360 Winnett: Smooth Seams, White Walls & Hardwood Floors
by sabine7 / May 15, 2009


It didn't take much time for the installers to mud, tape and sand all of the seams. I wish I had my camera on hand during a few visits to the house because the guys mudding were walking around on stilts. I'm pretty sure it would have made for a decent photo or two. With the walls fully prepared, it was time for paint. It's quite surprising how much larger the spaces feel now that walls are primed - particularly the clerestory, which obviously gets the most amount of light. And, I must admit, that for the floors, choosing the species of hardwood was actually quite difficult for us. If you haven't had the luxury of walking into a hardwood store (or looking online for that matter), you'll quickly discover that there are thousands of options to choose from. For us, we wanted something that was strong, aesthetically pleasing and cost effective.



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More 360 Winnett posts:

+ The 360 Winnett Project
+ 360 Winnett: Demolition
+ 360 Winnett: Foundation
+ 360 Winnett: Excavation
+ 360 Winnett: Framing the First Floor
+ 360 Winnett: Heavy Lifting
+ 360 Winnett: The Cost of Water
+ 360 Winnett: Structured Analysis
+ 360 Winnett: It Looks Flat, But It's Not
+ 360 Winnett: Cold & Frosty
+ 360 Winnett: Torch Down
+ 360 Winnett: Concrete in the Cold
+ 360 Winnett: HVAC Run
+ 360 Winnett: Letting The Sun In
+ 360 Winnett: Off To A Busy New Year
+ 360 Winnett: Power Pipe
+ 360 Winnett: The Cost Of Windows
+ 360 Winnett: A Wire Runs Through It
+ 360 Winnett: Something Blue
+ 360 Winnett: Stairway To Heaven
+ 360 Winnett: Strapped Out
+ 360 Winnett: And Then There Was Drywall


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