I had a busy weekend and wasn’t able to get anything done on house projects. And today, I need to get busy cleaning my studio to make room for my next project, which will be building the second studio work table so that I can make my living room draperies. So in the meantime, I thought I’d give y’all a video tour of the finished studio half bathroom to show some details that I can’t exactly capture on still photos.
I mainly wanted to demonstrate how the toilet and faucet work with the pump that sits behind the wall where the toilet is. Every time I flush the toilet or run water in the sink, I hear a motor start running behind the wall. It was strange at first, but now I’m used to it. But I went ahead and included all of the bathroom details in the video for a complete tour. (That’s such a grand word for such a tiny room. 😀 )
Anyway, you can see the video here…
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If you missed the main before and after post with all of the pictures, you can find that here…
By the way, I added an archive page for the studio half bathroom, with every post about the project from beginning to end. You can click here to see it, and you can always find in the main menu in the drop down under “Archives.”
I’m hoping I can get the studio cleaned up in one day, because I’d love to get started on the work table tomorrow. And now that I’ve already built the first one, and I know the process (the first one was a lot of figuring out as I went along), this one should go faster. At least I hope it does, because I’m anxious to get to my pink draperies! 😀
Addicted 2 Decorating is where I share my DIY and decorating journey as I remodel and decorate the 1948 fixer upper that my husband, Matt, and I bought in 2013. Matt has M.S. and is unable to do physical work, so I do the majority of the work on the house by myself. You can learn more about me here.
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