has been postponed because of the cold weather. (painting, plastering
and flooring) Today Joe says he'll be "hackin and slashin" the old
water and waste pipes to make room for the new plastic ones. Rocky
will be buttoning up the kitchen lighting and outlets. Ma and I will
be somewhere in between. Floor guys come back Wednesday to begin the
entire second floor and touch up the third. Also doing the stair
treads! And I'm leaving for California on Thursday a.m. So the next
three days will be pedal to the metal!
last night... and now he's feeling much better.
It's perfect because:
1. It ends my quest for a non-wooden surface around the sink area
(where was thinking concrete $$)
2. It's recycled
3. Stainless steel is clean and easy
4. That little pink sticker says $65
nice clean slate (and liking the cool grey color of the sheet rock)
almost done upstairs? Maybe...
tall mantle that has hidden hookups for a flat screen tv. Not that I
condone TVs in the bedroom, but for some lucky bachelor/ette this will
be a baller pad!
installed! It'll be turned on next week- unless it goes back to 70
degrees in Boston.
will be sheetrocked. No more wallpapers!
tag team knocked out these floors in a day. The space feels so much
brighter without all that brown paint, I only wish there was a way to
keep the raw matte finish of the wood (in the last photo is them
adding a few layers of poly.) Maybe in the kitchen we should try that.
ceiling that's in great shape. While it might be difficult to restore
this one section, we could certainly use the crown pieces and tin
panels to repair the kitchen's tin ceiling where it has been damaged.