The bathroom "before" was pretty bad, complete with wallpaper and yucky carpet, for starters.

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First, she ripped out the carpet and underlayment.

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Next, she started wall construction so she could expand the bathroom a bit.

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This is the wall she would rip down.

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Behind the bathroom wall was a double-sided closet. First, she tore out half of it.

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Then she tore out the other half of the closet wall.

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And the wall separating the bathroom and this bedroom.

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Next, she tore out the vanity and the toilet to have the plumbing re-routed and expanded.

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She'd need a new wall, so she started the frame.

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She sealed the walls up.

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She made a frame for a half wall support for the tub and added insulation to help the tub stay hotter, longer.

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Next, she put up cement board.

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She installed a new toilet.

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She finished the frame and started adding drywall.

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On the other side of the wall, she made a temporary closet.

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On second thought, she decided to re-open the wall.

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She'd make some shelves for putting shampoo and other essentials. Here's a test of the depth.

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Next, she added tile. It was easier than she thought it would be.

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She grouted the tile and painted a test of blue paint, which she didn't love.

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The tub shelf was handy, so she decided to make more shelves in the walls.

This, of course, drew out the project timeline, but space was pretty precious in this tiny bathroom so these shelves would really be handy.

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Each shelf/cubby had 2x4's on the sides and a layer of sheetrock.

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Next, she added mud.

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She added slick shower fixtures.

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For the tiling for her small wall, she went through her leftover tiles.

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She assembled them in a "Tetris" style mashup, rather than a neat pattern. It worked just fine.

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Almost done with this tiling. The grout would make all the difference.

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Ahh...grouted up.

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She removed the sink because there was no stud behind it to properly support it.

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Then she decided to tru out some 3D mud painting. She made a sketch and started painting on flowers.

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Next to the tub, she made a little table, which would be really handy later.

Meanwhile the mud wasn't dry, so she couldn't start painting it.

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She said she's going to add a little curtain to the table, and store stuff inside it.

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This was the original light fixture. Not much to it!

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She replaced it with something a lot more attractive.

Her boyfriend would install the shower rod on the beam shown in the far left of the photo.

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She added trim and new sink fixtures.

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Here is the completed shower/bath. Beautiful!

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Here is a completed flower, and shelves, which she used for storage.

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She says the tabletop is really handy, and she uses it for a glass of a beverage or a bowl of ice cream or other things she might want when taking a nice bath.

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Here's the final view from the other side of the bathroom.

All in all, she says the project took about 6 months and she couldn't be happier with how it turned out.  For more information, see her notes on Imgur.com.

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