CrossWorks Carpentry.."Where Every Nail Has a Purpose"
The Spaulding's felt it was time to finish the upstairs of their Cape Home and have two additional bedrooms in place. Their also looking to make a few changes downstairs by having two new exterior doors installed, and creating an opening from the kitchen to the dining room. The opening will provide a more open appearance to the rooms, and also provide a place to eat by having a counter installed for the quick lunch or breakfast. Please observe below as the transition takes place.
Left side room looking through into other room Left side view #2 of second floor area
Right side of second floor area Front door as is
Kitchen door as is Kitchen wall to have opening
Opening between rooms taking shape Preparing opening jambs
New T&G sub-floor being installed
With a new sub-floor in place, framing of the two bedrooms now begins. The following pictures show completed framing with exterior walls and ceiling insulated and ready for sheetrock.
Rafter vents installed prior to insulation Master Bedroom knee wall
Master Bedroom w/ 6' closet & built-in's Master Bedroom closet #2
Spare Bedroom view of front knee wall Spare Bedroom Closet
Spare Bedroom future location of built in shelves Spare Bedroom Doorway
Master Bedroom Doorway
Second Floor Sheetrock Completed
Master Bdrm knee wall Master Bdrm 6' closet upper opening for TV cabinet
His closet on left, Her closet to the right Left opening for access, right opening for built-in
Master Bdrm entry door Spare Bedroom closet
Spare Bedroom Built-in Adjustable Shelves
One of two units now set in place With both units in, it's now time to trim
The units will have a 10" top shelf and a 6" Back All shelves are adjustable and are set at 12" now
The final product in place
From Therma-Tru "Smooth Star Series"
Before: Old door with melted window molding After: New Therma-Tru Door
Detailed look of Front Door glass
Old kitchen door, what was a 9-Lite New Door with operation screen window