After: The Interior And What We Did To It Sorry some of these photos are a bit grainy and dark. Also, on a side note... Perhaps our home renovation might spark some ideas for your own. Many of the unfinished, pine doors we got from that same supplier, and they were half the cost of what they were at Home Depot. It looked so nice, we removed the curtain rod that once hid the alcove. Steve re-routed the main light switch, putting it inside the toilet instead of out in the hall. Well, I guess I'll stop there. We liked the brickwork in the kitchen/dining area and the wraparound counter top. The area was tiled and painted, and we used leftover travertine tile from my in-laws' house to make a one-row backslash around the new toilet vanity. So, all I have to do is change the bit type to the one I need, whether it's one for sanding or one for cutting wood or even one for cutting metal.