|Alex's bathroom; see the shower door and the blinding white paint?|
|See the silver handle on the master shower?|
|View from inside the master shower... blinding white paint on the right.|
And we have light as well. Lights have been installed at the bottom of the cabinets (and work) and the lights inside the shower have been installed (and work). Not everything installed is actually working. These bathrooms are extremely complicated from a fan and light perspective and we think it is taking longer than the electrician anticipated. He has us lit up more or less, and he will come back around for the third bathroom and finish up.
|Under cabinet lighting in Alex's bathroom.|
|This isn't an exciting picture but it is an overhead light in Alex's bathroom that|
has a heater! No heat in his bathroom so this is the compromise.
|You can see the under cabinet lighting in this shot.|
And we have storage! Lots and lots of storage. After our teeny-tiny mid-century modern bathrooms with drawers and cabinets you couldn't open all the way because they butted up to the toilets, this is far beyond my wildest dreams.
|Under cabinet storage. Yay.|
|Medicine cabinet in master. This is my section! Glass shelves.|
And another section to the left of my section for Albert.
And finally, what is this god-awful eyesore? This is an in-wall "whisper fan" from Panasonic, designed to pull the stench from the master toilet area up and out of the bathroom. This was needed because the master shower doors go all the way to the ceiling as a "look" and therefore provide no access to window for escaping odors. Not only is the fan beige but it sticks out almost 3" from the wall. What the?
|Wow. Beige, black logo, labels all over the bottom. I could paint it and remove the labels I guess.|
This is what the fan looks like on the Panasonic site below. But there are no color choices to select and clearly the fan above is not white like the fan below. The Panasonic logo is large and black as well which is pretty poor. None of the other fans have logos splatted all over them. Not a lot of choices in in-wall venting so I have a big decision to make. And my nostrils may win over my ever so fine design sensibility. What do you think about this horrible but necessary eyesore?
|Panasonic Whisper Wall Ventilation Fan|
See the final product, the mid-century modern bathrooms totally remodeled!