A few new details to mention here! First up: the wood framing for the bathtub was recently added along with water resistant drywall shown below in blue.
Another detail illustrated here is the kerf cut in the door (seen below). The kerf is a slice which allows for a piece of metal to go between the new dry wall and existing wall. This forms a perfect 90 degree angle that enables the construction works to set the door directly into the framing so you don’t need a jamb or trim.
Also shown here is the fireplace, which is almost finished- we’ve added the coats of scratch and brown plaster, now we’re just waiting on the finish!