Day 15 was a kind of step forward, step back kind of day. The main components—sink, P-trap, toilet, faucet, shower head, etc.—finally showed up, but they caused quite a bit of rethinking and redoing to happen. The sink and P-trap were more adjustable in height than we had originally understood. That's a good thing, because the sink (really meant to be a low-slung mop sink) can be placed at a more standard height on the wall. However, this adjustment requires some other shifts elsewhere, namely in the tile on the wall. Two more rows will be added.
|Our big, beautiful utility sink.|
|The sink's special supportive P-trap, which has caused us much thinking and consternation at different points.|
|Some tile has to come off before more can go on.|
|Sconces above the laundry area are in; they match the 3-bulb vanity light.|