I don’t know about you, but night time bathroom visits are now the norm. OK, TMI? The very though of walking the length of the upstairs, past a couple of sleeping people, down spiral steps, walking the length of the downstairs, past another sleeping person and then ducking to go through the bathroom door… a definite NO thank you. An upstairs bathroom is a luxury we have space for. So…. here it is
The stud wall going in. The bathroom floor space is a very sweet 3 meter squared. It is positioned between the master (really!!) bedroom and the upstairs seating area.
Do you like the little sink with specially made steel shelf, cool for cats Ali.
The light and fan are 12v and run from the solar panels on the bus roof. Pictures of the solar installation coming soon.
With such a small area we could choose very expensive wall tiles and not break the bank. Thanks Hannah, great suggestion.
A bespoke compost toilet. vido of how it works below and borrowed from the chaps I was inspired by.
8 months of discussions, site visits and general excitement have lead to not a solitary pipe being laid. Until today Joe Harrison and Aaron have begun work installing all the heating and water systems in Walter. A day for celebration and a private relief :))
Coach seats in place, temporarily placed to ensure the spacing is correct. The wheel arch has been blocked in and makes the platform for the cupboard, TV room and dining room chairs. Looking great guys.
You see the weathered slices of oak trunk on the left. Below you can see the steps taken by that wood, in the saw mill, cutting to size and installed as the waney edged kitchen counter with the sink inserted. All cut to size and will now be sealed with 5 coats of OSMO oil.
Meanwhile, downstairs the kitchen and waney edged counter top are going in. Also notice the oak window sills are in. From the look of it, the broom by the door in the bottom photo, everything is really clean and tidy.