Well, the tile phase of the project is finally over. As unexpectedly expected, it took a week to do something I had only allotted two days for and $500 for something I only allotted $100 for. Such is remodeling life when you have an old house. It needed to be done, though, so whatev.
The bulk of the expense was getting the plumber to put in the toilet and sink. Since we used Saltillo tile, it raised the floor up about an inch and a half, and it wasn't level, so that's why we left it up to the plumber to deal with. If you didn't know, imperfection is the nature of Saltillo. Since they're handmade, all of the tiles are different shapes, widths, textures, colors. So they're gorgeous, but they're a pain in the poop to lay and work with. I know that seems counterintuitive because if it doesn't have to be perfect, then what's the problem, but trust me.
|My other bathroom|
|Old lady floral tiles|
If you see a pretty Spanish shower curtain anywhere, let me know!!!