The main bathroom in the new house was the quirkiest bathroom I've seen. Mirrors everywhere! Our grandson l.o.v.e.d all the mirrors. He could see himself peeing in 3D. He said, "This is awesome!" Oh goodness... boys!
Angled walls, gold double sinks along with individual soap dispensers and sprayers to wash your hair in each one. Very 'vintage' sinks indeed.
Tucked away in a corner was this little bitty tub. It was a perfect size for a child but an adult could barely sit in it.
The whole room was just so strange we didn't even know where to start which is why we left it as the last thing to work on.
This bathtub was cast iron so it was quite a project to remove. A friend of ours, Gary, broke out his trusty sledge hammer but didn't get very far. *ha! He basically just chipped off a bit of the surface.
After a lot of hard work, a lot of sweating and a bit of removing some sheet rock, they finally managed to break the tub free. Because it was cast iron it weighed a ton so they needed to roll in out on dollies.
|Here is the lovely flooring we found underneath the bathroom tile.|