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My husband Dan and I are remodeling our new home. Since our three girls are a little older, we decided to change a few things. We always wanted a dining room, but the house did not have one, so after a lot of discussion we decided to make the master bedroom into a dining room. We are converting the master closet into a linen closet, and storage for all of the cleaning supplies.Then we are going to move the Laundry room into where the previous master bath was, and convert the old laundry room into the pantry of my dreams. All while staying married.
Yes, I too thought this could never be done, but you should see my new master suite in our daylight basement. My husband installed a propane fire place, tiled the floor, created a huge walk in closet the size of a room, as well a new office, and work out room. We are using the Master bath in Valerie Spaulding's home on Rainier Ct.( sorry for copying Val, it was too cool) as an inspiration for our new master bath. If you want to see it- I provided a link to Valerie's web site. It is amazing!I even have secret areas to hide Christmas presents, and a window seat to read in. I love it. So how can this new endeavor be hard?
We found mold! Dan took out the tiled shower in the old master bath, and the wall and insulation were really moldy. The whole house smells. It about knocked me over when I walked in the door after work yesterday. How did this happen? I don't think a pre-inspection would have picked this up because you could not see it. We have not even used that bathroom for a year, and this a relatively new home.(Spec built in Nov. 2005, and we are the first ones to live there.) We have been bleaching all night and that stubborn stuff is resisting. It smells better, but I am really concerned about how big a deal this may become. Any suggestions?
P.S. Please don't mention this little remodel to the tax assessor:)
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