07 December, 2015

Pool House Expansion Project, Day Forty-Seven 27/11/15

More progress on the inside of the house.

Day Forty-Seven, 27 November, 2015

Not so much re-sized as repositioned. The original positioning was a bit too high. We'd have had to use a stool or step-ladder to get to the control. Much better this way.
Resized Window Over Toilet
Carl and Omar have hit it as far as the right color shade for the inside of the house - a very light blue. Not paint, but a wash of tint and mortar should give us the texture and effect we're looking for.
Very Light Shade of Blue
Omar is finishing the screen opening around the walkway and the window/louver opening for the house proper.
Omar Smoothing Screen Openings
Each of the window opening in the house will have a slight downward slope to the outside to encourage proper drainage away from the window openings. Not that we're anticipating much moist
Inside Walkway Walls About Done
The shower walls will be finished soon, as far as their construction is concerned. Here's a stack of 4" block that will be the wall that holds the shower controls.
Blocks Destined For Shower Wall
A slight break in the action to show our repairs to the pool are done and its filled again. That only took thirteen hours to fill. I let it do that while we slept. Sure is looking good.
Thirteen Hours to Refill Pool
Here's out pocket doors. We're keeping the basket-weave constant throughout the house. Looks pretty good, I must say.
Beautiful Pocket Doors
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. 

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