Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Bathroom Remodel, Part III

The sink is in, the towel bar awaits its ascension into place, the woodwork for around the doorframe is being thought about, and here Paul is working on the medicine chest. The only problem is that he will have to take it out and adjust it - the backboard has the tiniest warp in the wood. It is not noticeable, but it is enough that the door won't close properly when the shelves are in, because the warp pushes the shelves forward. Paul is going to do something (I have no idea what, but since he is a fine woodworker, I trust him) to press the warp out and back. Sigh. Although really, I can't complain. I have a working bathroom that is lovely. It would just be nice to have it all finished so I can put things back and have everything "just so"!

Preparing the opening for the medicine chest installation (the tongue at the corner of the mouth is a necessary tool for proper installation!)

A trial fitting. It looks so lovely, but alas it cannot stay just yet!

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