Jeff Sexton

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Project, Day 35


More tile is up, including replacements in the shower area. The new problem is that the cabinet for the back wall is (was) supposed to mount flat against the right-hand side. But that wall is now tiled all the way back. That side of the front of the cabinet is even a half inch wider so that it would have looked even on both sides if it was flat against the sheet rock and the hardy board and tile went right up to its front edge.


I'm not sure what to do now. Leave a gap between the cabinet and the wall? Tile the whole thing (buy more) and try to find a free standing cabinet that fits? Place it as close as possible and caulk the edge leaving the tiles hidden forever? Pad the left side with a board or trim or something to make that side as wide on the front as the right side?


Yet to do... The cabinet, the rest of the tile, including a few missing floor pieces, the window and door trim, tile up to the trim, grout, seal, sand the plaster, prime and paint, install the medicine cabinet and buy and install lights and fixtures light towel holders, etc.


In the living room, there's the floor trim to install, the mirror, the fireplace mantel to finish and install, paint, repair some damaged trim, touch up the paint in the dining room and hallway, and install the speakers.



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