Finished my cheap DIY bathroom

I forgot to post pics and people have been asking.
This was a bathroom out in my backyard. It would have been used by the people who worked in the little bakery/factory.
It had a HWS in it and two toilet cubicles.
I moved the HWS outside and made it one big room.
I used second hand stuff and cheap tiles - expertly laid.
The aim was always to have a utilitarian, hose-out bathroom.
These are the before pics.
 

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Here are some 'after' ones in no particular order.
 

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Another 4 'after' pics. The dunny roll holder and shower rail were made from the bits I stripped out of the bathroom. The towel rail was some old copper and a couple of boat rail fittings I found in my shed.
 

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Amazing what can be achieved with some thought and elbow grease.
Love the toilet roll holder and the grout too, you just convinced me to lay the tiles in my place in brick pattern with GP cement grout.
Great work, those extra touches made by yourself gives it so much character and something to look at and play with whilst on the dunny.
 
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