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Old 03-26-2014, 07:08 PM   #3161
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Started this right after the new year. I forgot to post when I finished it. We eliminated the stall shower to the right and took 2' from a closet in a spare bedroom to get the nice big vanity.
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Old 03-26-2014, 07:14 PM   #3162
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Looks good Nick Some questions (not criticisms – just questions).

• Is that mirror as high as it looks in the picture?
• Why was another material introduced at the threshold?
• Was the original tub steel or cast iron? If it was cast that must have been a mother to get out. Even I would have to get some help !
• What’s the angle of the toilet? Doesn’t look 90 or 45 degrees. Was there some calculation that determined that angle?
• Was the Kohler Villager slightly smaller than the original? Looks like the deck on the back of the tub grew a little – but not much.
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Thanks. The mirror is high, but it's the size and place where she wanted it. She bought matching trim for the vanity and I made it. My buddy gutted it so luckily I didn't have to carry the cast tub. I wasn't crazy about the toilet but that's how he wanted it. Decision was made after everything was tiled so it wasn't accounted for firing the rough in. They picked a shallow tub. It looks tiny in there.
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Threshold was a piece of granite they had made.
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Nicely done video, Rob.
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That was one well needed upgrade! Nice project Rob. Tile work looked fantastic.
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Well done Rob!
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Just finished a bathroom, nothing extra just tile and a plastic carpet.
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Rob, both videos are really nice
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Thanks for the videos Rob. Great job!

I always wonder what were the tub manufacturers thinking in 1950? Did they do a poll/survey and the vast majority of respondents stated how much they would love a pink tub?

I suppose 50 yrs from now people doing remodeling will ask, what was it about granite/quartz and oiled rubbed bronze did our ancestors think was stylish?
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