Season 2, Episode 6

Fort Worth, Texas: 1920's Bathroom Restoration

Restoration Realities visits Fort Worth, Texas, and the home of Randy and Lin Parham. Randy is a dentist and his wife, Lin, is his dental hygienist. The Parhams bought a large 1920s Neo-Georgian home. One room in the house that is almost completely original is an upstairs bathroom. It had a modern toilet and light fixture added in 1977. Other than that, it made a perfect candidate to bring it back to how it looked when it was built in 1922. Our host, Bill Click, and carpenter sidekick, Chris Babcock, join homeowners, the Parhams, to help them restore this very special original 1922 bathroom. And in that process, the Parhams learn that their dentistry skills come in handy during the restoration. The restoration also includes a visit to an old-home-parts salvage store in search of a period toilet commode.
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