Job Well Done

Thermoplastic

Arianell and Vanilla helped with the last few finishing touches on the bathroom renovating – first applying thermoplastic veneer to the edges of the box…

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Corner

…then trimming everything so there were no snaggy corners or edges.

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Sweep

There is always a lot of cleaning up to do after a renovation…you have to get rid of the big stuff…

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Dust

…and all the dust.

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Shove

Finally the fixtures could be moved in!

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Negotiations

OK…who gets the first bath?

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Bliss!

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We have been collecting Hitty-sized bathroom fixtures and materials for ages! The “Ladies Only” toilet is from an antique mall in Port Angeles, the porcelain “sink” was made by Beth McMillin (Click here for her website) the tub is from a consignment shop…the Hittys have been waiting so long for indoor plumbing, but they are very happy now!

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12 thoughts on “Job Well Done

  1. I definitely see bliss in the end of this narrative-a soothing bath! What could be better? The 9-patch floor is just a splendid way to do a floor. Thanks for letting us join you in this beautiful creation of the QH bathroom. After all of those years of collecting items, you and the Hittys have a refreshing place to sit back and relax.

  2. I don’t think there is anything more relaxing and luxurious than soaking in a tub in a beautiful bathroom. The girls will be lining up for their turn in this gorgeous room.

  3. Goodness what an amazing bathroom for the girls. And the craftsmanship is impeccable! and to think how pleased I was to cobble together a cardboard box for photos. The Country HIttys and I are in awe!!! Well done!!

    • Thanks! We had a lot of fun making the bathroom – this project has been a satisfying way to spend time during “isolation” and also good to use up the materials I had squirrelled away. The Quimper Hittys are just glad that they have indoor plumbing at last!

    • You are welcome – I love the organic ceramic porcelain that Beth makes! We bought that item a couple of years ago at a sale that usually happens end of May 😦
      Didn’t know at the time that it was destined to become a Hitty sink!

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