|White Hanger Holder Gizmo|
White Hanger Holder Gizmo
Now to the remodeling of our L-shaped hallway which opens into 3 rooms and a closet with doors. See sketch--not drawn to scale! [I'm not much of a sketcher, either!!!]
The hallway is quite small; it is difficult to execute the corner and doors when moving moderate to large items in and out of these rooms which are along the back of the house. I have four photos--maybe you can imagine a L-shaped quite small hallway. Again, I used a wide angle lens and am not particularly interested in interior home photography. However, I do like the looks of what we have renovated.
The 'L' shape is like the 'L' is lying sideways, resting on the short 'leg.' The first photo shows the view from the den into the short leg and corner of the 'L' which shows the guest bedroom door on the left, a slight glimpse into the guest bathroom and the door of the closet on the right.
The second photo shows the opposite view from the Guest Bathroom, to the Den. You get a glimpse of the shelving in the den we enclosed to give a look of built-in.
The 3rd and 4th views show the long side of the 'L' -- Guest Bedroom to Office, and Office to Guest Bedroom.
|Hallway viewed from Guest|
Bedroom to Office with
Guest Bathroom on Left
Office door straight ahead,
and side of Hall Closet
on right. Wall hangings
better viewed in 1st two
The Master Bathroom is near finished; I have to line drawers and we have drawer organizers for 4 of the six drawers, a slider basket behind one door and a plain basket behind the door where plumbing takes up most of space.
The Guest Bathroom is awaiting a bath wall cabinet.
|Hallway viewed from Office|
to Guest Bedroom. I turned
on Flash and you can see
why I dislike built-in flash--
We are still in limbo as to moving this lift chair, a table and accessory cart to the office. It would make the Den look neater, and clutter up the office which is not otherwise used anymore as I cannot sit at a desk for any period of time due to arthritic and severe osteoporosis of back.
The biggest improvement in the Den is the shelving creatively enclosed to look like it is built in.
Since only the Master Bathroom, Kitchen, and Living/Formal Dining areas are all that is left inside the house, I may get around to giving you a grand tour. The Kitchen was completly renovated about 5 years ago--cabinets, fixtures, appliances and an island with electricity added.
The other rooms were all given new paneling, painted ceilings, new carpet, but not quite as changed as what we just finished, at least not in looks.
By the time I finish the interior photography, maybe I will have a penchant for it...don't bet the bank on it.
PHOTOS: by NITWIT1 unless otherwise attributed