Tuesday, June 21, 2011

It's all go!

I've been so busy the last few days. We're having a new bathroom put in. We've been here for almost 6 years now and for...well... almost 6 years, Lloyd has really disliked our bathroom! I thought it was ok, actually, but as it neared the time to get the new one I couldn't wait to see the back of it either!
Anyway, last night the plumber took out the old fittings and today the builders demolished it! We're starting again from scratch. It's a little frightening!
We are very lucky, though, as we can move down to stay in  The Acorn as we are going to be bathroomless for a while - argh!! 
Anyway, yesterday it looked like this - kind of old.



Today it looks like this!! The whole room is like this.
Now I am not one of these people that thrives on house renovations, and it doesn't matter how wonderful the builders are - and ours are... totally wonderful and neat and tidy and just plain, lovely guys, but I find this stressful. Migraine inducing stressful. Roll on x amount of weeks! I say 'x' amount as we have no real clue how long it's going to take!

11 comments:

  1. Exciting! We did our bathroom about 7 years ago (that long?!) when we first moved in where we are now. I had to go and shower at the local gym for a few days though, we had nowhere to move out to. Can't wait to see it when it's done!

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  2. Renovations are lots of fun, aren't they? Can't wait to see the new bathroom.

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  3. Good luck hpoe it all goes well, look forward to seeing the new barthroom.

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  4. I'm with you. Any kind of construction, inside or outside, makes me wonky. I like your tub.

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  5. I'm sure it will all go wonderfully well and you will have a fabulous new bathroom in no time.

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  6. Oh, I am jealous!
    I dearly would love a claw-foot tubby!
    ;)

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  7. Arrgh renovations! I feel a headache coming on too! :D

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  8. Oh lucky you! I wish my bathroom looked as good as your before shots!!
    I've been waiting 8 years for a new one (it'll probably be another 8 years) Oh well, that's what I get for marrying a carpenter! Can't wait to see your new leu:)

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  9. Lucky you Laura, no doubt it will be fabulous when finished!

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  10. Oh dear! This is the kind of thing that sends me into the shakes...

    Blessings, Debbie

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  11. Anonymous3:39 am

    Hope you keep the tub. I want one sooo bad but no room in my house.

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