Upstairs, in Grandmommy's room, the inherently slow process of mudding and taping dry wall is underway.
It was easier to work around the big, old wardrobe than to move it out, so it just keeps waltzing around the room.
Across the hall, in Lohr's room, things are about the same.
The door has been stripped of old paint, revealing a layer of golden yellow on one side,
and bright blue on the other. This was news to us - Robin isn't aware of the doors ever being any color other than white.
The door to the tiny back room was also stripped of paint, revealing an unusual burl in the wood.
Somehow, I don't think I'll be painting this beauty!
The new Necessary Room (i.e. bathroom) upstairs is ready for tile around the tub and on the floor.
The sink and toilet will go on this wall,
this is the wall at the end of the tub,
and this is the door to a nice, big bathroom closet.
Downstairs, the dry wall in the parlor is underway.
The main hallway is also looking great.
The little nook under the stairs is going to be a sweet spot indeed.
And now that the protective "hut" and plaster mess are gone, this grand old stairway is coming back to life.
Outside, the back porch got a much-needed face lift this week.
And then there's the pond project...but that's another story for another day.