Now...say the title of this post like this:
"Gunter Glieben Glauchen Globen."
It's the SheetRock of Ages.
And it's up. And taped. And mudded. And sanded.
Great. That means I now have about 20 gallons of primer and paint to apply.
It's been a completely boring week though, and the pictures are pretty much just...well...boring drywall.
And that's a total excuse for my being a complete blogging slacker the past week.
Here's a ceiling shot in the kitchen. Like all my holes?
Me too. Lots of can lights.
Phil's Closet (snigger):
Looking into our bathroom (doesn't everyone keep their toilet inside their bathtub?):
Piano Room (see the piano on the floor?):
The boys hard at work:
Work, work, work:
Now they're just showing off:
The garage (we hired his part out):
Some taping in Bedroom #2 (we hired out the finish work as well):
Taping in the kitchen/dining:
Taping in the piano room. Something ate my piano.
Looking into the foyer at the front door:
ANDI'S CLOSET! WOOHOO!
Yes. I realize there's a big, fat window in my closet. The front of the house would have looked dumb as hell had we not put that window there.
All the finish work is, well, finished. I'll get some pics up pretty soon.
Maybe even with some paint.
I wanted a smooth finish on the ceiling and they used this cool stuff called Tuff Hide. It finishes the ceiling in a bright white, flat finish. No need to paint, but it's ready for paint if we choose to paint.
You must choose, but choose wisely.
I choose not to.