Since I am not moving anytime soon I’m not so worried about wires rattling loose, cabinets shifting or other casualties of transit. So, I am proceeding with more trim projects.
Since some of my handiwork was slipshod, I’ve resorted to iron-on birch edging. Most of my seams are tight, but there are a few gaps and this is one fix. Cut, iron, stain and poly.
My little spice rack even gets a facelift…more of that Baltic birch edging I’m so fond of. Although I am striving for a modicum of authenticity, I can’t help putting my personal stamp on things.
Another thing that needs to happen before I take occupancy on 5/1/20 is footings. During the heavy rains of late 2019 (seems like so long ago as we settle into another drought pattern), my ajustable jacks have sunk in the mud. After I get the floor installed, the stove in and the toilet seated, I am going to raise Sparta up a bit to better maintain level and take some load off the tires.
This stuff is fun.