Here we go!
From where I left off with finishing the floor in travertine tile, we decided to also run the travertine around the shower wall to make a more cohesive look to the space.
We had to tear out the previous shower wall and backerboard due to mold growth. Pictures not necessary....lets just say it was black on some parts.
Midway through the shower tile install...
Shower tub to ceiling finish. I think it creates an illusion to the eye to make the room seem taller. Especially while standing in the shower.
Also in the midst of shower tile installation and painting: Installing the backsplash around the sink. We rented a tile saw, so we had to do things a bit out of order and mock up where we were going to place the sink, then pulled it back out to finish the vanity. I know this picture is a big giveaway (duh) of what to expect of the vanity, but its the only way I can show the backsplash and it make any sense. And the vanity looks entirely different since this photo.
So here's how I'll leave it for today. I'm writing up the next post now (slow day) so there will certainly be a post for tomorrow. Continuing with "Why is the wall only half painted?" and "Whats the vanity really look like now?"