See what I spent the day doing?
Well, not all day on that one piece. That would be sad. I also did this:
Well, not just that either. I just wanted to show you that silvery insulation in the first picture. It comes in big sheets 1.5" thick. I have to cut it into strips to fit between the ceiling joists. The spacers I talked about making last time are to keep the insulation from being pushed all the way back between the joists. But instead of making spacers I just cut the insulation so that it fit tightly in the space and sat flush with the joists. I still feel like that doesn't make any sense, but it really doesn't matter, so lets move on.
Much to my surprise, Richard said he is fine with all the design things I want to do in the bathroom. I'm sure it is not the manly toilet retreat he was hoping for, but he's letting me have my way anyway. All he wants is to have a say on what the tile is like. I graciously accepted his terms.
So here are some of the tiles we are considering
We got these tile samples from Shepherd's Carpet in Spanish Fork. This is the 3rd time I have brought home tile samples and they still don't even act like I am annoying.
We were thinking light colored tile for the bathroom floor, and dark tile for the shower. Our very favorite is this limestone,
but at $10.99 a square foot, it is just more than we want to pay. We like the look of natural stone, but not the cost. And we like the cost of porcelain and ceramic but Richard really doesn't like porcelain or ceramic that is supposed to look like natural stone. I thought some of those other tiles might look real enough that he would be ok with them, but nope.
So in the end, what did we pick? I don't know yet. Stay Tuned.
But I do know that going to the tile store with Superman and Santa was both eventful and educational.
No, not fireman Santa. Just Santa. You have to work with what you've got.