Posts about posts! And holes and studs and timbers and all of the various pieces that make a house a place to live as opposed to an ominous pile of materials a truck drops off beside a big hole.
Making the range hood in the basement workshop. Finally those tall ceilings downstairs are showing their usefulness!
Can you guess which room belongs to the only daughter of the house?
Milly learning how to make cookies. She did it all by herself and no one complained of any egg shells!
Baby Bo explains the work that went into the balcony rails and posts. Some of the door trim, lighting, and timber framing in the living room can also be seen.
Dana uses gel stain on the main entrance to finish things up.
Adding the in-ceiling speakers. One in the kitchen, one in dining room, two in the wood soffit on the back deck, and two in the cathedral part of the living room.
Finn looks down off the finished back deck on a foggy morning. Copper post caps by sheetmetalcaps.com (highly recommended!)
The boys and I took a break from homebuilding (and before we sold our trusty backhoe) and built a pump track to race their bikes around on.
Another look at the bathroom vanity we built using leftover timber pieces and iron pipe. Ikea Braviken sink and faucet.
Chip helps put together a vanity for the basement bathroom. We used some leftover timbers for the vanity top and iron pipe for the base.