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Tongue & Groove panelling in the downstairs cloakroom painted in Lamp Room Grey, to conceal the cistern. Floor tiles by Topps Tiles. Looks like our downstairs loo. need shelf like this above loo

I promised I would do a posting once I found a mirror for the basement bathroom.  And here it is.  It is a really tiny bathroom, so it's ha...

I promised I would do a posting once I found a mirror for the basement bathroom. It is a really tiny bathroom, so it's hard to get decent photos of it. Please also forgive the hideous plastic shower curtain.

I promised I would do a posting once I found a mirror for the basement bathroom.  And here it is.  It is a really tiny bathroom, so it's ha...

I promised I would do a posting once I found a mirror for the basement bathroom. It is a really tiny bathroom, so it's hard to get decent photos of it. Please also forgive the hideous plastic shower curtain.

I promised I would do a posting once I found a mirror for the basement bathroom.  And here it is.  It is a really tiny bathroom, so it's ha...

I promised I would do a posting once I found a mirror for the basement bathroom. It is a really tiny bathroom, so it's hard to get decent photos of it. Please also forgive the hideous plastic shower curtain.

The last 2 big big Ben banners are up! They just photograph so well. And finally… I finished painting the trim in the new half bathroom, hung some art and took some photos to share with y’all. This used to be a big closet under the stairs in our office/den, but it was so long and narrow it wasn’t very useable if you put anything at the back that you wanted to get out again someday. Ben used super inexpensive tongue-in-groove pine planks to cover the old plaster walls and ceiling and built a…

The last 2 big big Ben banners are up! They just photograph so well. And finally… I finished painting the trim in the new half bathroom, hung some art and took some photos to share with y’all. This used to be a big closet under the stairs in our office/den, but it was so long and narrow it wasn’t very useable if you put anything at the back that you wanted to get out again someday. Ben used super inexpensive tongue-in-groove pine planks to cover the old plaster walls and ceiling and built a…


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