Picking up where we left off, I had just finished my last piece of frosted glass in preparation for the closet door build.
With the glass behind me, I focused my attention to the fun part: the building. I'm a bit of an over-planner when it comes to building. Every time I try something new, I always make a scale model of it in sketch-up to make sure it all works out. (Maybe it's my visual effects background?) I always read about people who are able to buy wood and start building without plans, but I'm just not that cool. For me, the research and planning portion sometimes takes even longer than the actual building.
I'm not exactly sure when we lost all of our closet doors, but when we moved into our house almost a year and a half ago, only one of our four bedrooms had them. (Then again, our house didn't have floors, either, so at that point I wasn't so picky.) I'm going to guess that they were trashed in the first round of construction before we even purchased the house, because the only "before" picture I can find of our master bedroom is this one from our appraisal:
Just looking at that and knowing it was one of the better rooms in the house makes me wonder why no one had me committed back then.
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