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Several missing ceramic tiles in the bathroom threatened to cause a problem if I could not find exact matches somewhere.

When I first moved in, there was a few missing tiles an a cracked sill on the bathroom floor. The tiles were cemented in place, but were not grouted. I took a tile to Lowe's and Home Depot, but could not find a match. After cleaning out the basement, I found about 20 spare tiles in a box.

Luckily I found a box of spare tiles and replaced the missing ones.

I learned that I didn't need a tile cutter to cut tiles; I used a Dremel Stylus Tool with Cut-Off Wheel to score the tiles on the back (you can't do this on the "shiny" side of the tile), then hit the piece I wanted to drop off with a small hammer.

I watched my late father do cement and tile work, so I knew what to do, but didn't have any experience at it. As it went, it was easier than ordering Chinese take-out.

Robin's Egg Blue is a nice color.... but for the bathroom, we wanted something different.

The primer coat was what Behr calls "Italian Ice" (or what others call "Robin's Egg Blue"), and we had enough paint left over from doing the whole house this color, this was the last room.

However, we didn't want the bathroom to look like the bedrooms, so after this primer coat (which was painted over a horrible "Baby-Shit Brown" color) dried, our expert painter decided to switch-up the colors.

Peach and Tan, with white on the windows and trim was a good choice.

Yeah, so there are fingerprints on the medicine cabinet mirrors and there is no cover on the GFI outlet.... so what? We're working!! No sense in cleaning up until after you're done ‒ because as Murphy's Law of Cleaning states: "In order for something to become clean, something else has to become dirty".

This is what it looked like after it was painted peach and a light tan color on the window-side wall.

Shortly, we will be replacing the medicine cabinet and the light fixture above it with an LED fixture.

   


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