I must ask you to notice the pink sink and pink tile, the saloon doors and the most beautiful wallpaper you could ever imagine. I particularly like the way the sink jutted out from the counter top. Very stylish. The counter top itself was about 12 inches wide, just enough to fool you into thinking you could put something on it. A most exquisite detail is the switch plate with wallpaper to match the walls.
You can barely see the toilet here and you will have to imagine the toilet space itself, which was just about the same width as my shoulders. Admittedly, that's wide enough for most folks but it was claustrophobic for me. When we hauled out the tub and took down the wall we found the the whole shower stall arrangement leaked and the studs were rotting away.
We pondered the problems for a month or two trying to find another spot to put a new, larger bathroom, but it would have been too expensive to construct in another place. We debated knocking out a wall to enlarge the room, but again, it wasn't worth it. So we crammed the new bathroom into the old space.
Now, ladies and gentlemen, I present the new bathroom.
Voila! Feast your eyes on the new shower stall made of travertine tile with an Italian pebble floor. Behold the bead board ceiling painted a crisp white and the loveliness of the crown moulding. Revel in the glory of the light fixture shedding it's light in the shower stall.