The bathroom is done. And it's awesome. I love the glass tiles (especially the storage niche) and the whole completely tiled room thing is fantastic. No shower curtain, easy to clean, fresh and white but a little retro. We love it.
360 degree video:
Like many DIY'ers we tend to feel a project is done, even when it's not. That's because even though I'm declaring the bathroom done, there's still 5% yet to do. The door needs to be trimmed and painted, the door knob needs to be put on, we need to find and install a mirror and there's nothing to hang the towels on. But you can use it for all the relevant ablutions and there's no more giant mess with tools everywhere.
No one ask me how long the other 5% takes. At least a week. Probably a lot more. Not a week (or more) of hard labour, just a seemingly endless bunch of little things to make it 100% complete.
What's up next you might be wondering?
Well, we still need to finish the walls around the stairs, get a railing made (anyone know a good place to get an iron railing made in Toronto?) and paint. We also plan to build a big storage closet sharing the same wall as the bathroom. Then of course, the upstairs bathroom is waiting for us and our backyard looks like a lumber yard/junk pile full of weeds and dirt and it needs a back fence.
La la I'm going to ignore that and enjoy my new bathroom.