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Date(s): March 28, 2004. Album by Joe Cimoch. 1 - 24 of 29 Total. 5782 Visits.
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How to add a 1/2 bath in an old Victorian without losing the character of this fine home.

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Narrow hall 3' 7" between walls.

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Gotta love that original woodwork. 1/4 sawn oak.

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9 foot ceilings.

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Time to move the radiator.

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Laying out the new bath.

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I thought I could cover the floor repair with a vanity, but the vanity will go against the other wall.

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Another view of the damage under the radiator.

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I'll drop a wall down from the edge of the ceiling and leave the stair skirt undisturbed.

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Because of the tight quarters, I'm framing the left wall in place, then removing it to sheetrock & paint. I'll put it back up after that.

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Frame in place with a brace.

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Wall down for wallboard & joint compound

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Wall back up after painting

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White oak trim under stair skirt and wall

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Another view of oak trim

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New walls after paint.

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New wall with oak trim againsy stair skirt visible, wall awaiting new base.

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Old hall tree fits nicely against the new wall.

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Wall tree.

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Everything fits! Oak wainscoting was added on back wall. GFI outlet added too.

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Another view.

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