We’ve been framed
It took two weekends and about thirteen hours of work from our framer pal. We now have a completed inner wall framing of the upstairs, closet, bathroom, stairway ceiling, stove pipe chase, and wood stove back wall.
The closet in the entertainment/craft/family room was put in. It will have two sections: one for storage and one for a sewing craft center that will pull out of the closet. The access to the attic will be located here eventually.
The inner wall framing was added for the whole room.
The stove pipe that went through the second floor had a chase built around it. Off to the right side of it there will be a little display shelving to make sure there isn’t any wasted space.
The half-bathroom was framed in for our bedroom. We are going to install a pocket door to save more space.
The stairway ceiling was framed. It makes the whole area seem a little nicer then the incomplete wall that was there before.
Downstairs the framing around the wood stove was added. The original wall behind it will be taken out (it isn’t load bearing) and this new section of wall will be the start of an expanded kitchen.
Next up, dormer insulation and rough-in ceiling wiring.
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