Choice time. How does it look?
A slight side step from bus to garage
Steve continues to create wonders in the upstairs of the bus. The stud walls for the upstairs bathroom can be seen below. As I am now living an hour away my rough line on the floor has not been accurate enough. Poor Steve, I’ve had to as him to take the corridor side wall outContinue reading “Upstairs Progression”
For me the exciting part is beginning, the internal design and creation of sills, shelving, trim and counter tops. Many pieces of paper, pencil chewing, head scratching and measuring tape. Steve is happy with the calculations and is chalking details onto each slice of Oak. A huge jigsaw puzzle trying to find the most efficientContinue reading “From little Acorns might Oaks are Born”
Looking lovely. Why does a space appear so much wider when the ceiling, walls and roof are in?
Walter is a little tipsy turvy Although jacked up on concrete hard standing and the spirit level says Walter is straight!!, the floor isn’t straight or flat, he has had a hard life treated not so gently by divers and passengers alike. The whole floor slopes gently in directions away from the drainage outlets!! TheContinue reading “Laying the downstairs underfloor in Walter”
This weekend my sister, brother in law and nephew popped over for a physically distanced catchup. An ideal opportunity to get others thoughts on the floor plan as I am having problems squeezing everything in. A good question from Oli, Why have a central island and not just a regular oven and hob? Aahhh, butContinue reading “Downstairs design change”
I know nothing about plumbing. Here are my initial thoughts as I am drinking my morning coffee. I rang a couple of plumbers but, no answer, so on my own. I have spent the entire windy, cool day in my little Iceni roundhouse with the heater on tick over watching wallies show me howContinue reading “Plumbing Pontification”