After construction finished Tuesday, I wasted no time starting the demolition process. Demo is my favorite part. For the most part you can't do it wrong and when you are done it is obvious that progress has been made. It took four days (two alone and two with Daniel's help) along with two trips to the dump to finally have the whole thing cleaned out.
Goodbye poorly constructed, dark shower.
Goodbye strange open shelving too close to the bathroom. Even my two attempts at covering you weren't enough.
Goodbye tiny sink and awkward nooks.
Goodbye un-level ceiling.
Sometimes goodbyes aren't that difficult. The good news is that we are ready to start the next phase of the project and finish framing everything out. The bad news is that our builder is super busy. Boo. I hate to have the project stalled out but I'm not sure I'm ready to take on framing. Until then I'll be planning and saving for all of the updates we want to do. That's a pretty fun part of the process too.
You can see phase one and phase two here.