Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Insulation, Drywall and Painting.

I did not take any pictures of the insulation and drywall aspects of this project.
Perhaps this is because these processes are truly miserable.
I managed to come to the insulation phase of this project on what was one of the hottest, most humid days of the year.
Given the itchy unpleasantness of insulation I also wore long sleeves and pants and by the afternoon nearly passed out.
But fear not, all was fine and I finished up the next day and proceeded with the drywall.
Drywall is another miserable task beginning with the hoisting of large heavy panels that break or mar easily
and is followed with the unpleasant task of applying joint compound, sanding and repeating
and repeating.
hot and dusty and disgusting.
at any rate, when it is all done it is time to paint!
So here are those pictures:

The Kitchen. Replete with three-compartment sink.

The Oven, with blue bathroom visible to the left.
Those great tables (and the 3-compartment sink) came from an on line auction
of the equipment from a closed SuperFresh store in Rosedale, MD)

Balcony Rail (will keep me from falling out of the office.)

1 comment:

Amy said...

Wow, Mark, I can't believe how great this looks! well, actually, i can believe it because you're obviously great, but yeah, i can't believe that's the new home for the fabulous bread oven that made our wedding guests so happy not quite 2 years ago. well done, sir.