Walls are sewn up with sheets of moisture-resistant gypsum fiber.
Such sheets have a thickness of 2-2.5 cm, this will serve as a serious protection for the tree from moisture that will form in your bathroom.
In order for the tile to perfectly adhere to the wall and delight you with its beauty for many years, the walls are carefully processed with the Concrete Contact compound.
Installation of tiles begins with the floor. Floor tiles are laid in a perfectly horizontal plane, for this you need to regularly use the building level.
If the plane of the original floor is far from ideal, it is necessary to level it, gradually increasing the layer of glue.
Wall tiles must be glued from the bottom row, gradually moving up.
When the installation of wall tiles is completed, we proceed to the jointing. This process is carried out with a special solution for joint stitching. The solution is rubbed into the tile joints with a soft rubber spatula.
You need to work with the grouting solution quite quickly, since it crystallizes quite quickly and dries. It is best not to treat the entire surface at once, but its small segments.
Excess mortar is removed from the surface of the tile with a soft, dry cloth.
In order for the ceiling to have a smooth smooth surface, it was decided to use sheets of moisture-proof drywall. To begin with, a frame of racks was mounted on the ceiling.
Then, sheets of drywall were hemmed to this frame.
Conventional drywall is not advisable to use in rooms with high humidity. And since it is planned to install a bathtub with a hydromassage in our bathroom, it is necessary to approach the selection of all materials with special care. Drywall was treated with modern cement putty and painted in several layers with snow-white paint for wet rooms.
In order to make the junction line between the ceiling and the wall look clear and harmonious, a white polystyrene foam skirting board was fixed along the perimeter line. This skirting board is glued to any surface using conventional mounting glue.
In order for the baseboard to fit perfectly, the corners must be cut using a special building miter.
Now it remains to erase traces of paint and putty from the walls and floor. Our wonderful modern bathroom is ready.