Beveled glass and nickel hardware.
- in Renovation
Watch the margins.
This week was pretty busy, We got a new front door, a screen door, found the tiles we need for the bathroom, moved more kitchen cabinets, fixed more walls, and threw some more paint.
I came home from work to start an evening’s project, and noticed this giant hole in the house.
Ron got started early and picked up the door and tore the old one out
We had to widen the hole as the old door was only a 32 inch door, this one is 36 inch to meet code.
It’s in, but still needs some trim work.
Here is a little bit of detail on the glass.
Ron built a few cabinets out of salvaged ones for this side of the kitchen.
Ella and Scooby Doo came to visit today!
“Zoinks Scoob! It’s pretty hot, you should stay on the porch where it’s shady!”
Ella helped by washing a small section of the side of the house, for like 40 minutes.
Scooby is a very white dog, to be in such a dirty project.
I managed to finish priming the rest of the 3rd floor, so these fine ladies could toss on a layer of ultra white paint.
Sandy rolls paint on the ceiling of the third floor.
Hey! The third floor is white now!
A visitor came to check out the paint, but he was a troublemaker and was escorted out by security.
Time for a break, this is hard work.
Karin primed the bathroom today
Jessie paints the trim around the door
…and the closet door…
Who dripped white paint on the yellow wall???
Amy and Sandy removed the masking after they finished the final coat on the purple room.
Sandy collected all the tape so we could reuse it as a fun game.