The doors are in their original state and are a bit rough. I'll just go with the term "Shabby Chic" until I get around to them. Having the doors installed and locked was a big deal so I'm good with waiting to make them pretty. (Sorry raccoons, have to find another place to find your midnight snacks!)
The bumpout still needs the little piece of roof but it's sufficiently dried in and can wait for the roofers to either 1) let me know if they can hit it when they get a job nearby or 2) work on it at their shop in Fort Worth when I finally uproot from my build site.
So, this is what it looks like right now:
|2 coats of "Rainstorm" Valspar, my kismet find at Habitat ReStore|
Susan and I cut and placed the loft joists and will also put in the pocket door/wall for the bathroom soon.
|Susan is a lot of fun to work with!|
|Gary Bute of Tiny House Systems...a very knowledgeable and patient, patient man :)|
Gary's in Austin but he will email and skype and whatever you like to get your project done. He often shares his schematics & tiny house wisdom on his facebook page so I'd go there and "like" that and check him out. If you are on track to needing your tiny house systems done, then he's the guy to call. BUT NOT YET. LOL Ok, ok...go ahead and plan ahead by calling him now but if you distract him from my tiny house, I will cut you. Just kidding. No, not really. Yeah. No.
SO - with Gary's schematics in hand, Susan and BA will be holding a workshop to install the systems and I will soon be POWERED and SHOWERED. ha. I just made that up.
I'll post more when I know more details but if you're in the area and want to learn the intricacies and maybe get your hands-on experience/practice on MY tiny before you do yours... keep your eyes on the DFW TH meetup.com page. BA will create the workshop there. :)