Cleaning the bathroom

Since we are trying to get some of the little stuff done while we are waiting for warmer weather, we decided to clean up the only full bathroom in the Mooreland House. The plaster and brick in there was about 6 inches thick in places. The “after” pictures were taken after we had started working on the room above and dropped more stuff on the floor. It looked great for a few minutes…

8 thoughts on “Cleaning the bathroom

  1. Catherine L Rieker January 18, 2021 / 18:12

    Im surprised its the only full bathroom in this house. Great cleanup can’t wait to see it all refurbished

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    • moorelandhouse January 18, 2021 / 18:19

      One thing cool about the Mooreland House is that it was never really remodeled. This was the only bathroom on the second floor and there was a small bathroom with a sink and commode on the first floor. Someone added another small bathroom with a sink and commode near the kitchen in the 1980’s or so.

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  2. Healing Hearts January 18, 2021 / 22:38

    That is one long RAD in there. It still amazes me all the work you two put into this house. Looking forward to see the bathroom in all it’s glory

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    • moorelandhouse January 19, 2021 / 06:17

      It must have really pumped out the heat in it’s day! Someone wanted a warm bathroom for sure.

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  3. SusanG January 19, 2021 / 00:50

    Wow! Looking better already! The two of you do some nice work! 👍. Lovin’ the short squatty radiator!

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    • moorelandhouse January 19, 2021 / 06:19

      At one time there was a cover over it that you could sit on. Must have been a hot seat.

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  4. carhartt986 January 20, 2021 / 10:08

    Are the sconces and hanging light fixture original to the house? I can barely see the hanging fixture but it does look old.

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    • moorelandhouse January 20, 2021 / 12:33

      No. The hanging fixture is probably from the 1960s or so. The sconces might be around the same time. The originals would have been gas/electric.

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