To the left, (picture above) is the best shot possible of the shower. This is looking directly where the door above used to be.
Below is the vanity set to the right of the toilet.
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While this city home probably won't have any horses hitching up to it, the split rail fence does a good job of adding atmosphere to the property, while also letting people know that they shouldn't be cutting the corner and going across the grass.
1 day's work shown here, by Team Patterson!
We started by knocking out two walls of the closet and the plaster & lathe side walls. Then frame up the new enlarged room, with a 45 degree corner to open up the passage in the kitchen.
After framing, both drain lines and water supply lines were run for the sink and toilet.
Electric was run for a vent fan/light and for a GFCI outlet, on a dedicated circuit to the main panel.
Then we sheetrocked inside, outside and ceiling. A pocket door was framed in to conserve space.
Densheild floor backer was laid for the tile floor.
On this job, the homeowner wanted to do her own spackle, paint, and tile work.
We came back a week later and installed the toilet,
sink, and trim.