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Old 04-17-2009, 07:26 PM
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basement bathroom pics

So when we bought our house, the second bathroom wasnt finished... so we have been trying to get it done and i wanted to show off a few pics of when we moved in to now.. let me know what you think.. my travertine tile will be installed tomorrow so i will update then with new pics..

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after sheetrock, tape/mud, primer, paint








Shower floor and walls started



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looking like progress bud. i gotta ask this cause im a electrician. why is the receptacle lower than the light switch?
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looks really good bud....
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ill be honest and say cause that is how the others are in my upstairs bathroom.. i dont know much about it, so i made it the same.. LOL! this is my first remodel/finish type job and i didnt know any better.. most of the homes here are like that too. even the bathrooms at work are like that.
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What no hot tub? Amateurs....

hahahaha
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looking like progress bud. i gotta ask this cause im a electrician. why is the receptacle lower than the light switch?
In all the new houses that i work on here in OK, the outlets are always quite a bit lower than the switches. That outlet looks high to me.
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really? thats wierd. well your doin a great job so far rob
oh yeah, you should cut a 6 inch recess light in the shower. if you do, put a shower trim on it for safety. its a code here. that would look sweet.
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In all the new houses that i work on here in OK, the outlets are always quite a bit lower than the switches. That outlet looks high to me.
hmmm, we always put them at the same height as the switch cause its usually next to the vanity and just looks proportioned
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i may do that, the light we have in there now isnt as bright as we thought it would be...
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hmmm, we always put them at the same height as the switch cause its usually next to the vanity and just looks proportioned
They do that near the vanity in the bathroom for ease of access for hairdryers, etc. I was talking about in the living room, bedroom, and other places.
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