I have just realised that, for all the recent discussion over the ladies toilet project, I have not actually posted any pictures. I would say that 50% of my customers don’t see the ladies but, given most of them have a professional interest, that is not true. Nonetheless many of the blog readers and many of my customers will not see the transformation of the toilets so it seems only right that I should share them here.
It is probably worth reiterating that the toilets, of themselves, were not a project that I needed to do. I needed to ‘steal’ some area from the ladies for future garden access and in order to do this the toilets needed demolition and, therefore, rebuilding.
As with everything at the Plough, despite many shaking heads, we continued with the policy of doing the best that we could do. There is no benefit in trying to cut corners or reuse (except for the obvious short-term cash saving) do the job once and do it right is the Plough way.
So here is the evidence of yet another capex at the Plough. First off, a couple of shots of how the toilets were:
Next, for the geeks, a couple of work in progress shots:
And finally some (nearly) completed shots, this was just before a live music session so almost a ‘pre-launch’ the fans are in and the grouting is finished now!
I hope that you will all agree that once again an abject lack of design skills or colour matching has been overcome by passion for the old place.