The painters masked the openings and used a sprayer to apply the paint.
The exterior was to be four different colors.
One for the body, one for the trim, darker for the gutters and flashings and light for under the eaves.
Four men did the work in four days, incuding prep time.
They were real pros!
They even cleaned everything up!
And covered all of my many mistakes.
Inside took longer. There are six colors inside and lots of spackling.
But they got the job done.
Lots of color!
Once the wall was paneled, the place started to take shape.
And mustard in the second bath.
I did ask for green, right?
Lots of anil holes to fill in the trim.
The trim is actually an extension of the door jambs.
Before the tile goes on, you need to make the surface completely flat, known as floating the surface. Here the floor has been floated with mud.
The walls around the tub have been floated, too. Now the tile can go on.
All done with the plumbing fixtures installed! Still waiting for the glass shower wall...
Oh my God, it's really orange!
The kitchen splash ready for tile.
Hmm... might need sun glasses in the kitchen.
Alright, mabe not too bad. The grout will help.
First step for the double shower is the waterproof liner. No leaks!
The walls are ready to be floated.
Perfectly flat and square.
This heating mat will go under the tile.
The heating mat all glued down... oops, it's under the sink! Oh well...
Warm toes, even in the, um, water closet.
All floated and ready for tile.
The shower looks nice...
So does the floor!
The grout really brightens everything up.
Notice the difference.