First, we cleared out the bathroom:
Can you believe we stored all that stuff? Are we that high maintenance? I swear I'm not one to use products on my face or in my hair. I just buy things in bulk like toothbrushes and bars of soap.
Then we removed the drawers in the built in sink vanity:
Ready for one of the grossest things you'll ever see on this blog?
Yep, that's about half a decade's worth of hair. Someone ELSE's hair. [Insert shudder here. Repeat.]
Then we unscrewed the pseudo-built in vanity from the wall:
And removed it completely:
Here's a shot of the under side of the counter top (I think it's original to the house):
Here is after the sink vanity removal:
Then we drained the toilet and removed the tank and eventually the toilet as well (although I only got a shot of the tank removal):
What makes this worse than the kitchen demolition is that it is upstairs. Imagine carrying a toilet downstairs. And a sink with a counter top attached. And the vanity...