"It's easier to go down a hill than up it but the view is much better at the top." Henry Ward Beecher
Half of the studio, with a wall taken down (the gaping hole beside the breaker box).
Wall built by Dad on the West of the room, to seperate the TV room (and truthfully, my husband playing Civilization on his PC).
The blessed door.
One would think we're on the home stretch, but we're not. Who knew mudding and taping and sanding was such a pain in the patootie? (well, besides drywall professionals?) So after we get that done, then there is the painting and then the load in of all the stuff I had to take out of the studio. And then, well then there is the other half of the studio. A couple doors, a casing around a window, fixing of dryway imperfections and then more painting.
And how about the flooring? Should I just put back the sticky backed tiles that were here, or should I paint the concrete, or ... (and I like this the best) just run away and forget I ever started this project.