|As you can see, the customer didn't think I was crazy|
and liked the idea of the black steps and trim on the door!
The roof has been glued down properly and shingled:
|Before: Popped roof panel in the front.|
|After: Roof panel sanded, glued down, painted and shingled!|
The raw wood interior, water/mildew damaged and previously occupied by a furry woodland creature, was cleaned, sealed, and primed:
|BEFORE: Water damage on the walls.|
|AFTER: Ready for the family to move in!|
The entire first level received wood flooring . . .
|BEFORE: Raw wood|
|AFTER: Primed, flooring down, ready for play!|
|AFTER: I'm a nut (you knew that), but those wood floors are amazing and,|
combined with the stairs, they were my favorite part of this renovation!
|BEFORE: Loved but neglected in a garage for a few years left this|
house needing a make-over.
|AFTER: One classy home anyone would be proud to have on their block!|
|BEFORE: House was a bit drafty.|
|AFTER: Loving the Majestic Mansion's Palladian Front Door!|
Up this week is another Colonial style house that is just getting an archway cut out from the kitchen to the living room and a replacement window put on the front. Some roomboxes for a customer are getting lights wired in to the ceilings. A few display boxes for the store are getting wallpapered. And the customer's Contemporary Ranch house is assembled to the shell stage (no exciting stories there other than one wall having been cut too long by Real Good Toys which caused some minor expletives to be uttered) and it is ready to be painted! I will be busy the next week or two getting these small projects out of the way so that we can all enjoy the next project: decorating a Haborside Mansion!