get on with it
i will describe it from where we last left off
i got some chrome pipe and chrome fittings and connected up the big shower head to the shower unit - i had planned this as i liked the idea of exposed pipework - so if you can see it why not do it in chrome and make a feature of it
i didnt want a shower door this time and any way i doubt i could get one to fit so a shower curtain was the way to go
it took a long time to find some thing that would do the job and not look too bulky - it also needed to be in chrome - this narrowed the choices a lot and we did struggle for a bit
this is actually two sets put together with some of the left over bits put together to make a rather nice tie back for the shower curtain
the ceiling was a disaster so we had to start again so it was re-done and done with textured polystyrene and polystyrene coving and then painted with umpteen coats of white till it looked about right
had a bit of a change of plan with the toilet side
i decided to do the bottom of the wall in the left over bits of the plastic stuff
the top of the wall didnt look right just painted white - even after all the trouble of filling it and sanding it down - so our lass chose this paper and i think it really sets it off
the pattern is wicked and actually matches the shower curtain
as you can see in the pictures our lass has been busy getting all the accessories to set it off
the towel rail over the radiator was a good find as was the towel rail under the slope
the fancy net curtains go well and i made a pole up from bits in the garage and all held up with pipe clips left over from the early plumbing jobs
overall i think all the hard work we have both done has been worth it - and we both love the end result
- it might not be everyones cup of tea - but tough - its our house not yours - and we like it
and now the sounding like our gill handy tip bit
cut a peeled onion in half and put cut side down in a saucer of water - this wiil get rid of the smell of paint
gotta go now other jobs to be on with - no rest for the wicked !!!