And the kitchen guy didn't even get back to me yet. This was just removing a wall by the fridge so I can have a fridge cabinet built, which creates more drywall dust than a new wall!
Here's the floor.
Yes the table is wearing socks.
Here's the other end showing the new doorway.
You can see how many doors I would have had to repaint, because I wanted a different trim color in the new room. The broom closet is a single door but those other two have two doors each. Closing it off defined the room, the foyer, and the new door to the garage is the only one I need to paint now. A simple solution and now I can choose any color I want.
But I did get some stitching in and will continue to do so, in 95 degree temps with 2,514% humidity, with a hot pack on my neck so I can look down. Between the flashes, the temps, and the pack, stick a fork in me - I'm cooked.
And finally - meet the newest members of my crew.
Mickey and Sparky.
I'm still cleaning up dust and don't know why because more is to come. Besides, I want Eliza finished by the end of the week so maybe the dust should stay. My other project is coming up with the final pear. Can you believe half of July is over already? Honestly, the graph is a complete blank. My pear has shriveled up like everything else.
Thanks for visiting! Stay safe!!