Finally, we were getting into the “fun” stuff – the things that would make it a functioning home: cabinets, fixtures, stairs and appliances. It felt like we were so close to being done, but it was only the beginning of May and we, unknowingly, had another three months of work ahead of us.
At this point, I didn’t really have a clear picture of what all the cabinets and such would look like. I’m not a designer and have trouble visualizing designs in my head, so we just Continue reading “Bathroom cabinetry & fixtures”
Well, would you look at that… another year has gone by as quickly as it takes me to write another post 🙄. Another soggy and windy winter has settled into the Pacific Northwest and it only seems fitting that this next long-delayed post detail the interior process.
Before the insulation was installed, I had already ordered my interior paneling for the walls and ceiling. I went with 5/8” TNG pine paneling to keep weight and cost down. We spent a fair amount of time comparing 5/16” paneling vs 5/8” paneling. Of course, it would have been nice to go with the thinner material to reduce weight. But after trying a small test area, we determined the 5/16” was a little too flimsy. When the material Continue reading “Interior work begins”