Tile This, Tile That

Nov 3, 2008 + , , ,

Not much progress on the bathroom reno.  We've had two contractors in and are just waiting for the quotes to come back.  I'm still hoping for a late November start.  By the looks of it, the contractors will have their work done in less than a week.  That leaves ample time for HandyMan to do the tile work after, and still have time to move onto the guest bedroom before the baby arrives.  Speaking of baby, we're at almost 17 weeks and everything is going fairly smoothly (minus the nausea which seems to stick around most of the day :o\ ).

HandyMan came up with a few floor tile options.  We're going with a basketweave tile carpet, not hexagon tiles as shown, but you get the picture.  The toilet will go in the niche at the top right.  If you look closely, you can see the dashed lines which indicate where the new vanity will be placed.

Options 2 and 3 show the carpet off nicely; the tub and carpet line up and will look pleasing visually.  Option 2 has the remaining tile in an offset brick pattern.  With Option 3, the other tiles are in a grid pattern.  Neither of these really appeals to me... the mishmash of grout lines seem chaotic.

Option 1 is what we're planning to go with. Stretching the tile carpet the full length of the room will make the overall space seem bigger.  And since the vanity will have an open slat shelf on the bottom, you'll be able to see through the vanity to the floor.  Keeping the brick pattern of the remaining tiles to just the toilet area will also minimize the visual clutter.  Now all we have to do is tear out the bathroom, move the plumbing, buy the fixtures, buy the tiles, and put everything back in.  Easy as done  :oP

11 comments:

  1. Good choice with option #1. It is going to be so beautiful! Sorry you aren't feeling well, just a few more weeks (or so I hear!), hang in there!

    ReplyDelete
  2. I love option 1...great choice!

    ReplyDelete
  3. I love option #1. It really does open up the space and seem like an area rug. You've just given me a great idea for our main bathroom. Thanks. Did Mr. Handyman use AutoCAD? I love how it makes the plans really come alive.

    take care,
    Lisa

    ReplyDelete
  4. I guess we all love option 1 - you poor thing, trying to work with nausea...I can't imagine! Love the options though...makes for a very informative post :)

    ReplyDelete
  5. I think I like option 1

    ReplyDelete
  6. Anonymous11:42 AM

    It's stunning! Option 1 does make the most sense. I can't wait to see progress pix. Au revoir, Monet!

    jbhat


    sorry about the nausea too, by the way. yuck.

    ReplyDelete
  7. Good call on option 1. :-)

    ReplyDelete
  8. Oh my word, how did I miss that you were that much further along than me! 17 weeks and still sick. I'm sorry dear!

    I love the tile! It's going to be gorgeous!

    ReplyDelete
  9. Option #1 - hands down. Hope you feel better soon lady.

    ReplyDelete
  10. I agree, Option #1.

    ReplyDelete
  11. Thanks everyone - its unanimous, option 1 it is :). Nausea was 'supposed to' end a few weeks ago, but Baby HandyLuster has a mind of its own ;)

    swedaisy... yes, HandyMan did that in AutoCAD. Now, to get him to draw me an elevation... :)

    ReplyDelete

Thanks for visiting our little corner of the web! We ♥ comments and enjoy hearing from our readers.

 

© 2007-2013 Jennifer Flores. All Rights Reserved. | Blog Design By Brittany Douglas