More happy dances were in order this past weekend after I finished grouting the pink wall tiles in my master bathroom. Yes, things are really starting to take shape in there — getting ever closer to a finished bathroom. Pam asked me to do an impromptu video to show how my bathroom is looking with freshly grouted walls — so if you have about four minutes to spare — why not listen to me geek out about wall grout. You can even play a fun game and count how many times I say, “exciting.”Heck yeah there is more →
Monday afternoon felt like Christmas morning at my house. Why, you ask? Because after 90+ hours of work — planning, cutting and adhering — my B&W pink ceramic wall tiles are all finally installed. When the very last tile was put into place, the happy dancing commenced. The pink tile makes it the space “glowy,” as Pam would say. And after having the floor covered up to protect it from mortar spills during the install, it finally came out of hiding to meet the wall tiles. Let me tell you — I am in love. Heck yeah there is more →
Kate uses epoxy grout to grout the “fussy” mosaic tile on her bathroom floor
After all my hard work installing the mosaic floor tile in my master bathroom, it was time to seal it all in with grout. Not one to just slap any old grout on my beautiful new floor tile, I did much research to choose not only the right color grout — but also to choose the right grout product. I was scared to work with epoxy grout for the first time. But I used it — SpectraLOCK epoxy grout(*affiliate link) in particular. It turned out to be much easier than I expected — and it looks great. Read on for the complete grout saga–>
There hasn’t been much talk of my bathroom remodel since I posted some of my finalized design decisions in February. But I have been hard at work! Believe it or not, the remodel has been in full swing since mid May — when my husband and I suffered through three days of difficult demo.