This is not much of a remodel unless you count a new sink and vanity. Here's our redo of a small apartment bathroom. I am hoping to show it step by step, but already missed out on the 'before' shot. Have to be quick when DS is working. First thing out, after shutting off the water was the stool. Then son tore out the vinyl and the 3/4 plywood flooring under it to find a soggy mess around the stool. End of day one. The subfloor needed time to dry out so we set a fan to blow on the area and left. It wasn't in our plans to touch the wall behind the stool, but hubby had it half way off before son saw what he was doing. I guess it was for the best as the wall beside the tub was also wet where there is now a hole in the wall to repair. It seems that everyone wants a shower. I allow the hand shower attachment only if they keep the second shower curtain as a window covering. So far in the two apartments here with windows we have had no problems with the window trim. Here's the 1956 wall mount sink. I believe this is the last we will have replaced in the four unit building. I've checked. I can sell the faucet for $50 to a dealer in "restorations". The sink(s) he said he would love to get, but shipping costs East make it unaffordable. As I said, I have to be fast. DH and I went to buy some supplies and the new vanity/sink. Son had the subfloor repaired and most of the new plywood in place. When we left son was filling the screw holes to make the plywood base smooth for the new flooring. I hope to get an after photo tomorrow. We do plan to be finished with the bathroom tomorrow. Should have been a two day job, but the wet floor needed to dry the first day. More photos to follow.