While we await my completion of the fold up bed design/fabrication project, it was clear we needed something to serve as a reading light over the temporary bed location. I […]
It’s been a while now since Lisa first suggested we enter our Bungaloft project in the Build It Green! Home Tour. Once we were accepted (and committed, or more likely, […]
A beautiful print makes the job of settling into a new house much more rewarding.
We are settling in to our somewhat campy (in the outdoor around the campfire sense) life in the early days of occupying our unfinished, but now livable, Bungaloft. The Paperstone […]
Last Saturday we participated in the 2011 Build it Green Home Tour and had a lot of interest in the small scale of our Bungaloft project. It seems that a […]
After staring at roof brackets in our bungalow-filled neighborhoods for some time, I finally had to commit and make my own. Our theme with the project is to attempt to […]
How I plumbed my house in multiple colors.
Lisa spent some time making sawdust in the front yard recently. We had finally decided that the Bungaloft penninsula counter top would be a butcher block surface. Since there was […]
Rainscreen siding begins to go up on the Bungaloft
The four front windows in the Bungaloft project were original cottage style, double hung, single pane windows. A while back we replaced the sashes with Marvin Tilt-pack units that made […]