To really sneak up on the fit, the curlies should be transparent
and have to be vacuumed off the ceiling.
You're on the slipper slope now.
You'll find neandering to be compatible with late night
woodworking - when quiet rules. The sound of a japanese
pull saw, the almost imperceptible noise a paring chisel
makes as it slices of a small shaving of wood, a shoulder
plane taking off just the skosh needed for the joint to
go together just so, a smoothing plane or scraper wooshing
over wood, leaving a shiny burnished surface behind.
In the calm of the night use a quiet and calming tool.
But when it's daylight and the noise level begins to
rise - kick on the dust collector and compressor
and fire up the table saw, miter saw, joiner and
(who wants thought all you needed was a cabinet
saw, a jointer and a planer - ok - and a router
or two - and a few clamps - ya gotta have clamps)