Finish work.

Beyond the delicious irony of the title relative to our “October or November or December” move-in estimate, the finish carpenters are now on site and doing their thing.  Window frames, door frames, nickel gap walls — Tom and Dick (seriously) are responsible for them all.

The sharp-eyed among you might also notice something a little different in the door and window casing — they’re just a bit narrower than you’d typically see in a new home.  Given the high ratio of windows to walls , Rob thought that standard width casing would be a bit “overwhelming.”  Definitely different, but we’re liking it.

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Router bits.

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Bedroom window on the 2nd floor.

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Closet door on the 2nd floor. Notice how the sides are just a bit “skinny?”

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Work station.

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Wooden clamp on a window apron.

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