STAGE SEVEN - RADIATOR, DOOR, DOOR HARDWARE, MOLDINGS, TOWEL RACKS, SHUTTERS, SHOWER CURTAIN and GARBAGE CAN
The radiator was installed.
It used to be in the hallway but we didn't need one there.
It's also a great towel warmer.
It was refinished and looks like new.
The closet door knobs were installed.
All of the doors on the second floor were as old as the house - over 130 years old! They were very thin and had many coats of paint on them. We decided to restore all of them instead of purchasing new ones. It took one day just to sand one side of one door. This is a picture of the bathroom door after it was sanded to the bare wood and primed.
The old hardware on the old doors were beyond restoration so we had to purchase new hardware. Vandykes.com had just what we needed. These were as close to the original door hardware we could find. They were installed on all of the doors.
The bathroom door was painted and the new door hardware was installed.
Door and crown molding were installed.
More crown molding.
A new towel rack was installed.
Window shutters were installed.
We picked the fabric and Tina's mom spent weeks sewing the shower curtain for us.
The fabric was hand-embroidered crewel.
Shower curtain tied back.
And finally... the garbage can.