Recent Project Updates
- Dining Room – The Restoration – Window Staining & Door Hardware
- Dining Room – The Restoration – First Window Complete
- Dining Room – The Restoration – Window Hardware Cleaned
- Dining Room – The Restoration – Floor & Baseboard Work
- Dining Room – The Restoration – Door Refinishing Complete
- Dining Room – The Restoration – Floor Repair
- Basement – Ceiling – Hole Repair
- Dining Room – The Restoration – Window Frame Staining
Projects At A Glance
- Completed Projects
- Works In Progress
- Bedroom 1
- Bedroom 2
- Breezeway Exterior
- Breezeway Interior
- Breezeway Roof
- Dining Room
- Front Yard
- Main House Exterior
- Main House Roof Cresting
- Servant Quarters Exterior
- Servant Quarters Interior
- Servant Quarters Roof
- Sitting Room
- Tower Roof
Monthly Archives: April 2003
Having never sanded a floor before, I did quite a bit of research before we began. Here is a link to a very good article that basically tells you exactly how to do it: How to sand and finish wood … Continue reading
Both doors with the first coat of clear coat applied. We went with an oil-based, satin finish polyurethane. Some of the other pieces of the woodwork with the first coat of clear coat applied.
One window frame with the first coat of stain. Some of the baseboards with the first coat of stain. Applying the first coat of stain to the other window frame.
Main entry door with final coat of stain, and closet door with first coat of stain applied and wiped off. Closet door getting the second coat of stain. Main entry door with second coat of stain wiped off.
One of the previously damaged bullseye corner pieces, stained and clear-coated.