PROGRESS IN CHELSEA

The Minimalist bathroom build-outs in Chelsea that I wrote about last week are moving ahead.  As usual, progress is slower than expected, but precision is priority.  “Measure twice, cut once” is ever so important if you are talking about tile.

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The extra-large medicine cabinet was installed in the first bathroom.  Tiling of the shower walls has begun.

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The plywood next to the medicine cabinet will be covered by a mirror.  The medicine cabinet door will be mirrored, also.

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A detail of how the cabinet connects to the wall below.  The little indentation in the cabinet will be taped, plastered and painted.  This way the cabinet side and the wall below will create one smooth surface.

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Moving on to bathroom number two.  The blue accent wall tile is being installed.

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The area above the sink will receive a flat mirror.  The medicine cabinet is installed on the side wall.

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Precision is especially required at external corners.  Here, a detail of how the tile will be wrapped into the window opening.

To be continued…

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