Today the floor in the living area got finished and some of the base installed. Just have the guest bedroom to have the flooring done. Dane got the walls painted in the living/dining area and still has the kitchen, computer room and guest bedroom to do, as well as the guest bath when it's got everything installed. We're estimating it should be done sometime next week.
But then there are the 'add-ons', like cabinet drawers that I didn't know Patrick builds & installs. I'm still looking for a roll-out insert for my two blind corner cabinets. I found what I wanted but my cabinets aren't the right size so I have to keep looking.
I got the refrigerator washed out ~ how can there be DUST inside my refrigerator??? Gross. But, on a happier note: The glass from the bottom of the refrigerator shelf AND the full width sliding drawer actually fit inside my new BIG sink! Man, I love that sink.
We actually got to eat at our table tonight:
Patrick did the trim moulding around the pocket door today. It looks like it's always been there, matching the trim that's around all the other interior doors. Unfortunately, after he left for the day I noticed he put two knobs on the door. Nope. Change.....I want the inset handle and 'flippy' door pull so the door, when open, is flush in the wall and not extending two inches into the doorway.
It's like the toilet seat he installed in the master bath. I didn't know the seat was the one that came WITH the toilet. I said I wanted to 'trade-up' to a solid, smooth seat. The one that came with it flexed when I sat on it when it was closed. And the seat itself wasn't flat on the bottom but molded and I don't even want to think of what a mess it would be to keep clean.
So, today, before he got here I was out and about picking up things and I got two wooden seats, one to change out in the master and one to go in the guest bath when that is installed. As soon as I got in the house I had to 'go' and went to the bathroom and discovered he had changed out that seat as a 'surprise' for me. I just laughed and said, "Great minds think alike! Thank you."