Job description was adding two closets, and an over the window wall
cabinet for storage, in a 90 year old house, while matching the crown,
baseboard, shoe molding, and match the doors, and door trim, in the rest
of the house.
Finished up, paint ready, this morning after four days of work. Client
is doing the painting herself:
My bones are telling me this morning that I'm getting too old for this.
Physically: Drywall, same texture as the existing walls in the house.
Same baseboard shoe and crown ... believe it or not (that's what the
client wanted, and why my back hurts - doing trim carpentry small spaces).
Utility: The client has a shelving system currently in use. Part of the
specs for the closets called for the apparently expensive, existing wire
clothes hanging system, and the wire drawer system, four components
total, be incorporated into the new closets.
Those shelving systems are blocked out to scale in the framing plan here:
Placement for this expensive system was critical in the design of the
closets, because the space was limited, and the drawers open full
extension to 27", so to open fully the drawer path must coincide with an
opened closet door.
The devil is always in the details ... and attention to detail is the
difference between mediocrity and supremacy. ;)
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