|The first to go, we're going with the open plan|
So we are two days into the project and have made some awesomely amazing changes. She feels like a new boat already and if we did nothing more, but we will, we would be much happier with the space.
|Look no walls/no privacy|
|Yes, i know i'll hit my head|
So far we have open up the space, removing the bathroom walls in preparation for flipping my studio space and the bathroom as well as opening up enough room to elevate our tiny refrigerator to eye level. This was of particular importance to Mungo, as he really dislikes getting down on his knees t rummage through the frig. I was unconvinced of the importance of this move until it actually happened. After all i was losing art display space. But i do have to say it is far more convenient.
The project for Day Two of Extreme Makeover was building the settee. As you can see it is roughed in. It still needs to be finished. Routed, stained and upholstered. But it is already proving to be more comfortable and more generous in its seating. Not to mention the cat thinks it is pretty cool as well. Speaking of the cat; Magellan is not at all pleased with all the change that is happening in his only home. Nope, he does not like the sound of power tools and is convinced that the world is likely coming to an end.
|Really? Get back to work!|
Tomorrow we will start moving things around in my studio. Sunday, which promise to be a beautiful day will see us moving my drafting table into position, taking down part of the stern wall of the boat so we can take our 'bathtub' out. It is too big to move out through our door, so down comes a wall and out it goes.
|Okay, we're done for the day|
Stay tuned, many more adventures in Extreme Makeover are coming. Don't forget to check out The Floating Empire for more technical information about the Extreme Makeover.