Bathroom done

Finishing up the interior trim this week. We had a bunch of tin roofing left on our property when we bought it. We're pretty sure it may have been the original roof that was on the cabin. I've used some of it to build a woodshed, a chicken coop, and a covered area next to my shop to park the lawnmower, ATVs, and kayaks. I used some of what was left to cover one of the bathroom walls.

In the future, I may put a door in that wall, leading to an outdoor shower. Right now, I just want to get the house finished, so that may come later. Putting up the tin will allow me to take it down easily. It also looks pretty cool. I've run out of the red oak I used on the other walls anyway. 

A view from the "living room".

A view from the "living room".

It's hard to get a good angle to show that the bathroom is actually a little bigger than it seems!

It's hard to get a good angle to show that the bathroom is actually a little bigger than it seems!

Put some simple shelves in the corner made from leftover scraps.

Put some simple shelves in the corner made from leftover scraps.

Toilet paper holder, lightswitch, and electrical control panel on the opposite wall. 

Toilet paper holder, lightswitch, and electrical control panel on the opposite wall. 

A light socket's view of the floor.

A light socket's view of the floor.