Thursday, 3 January 2013

Lining Wet Area Rooms




A few days prior to Christmas we took delivery of a truck load of gyprock and wet area sheeting. This was to be our project for PC's Christmas break, 14 days off and this is what he had to look forward too;)









First area to tackle has been the wet area rooms, 5 in total.  We've been insulating with a new product, made out of recycled glass, it comes in uncut rolls to be cut into size, this means we have far less wastage and it doesn't itch.











First room to be completed was our ensuite, I am so looking forward to having my own bathroom.



The main bathroom was the next room to be lined, some of those sheets were massive and heavy!












A totally different look now:)












Moving along from the bathroom we then focused












on the powder room, toilet and hallway.













It's amazing what a difference it makes to have a walls.










The powder room will contain two sinks and a large mirror, once showered the child can move to the powder room to brush hair, apply makeup etc freeing up the shower for another child.










The toilet, powder room and bathroom all flow easily together.











The final room to line was the laundry, oh how I'm looking forward to a laundry that doesn't shake and will house clothes sorting cubicles and extra storage space:)













Once the door was hung we insulated and lined, calling in for extra help with the heavier sheets.








All five wet area rooms are now completed.  It will most likely be a few months before we begin tiling and installing bathroom hardware, meanwhile the linings show we are a little closer to completion.

10 comments:

  1. Hi Erin,

    very excited for you.
    I have really loved being part of the renos....even though its just been looking at your blog entries

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  2. Leanne
    Glad we haven't bored you yet:)

    Missy
    I had hoped that the gyprock you were sitting on the other night would be up on the ceiling and walls before new year's, ah well perhaps too ambitious.

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  3. Happy new year!

    I wish you the Lord's blessings on your whole life in 2013, as well as on this massive renovation project. Looks impressive.

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  4. How exciting, it's looking great!

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  5. How fun to be putting all the walls up. What great progress!

    ~Cinnamon

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  6. Erin - can't believe I didn't wander down the hallway to take a look while we were there - I plum forgot! Ah well, gives me a good excuse to visit again soon! It's looking good. :)

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  7. awsome job, so excited for you all, cant wait to have a look, xx

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