Day Fifty-Seven - Sixty, 11 - 15 December, 2015No photos on Friday, the 11th.
For the 12th, Saturday, we have a few. The pocket doors have been framed out for a few days. Now they're actually being fitted and finished. While they were installing the doors, they took off one side of the frame on each door to ease working on the door and the track.
|Bedroom Pocket Door Hung|
|Adding Strengthening Brackets to Pocket Door Frame|
|Marking Brackets For Trimming|
|Adding Last Pieces to South Gable|
|North Gable Almost Done|
|Trimming Gable Siding|
|Bathroom Pocket Door Hung|
|Bedroom Pocket Door With PlyCem Attached|
|Living Room Side of Pocket Door|
|From the Bedroom Side|
|How It Looks With Door Closed|
|South Gable Done Except Screen|
|North Gable Still in Progress|
|Bedroom Pocket Door Near Completion|
|Bathroom Pocket Door Near Completion|
|Reverse Side of Bedroom Pocket Door|
We ordered three of the double fan on top of the photo. One will be in the living room, the next in the bedroom, and the last on the veranda as part of the living room. Combined, it has a seventy-four inch coverage. Pretty good. I've also ordered twelve-inch downrods for each of the ceiling fans as the four-inch ones that are included are simply inadequate.
The middle fan will be used in the office and in the bathroom. It has a fifty-four inch coverage, so we aren't messing around with tiny little fans here. Air movement is key to comfort.
And since we're going to have an eight-foot vanity in the bathroom, we decided to order a large seven light fixture to go above the vanity, as shown in the bottom of the photo.
|Fans and Lights|
|Smooth All the Way Around|
|Smooth Plaster Applied|
|Finishing Smooth Plaster|
|Bringing In Clost Doors|
|One of the Upper Closet Doors|
Here's the inside of one of the main closet doors. The holes are for the hidden hinges that will be applied.
|Closet Door Inside|
|Second Closet Door Outside|
There's many more photos than appear in each posting. You can see all the photos of the construction project on Flickr at: https://www.flickr.com/gp/winjama/0wVc3s. There will be new photos added each day of the project.