You've certainly taken some care in there. Coming along very nicely for you.So I the beds got completed, including adding bed slats.
And with the removable centre slats, the size is equivalent to an super king size but slightly shorter. Each seat is a small single bed so we can have a kip in the daytime without making a bed up.
Then I started the shelving units, these took quite a while to make so I got the sizes right.
And mounted them
Then installed the rear garage wall. Massive pain to install as with the cupboards installed so had to remove the rear part of the bed which luckily I've designed to be removable. At some point I might modify the rear panel to make it easier. The bottom part is 15mm ply as its the back of the seats, the top is faced 3mm ply with a frame to save a bit of weight.
Bottom of the garage storage.
I built the kitchen but had the wrong corners so ordered some more and used cut offs to fix it temporarily
I then installed the spacers for the floor. I'm going to replace the sections of 89x68 I've used to reduce weight in the near future. And then installed the false floor.
Finished at 8pm on Sunday.
Off to get upholstered on Tuesday, hence the rush.
Also started on the electrical board which is going at the back of the cupboard.
Trying not to rush, using it for posh camping this weekend at Goodwood, hence a bit of focus but will have a bit of a break and go back to normal speed after tonight. I know where I've cut a couple of corners that I'll revisit, but use the weekend away as a snagging trip.Nice job so far keep it up & don't rush it!
Thanks, the furniture board was from Morland its called driftwoodLooks fantastic well done!
What colour are your furniture boards and carpet, and where from? Nice combination.