Victorian bathroom split in two!
July 20, 2013 in Design Dilemma
I have an upstairs bathroom split in two by a wall - the toilet and sink are in one narrow room, the dated (1970s?) bathtub enclosure is in a bathroom right next door. I want to break through the NEXT wall (former kitchenette area) to make one big bathroom - possibly bring the clawfoot tub from the first floor upstairs - add a heated tile floor, vintage-looking but functional shower and sink - to make a beautiful bathroom upstairs!
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Good luck. We have a similar issue in our house. Very expensive project. We had to remove the floor and replace all the support joist! It's amazing the previous owners didn't fall through the floor as they had cut into every joist to run leaking plumbing!
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