Hello there everyone. :) We are just busier than a cat in a sandbox here. (quoting my Dad, in honor of him and his 60th birthday today!!! Happy birthday Dad. We love you. And you really do only seem 50.)
Shane’s been slaving away on the interior cabinets and trim and it looks awesome! I finally got a break from my pesky job to go out and do some work on our house today. (I am currently doing construction documents for 4000+ sf homes…ironic? I’m actually glad to have work)
Without further ado, here are some photos of the cabinetry / millwork / casework / trim / etc…
The window trim looks so amazing! So many plys! It looks so clean and square and really shows off the plywood. I’ll get a close-up shot too if I think of it.
The built-in couch is going to be great. tons of storage, built-in side tables that will eventually have some sort of fold-out desk surfaces. You can see in the photo above the raw plywood, and the stained plywood (the back). We’re clear-coating all the plywood to make it last, and keep it clean, etc.
My next task is to sew some upholstered cushions for the couch. I’m thinking a nice bright green… The cubbies in the back of the couch are just that: cubbies. more storage.
2-burner cooktop on the left; sink on the right. Fridge on the right under the counter. After looking at the ginormous size of a convection oven, we decided to just do all our cooking in a toaster oven / convection / countertop oven. It will be stored under the counter except when we’re using it. Also – no freezer. gasp. I think it will be fine. In our freezer right now we have one chunk of unidentifiable meat from a cow in Saquache County, Colorado from … 1997? Shane? And a frozen pizza. And I usually burn through ice cream in one sitting. If it doesn’t work, we will buy a mini freezer for under the counter.
What else can I show you? More deck photos:
In other news… we found a place to park it – here in Prescott. A residential neighborhood with RV hookups added. $300 including all utilities. Awesome. Next to some nice granite boulder piles. Moving in … 11 days! ? Oh man. I’m having a hard time falling asleep at night there is so much to do – and even more to think about doing.
We’re ready to build the next custom tiny home! so contact us if you’re interested! We’ve been thinking of selling them “dry-in” too – which is framed, sheeted, roofed, w/ windows & doors – which the owner can then finish out to their liking and at their leisure. As soon as I get some free time I’ll put some other plan options up – maybe an art studio plan, a guest cottage, and granny / mother-in-law cottage. Any other small houses anyone needs designed and built?
take care – and keep the comments coming! very motivating.