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Sunday, July 24, 2011

Progress and Thanks

Fence: Design by Amy, inspired by Dwell, build by Jon
Gates: Sourcing by Amy at Arcata Scrap and Salvage, 
Welding by Michael of Gone Welding: http://www.gonewelding.com/


Cement work by Jonah of Monument Settings.  He did a great job, was close to our budget, and his end project looked great!  He fixed a crack, filled it in, and sanded/stained.  


Saturday garage sale finds: 
$2 table saw
$1 metal shelves
$5 stool


Amy's sunning herself after a rooftop lunch on our fully modular deck


Amy said I looked "pretty" in the light working on the wire for the railing built by our plumber, John from Jorgensen Plumbing of Eureka.  I added the wire cable but the design was Amy's idea.

He was also willing to indulge me and Amy's crazy ideas and materials:



Amy building a bench for our shower


We decided to enjoy our hard work with a wine, cheese, and crackers dinner with a soak in our Double Slipper tub, made for two.


We got our tube here: http://www.vintagetub.com/
Jorgensen Plumbing did the install of the tub
Amy and I did the corrugated metal walls 

We are really happy with the outcome of how this room was transformed from a nasty little cave to a sleek start of a loft space.



Thanks for reading,
Jon

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