First off, the theater room had an organizer I had purchased about six months ago from woot.com but had never assembled and installed. As you can see, it does work but I would never buy a glass shelf/single rear pillar setup ever again. Getting it leveled was a bear.
The last week or so the room has really be set straight. It has gone from a stressfully messy room to one that I really enjoy spending time in. Of course, the new projector you can see in this picture helps! More on that in a follow up piece…
When my mom and dad were up for new years, they helped me to kick off a couple of projects that I had been contemplating – and putting off – for some time. The first was installing some shelves into the weird wall indent we have in our basement.
Next was a “tank topper” for the main floor bathroom. Since under the sink is dominated by cat supplies, it will provide a place to keep necessities like extra toilet paper and consolidate our medicine supplies into one location. We got it at Home Depot and it has Oak Facing and while that is nice, it only came with two internal shelves and one of them is the bottom of the upper chamber. In order to get the shelves as seen we bought a couple extra oak boards and I used a neighbors saws to trim them to the right size. They are easy to pick out as the bottom shelf due to the fact we haven’t stained them yet. We are waiting for warmer weather for that. I was glad to have had cabinet hanging experience as it didn’t come with directions or screws. We also had to put the towel ring on there as the other prime real estate is consumed by the vent work for the air exchanger. The final touch was some clearance knobs for the doors from Lowes that better matched the brush nickel towel ring.
It feels nice to have some projects completed and the house cleaner and more organized.