The man behind the plan... an "Environmental" Portrait
Getting a little ahead of the project, I had a lighting assignment involving three-point lighting, so I chose to take the Carpenter's image.
I figure he deserves his accolades for getting this project completed in timely fashion.
Wood Wood... on the floor, is this reconstruct a real bore?
Well, you can see the mudding is, for the most part, complete. The floor, happily, is also.
We are replacing the old room doors with three new "six-panel" doors and a darn 16", "three panel" linen closet door, that actually costs 50% more than any one of the other three. There is a lot to be said about conformity.
It has been a pretty good week for the project... most of the truly dramatic alterations are, for the most part, over. Of course, the wood floor "leveling" with the sander is a pretty heavy shock wave to a household, but that will have to take place later. For now, a coat of varnish should merge the wood together, color-wise. The improvement to the household has yet to be realized, as the original entrance to the upstairs has been widened and heightened, allowing for much larger furniture to be taken up there. It was one of the more restrictive elements to the house.
Creative use of holes, I guess. The house just has a much more inviting and "open" feel to it, even as the construction continues.