Since we will be moving a wall, we are going to have to cut into flooring anyways. And our flooring right now is liveable...whereas our little bathroom with a pedestal sink and no vanity is not the most enjoyable space.
So...that means...bathroom reno!! Woo hoo! We have another full bath in our basement (it's scary, but useable) so we won't be totally out of commission.
To give you a sense of our current bathroom space, here's a shot from one of our pre-posession house visits:
Obviously we got rid of the mint green, doily curtain, and put up a shower curtain...but we still have the same ugly floor tile and the same SMALL size.
Enter...reno. :) It will be messy, and long, but soooo worth it when we can stop bonking heads as we're brushing our teeth at night. Now the decision is - do we hire someone to do the general oversight, or do we do that part ourselves? We have an electrician (to re-wire the switches once the wall is moved), HVAC guy (to move/replace the rad), and the only plumbing change is moving the sink back. We could hire someone to do the tile and the drywalling. What do you think?