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The bathroom was long and cramped, about 5′ wide by 11′ long, with the window facing out over the back of the house. The entrance was at the other end of the narrow room. The tub sat lengthwise in the center of one wall, a floor-to-ceiling sidewall at each end of it, and the attic access opposite. The toilet and sink sat almost facing each other in the window end of the room.
Much of what you decide to take on during your bathroom renovation work should depend on your future plans. If you plan on moving out of your home in the next five to seven years, a modest project that updates that bathroom for mainstream tastes may be a better option. If you plan on staying in the home for more than decade or for the rest of your life, building the custom bathroom of your dreams can make more sense.
The shelves are two feet wide (600 mm), six inches depth (150) with 8.5 inches (220 mm) being the spacing between shelves for the height; except for the two shelves to the right of the jewellery box space which are set at 7.5 inches as the gap (190 mm) and the top and bottom shelves. The bottom shelve being slightly higher (about an extra inch, 25 mm) to allow for reaching down and pulling books out easier and a similar space at the top for the same reason e.g. to make it easier to reach up and pull books out.
So the ivory tiles weren’t nearly as clean looking as the mood board photo, they had grungy grout that had a green tinge to it. The dark photo is of the paneling that was on every wall. Note the lovely shade of puke green in the fixtures and that hand held shower head – wow, what a thing of beauty! Anyhow, here is the actual bathroom mid-way through demolition.