So before all that, here are some pics of our new floors and bathroom.
We are definitely "design on a dime" kind of guys. If I had to define our decor, it is a combination of Mission, Deco, Southwestern and Tuscany, plus odds and ends.
Living room has a new area rug.
Benni pointing out the smooth transition from the living room to kitchen.
Kitchen tile is a travertine marble look
We rescued this hutch fifteen years ago when someone was throwing it out. I always meant to refinish it but stripping it down to the wood just seemed like too much work. So I finally painted it. I'm not sure I like my color choice...
Transition from the kitchen to the sunroom is seamless. There used to be a one and a half inch drop to the sunroom. Sunroom tiles are 'chocolate'.
The sunroom is our dining room for at least three seasons.
Bathroom got new tile floor, a new sink/vanity, medicine cabinet and light fixture.
We had a bit of difficulty installing the vanity as the baseboard is tile and the cut out was cut about 1/4 inch too short, so the vanity did not slide in against the wall. Some friends offered a fix - put it flush against the tile on the bottom and shim the top and sides. We did that and it looks pretty good.
The floor tiles are a matte finish, actually a bit grainy, a non-slip surface.