Luckily not everything we've been doing recently has been restricted to plywood. In amongst the epic construction of the boxes and cupboard in the hull wall we've been doing various other wood work.
The doorstop was too close to the door handle so rather than goto loads of trouble trying to move the handle or lock mechanism we cut a section out of the door stop, which works perfectly.
I then also attached the architrave around the door
filling the screw holes
and then sanding them smooth.
We also sanded the filler that we had put in the joins between the panels of plywood, using the disc sander for big flat sections
and the mouse sander for little fiddly bits
This created massive amounts of dust
but was well worth it, making everything ready to paint with primer.
We primed everything in sight
and then painted the skirting board (which we had cut to size)
and the door with gloss paint, as well as the inside of the boxes, and the door frame.
While Lorna was getting on with the gloss painting i got my hammer and chisels out and took down the cornicing which we'd tacked up to the top of the wall
and got to work cutting sections out of the cornicing to fit over the beams in the roof,
as well as sorting out some dodgy electrics in the wall
in order to finally get the light working.
With the end in sight, we just needed to get the walls painted, so that we could then lay the floor without it getting paint all over it, and then finally get the skirting boards in.