The kitchen cabinets made the journey from the work shop to the job today. Here they are in the master bedroom awaiting installation.
Tiling. Ugh. Up down, cut measure, very hard on the knees and back.
As with everything on this project, keeping it as bland as possible.
Check out the cool high tech spacers. Like little spaceships. Easier both to use for keeping the tiles the correct distance from each other and to get out once the tile has set.
I'm always amazed at the amount of "stuff" that goes into running a project. The nice thing about this project is that it can all be stored wherever is convenient as there is no resident home owner to work around.
Also, it is a relief to have the house smelling like new paint instead of dead mice and years of fud.
The living room is temporarily saw central.
Tile is up off the kitchen and family room floors. The original plan was just to go over the existing, but it provided too uneven a surface, so up it came. Remember, this house is just built on a concrete slab.
For those of you who never had the pleasure of owner a circa 1960 house, here is what a vintage boiler looks like. Kind of monstrous. We had one like it in our old house and it always scared me a bit. Just doesn't look like something that would actually function.
And here it is, your chandelier photo of the week...