Bathroom Shelves

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  1. Grizzly Adam

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    The new house came with built-in shleving in the master bath, but with no shelves (save for the non-movable one in the middle. So I ended up cutting some wood over the weekend.

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    Awesome! Guess what else? I have the exact brown towel with green flowers :eek: Where is your beard creme?
     
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    They don't sell those towels any more. Beard cream is in thr vanity drawer. Most of my stuff is in the drawer and one a shelf in the smaller built in (only a foot wide).
     
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    Looks good...Now get to work on the baseboard??
     
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    Looks good griz.. I can only say doesn’t matter how many shelves you put in they will fill them!!
     
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    The baseboards are the least of my worries. I just textured the ceiling in the kitchen, living room, dining, abd hallway and have them 2/3 painted. Won't get a chance to finish that until Saturday. I've got a some drywall to fix in the hall, a couple wires to remove/reroute in the kitchen, and a little bit of wallpaper to finish removing before I can finish plasteting and painting in there. Then I got a garage access door from the dining room to replace with a larger door and a former exterior door to lower in the living room before I can finish the drywall and paint that area. Then I can install the dropin flooring in the kitxhen, dining and hall-- but I will have to work on the subfloor in the hall first. After that I can get the new base cabinets and countertop in (where I took the window out) so we can finally have a prep area and enough storage. Then I can look at trim.
     
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    There is a Murphy’s rule on this; items will always fill the available space; or something along those lines.
     
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    Problem was our bathroom stuff from the previous house exceeded what we had available. Now that problem is solved.
     
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    Ha! I glanced over this very quick and read "bread cream" WTH is bread cream? I keep mine in the butter dish in the kitchen. What would Adam be doing with butter in the bathroom??

    :doh: I don't want to know! :picard:
     
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    :picard:
    :rofl: :lol:
     
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    So the trim will be up next week!!
     
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    If you don't finish the first refurb you can't start the second ?
     
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    You’ll get it done Adam.
    I like the built in. :yes:
     
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    FTFY
     
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    Hope you try not to have several rehab projects going on at the same time. Can be very discouraging. Hope you are getting along OK.
     
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    We are compartmentalizing with all the proejcts. I usually pick two small jobs and one large job abd tey to finish it over the week so everything can return to normal before I start the next round.
     
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    Impressive griz. Always takes twice as long when you’re living in it. My wife loves HGTV and she keep saying oh we should do this we should do that. I said honey you always seem to forget the first step in all of these projects is move THE people and their crap out of the house!! :heidi:
     
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    Looks great!