More farmhouse molding on the second floor in the "den." Justen creatively bridged the gap between the slanted drywall and the to-be-determined floor with a thin slice of molding and ran a painted bit of trim along the brick wall. The heating duct will eventually be boxed in too:
Here's a snippet of baseboard molding in the closet. Justen also covered up a piece of less desirable wood from the old room with trim wood there on the floor on the right under the electrical outlet:
Eric played with carpet squares we'd obtained at the Habitat for Humanity Build-it-Again Center (along with a boatload of hardware: hinges, door stops, knobs, etc. It was a bonanza!) This will be the foundation for the drainage pan for our hall-squatting washer and dryer:
With the foundation set, plumber Bish got the drainage pan installed....maybe we can hook up the washer and dryer this weekend with the help of my folks who are coming in for a visit!
Bish also has lots of drilling to do in our tiles for plumbing pipes. And gas pipes like this hole for our range:
One of my favorite discoveries for the day was the linen closet door at the top of the steps. This is an old cabinet door salvaged from the Celina farmhouse and repurposed here: