So this is how my bathroom was before:
It's difficult to tell on this photo, but the bathroom suite was green, the carpet brown and the walls dirty. If you remember, last February I put my foot through the bath and rendered it useless for bathing, a bit of gaffa tape meant that I could, at least, shower.
First things first, strip off the nasty wallpaper.
Then all the tiles off the wall
And finally back to basics with the room emptied - this was a rather frightening moment.
It is very difficult to photograph a small room like a bathroom well to give you the full affect
here is how it looks now:
Nothing is left from before, new blind, new light, new floor, new tiles, new suite. It all looks so clean!
New shower was the final thing to go in.
The sink is now I pleasant place to brush my teeth.
So there you have it, the hardest transformation I have achieved but I am very proud of it. Nothing about a bathroom is particularly cheap and costs mounted up as I kept on havign to have another trip to B&Q for another bucket of tile adhesive, but in the end the cost for the complete bathroom has come in at well under £1000, which is not bad (is it?) considering how much it would have cost if I were to have got someone else to do it for me. Labour here, was free!