Believe it or not, we're in the home stretch already. Should be another couple of weeks if everything comes together OK.
At this point, there are no more decisions to make, just need to line everybody up to do the finish work in the most reasonable order.
I forgot to mention last week that the French doors are really cool. They have blinds built in between the panes of glass so you never have to dust them. Sweet.
Robo Ronnie made this decorative fan for the little peak that was formally the Swiss Chalet. Nice to have those extra touches that make the house unique.
He also spent some time putting the frames in for the lower cabinets. This way Jarrod can start tiling the kitchen. Of course that would be on Tuesday as the boys implored the Mr. to give them the day off on Memorial Day (what, does this look like a union job?).
Eric has the first coat of paint on most of the interior walls. Kind of hard to see, but the family room is a nice soft yellow. Very cheery.
The two smaller bedrooms have a neutral taupe. Just enough to add warmth as opposed to the stark white paint that you often see in new houses.
This is quite clever. How do you paint a bunch of doors? Apparently, you set them up like a maze and then walk around spraying them.
Now the plan is; get the paint finished, install the base cabinets in the kitchen, get the counter tops made, do the exterior, re-assemble the kitchen and bathrooms and last of all install the carpet. Piece of cake, right?