The sink leaks and has to be replaced. I bought a cheap one from HomePro when I first moved in, and it proved a false economy. The same design by Cotto costs about 4,000 baht:
And here's the new loo:
The french doors have turned out well, though the workers devastated my courtyard (I suppose they needed somewhere to keep their crap, cut and paint the iron and so on, and they did clean it up as best they could). The iron trellis above the door will hold a creeper called Maad Bali, which makes a sort of curtain of air roots:
And from inside:
The downstairs loo/dog shower room is fairly innocuous now -- I decided to paint it white after all and leave it looking cheap and functional -- and has a proper drain:
Really I have no complaints, except for some design flaws that are my own fault (showering in the bathtub is a bit splashy). Wut and his people did a good job and nothing very suprising happened. What can I say?
Of course it's not nearly done, and probably never will be.
Kitti the electrician is coming this week to move, repair and connect some lamps. I need a mirror, replacement sink, shelves