Quick question as I'm 95% done the trim...for the trim going down the stairs and just and the very top that lays flat, do I leave a gap for the carpet or go right onto the wood? Here is a picture of it below
Hi Guys, sorry for lack of updates. Lots of progress made since my last update. I'll take more pictures tonight when I get home. Lots to see now and its now usable with the carpet installed
Wet bar countertop is installed
Carpets are completed and installed. The carpet we picked turned out nice for color. I wish the pile was thicker but its too late for that now. I'm still pleased with it.
DIY Screen touched up and completed
Door trims and baseboard all completed
Sofa - Getting delivered this afternoon
Denon 2313CI receiver setup and working with cable receiver and projector right now. Seems to pretty nice. I need to get network setup to it and also add the PS3. I'm waiting for delivery on a couple more HDMI cables
Front left and right speaker towers setup and sub setup and working (Paradigm 10" powered sub)
Shower stall all caulked and shower doors hung
Toilet and vanity installed and working
Window trims and sill. One window has the sill in but the other I haven't done yet as I found a leak. I had to pull out the current insulation to let it dry out. I'm hoping its a easy fix to find the leak. I'm thinking its somewhere outside near the top but not sure.
Bar backsplash- not started
Touchup baseboards and walls where there are nicks and bumps. Most of the touchups are from the crappy green tape for painting. I'd spend a bit more on better paint next time.
Caulk baseboards - not started. Will do this after touchups are done
Ok Here are some pictures. I've been too busy using my new basement instead of taking pictures. I only have a few things left to do (finish caulking baseboards, bar backsplash, build av unit rack, finish bedroom window trim, get new vanity light and mirror)