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I really disliked the master bathroom when we moved into our new house 2 years ago.
The shower was in the bath, but there was no shower screen (admittedly there was no screen because I pulled it down in a DIY frenzy and then lost steam).
It was pokey, it was naff, and it could not even be saved by Hollywood lights around the mirror.
When we first started chatting to bathroom renovation dudes they told me it was too small for a free standing shower.
I really don’t like no for an answer, so I suggested we move a wall and a door and utilise some dead space we had hanging around. Sure it was suddenly a much bigger job but I was pretty passionate about my walk in wet area.
You may recall the trepidation with which I entered into the renovation process, but you know what? It was ok.
It was tres, tres disruptive, ab-so-lutely.
Some days I’d leave the house at 7am and stay out until dinner, and with one kid on one nap per day and another on two it was a tad inconvenient to say the least.
Choosing tiles was easy, you can even just choose tiles online if you want but I went in and designed a whole fancy pants look with a local company in my area.
The thing is when it came time to deliver they’d run out of tiles with the black spot, and sent me tiles with an aqua spot, so I had to do the old tile switcheroo and manually change each little black tile by hand.
Ball ache…. but a first world problem really.
Infinite Bathrooms rocked my world.
They were professional, personable and very cool dudes, who were also super cool about helping me out when they discovered my l’il ol’ house is actually a l’il ol’ wonky mofo house and they had to straighten every single wall in the bathroom before they could tile.
Yep, they were angels.
Inconvenience, and hands and knees tile work aside, I now have a cracking new bathroom that I luxuriate in daily.
I’ve named it the Great Gatsby Bathroom.
Very apt don’t you think?
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