I finally finished camper daughter's neighbor's sewing room and office niche. There are still a few knobs to install, but the holes are drilled and T will be able to install those when she picks up the extra few she was missing. So, I'm finished!
I'm sure a pro (like Don) would have given her a much better finished product. But, I think it looks nice and it provides a whole lot of functionality. I tried scribbing the tops for both the sewing room cabinet and the desk top - I'm not the best scriber! T mentioned that she's already lost a photo behind the sewing room cabinet! I've got a piece of trim for her to pick up and cut to size. It's small and flexible so it might cover some of the larger areas and keep things from being lost forever!
So, here's the sewing room.
Those walls were so out of square. I installed trim to bridge the gap between the wall and the tall cabinet. There's crown moulding, but darn, you can't see that very well - but it looks pretty!
And the office - in use!
Three large file drawers, three smaller drawers in the long run. Small pencil drawer and cabinet in the short run under the window. There were no studs in that wall with the shelves - I'd swear there weren't! T's hubby had tried to find some and there had to have been 100 holes in the wall. I had a hard time finding toggles that would work. I did finally find something that would hold in the plaster. Old houses! I don't ever want to build something again that needs installation!!!
(This is in the master bedroom; I made night stands to match, each with 3 drawers - more storage!)
Happy Fall - and Happy Halloween!