Finishing up guest cabin ceiling

This week we finished up the ceiling at the guest cabin. This is the final major project on the guest cabin. There are always other projects but now we can start moving equipment and tools out.

Its funny when you remove a tool from someplace something else always takes it place. So the second half of the day we started cleaning out one of the sheds. We build a new work bench so we can store things under it. Next week we plan to build 20 feet of shelving. After that, and throwing away junk, we should have enough space to clean out the guest cabin.

Once I have the guest cabin cleaned out I plan to do an overview / completed video. For anyone who has been watching since the beginning it will be a little redundant. I hope to use it to attract new subscribers (who can then watch the whole series start to finish :) )

completed Guest Cabin ceiling
completed Guest Cabin ceiling
Guest cabin sleeping loft
Guest cabin sleeping loft
Storage cubby
Storage cubby

Guest cabin ceiling
Guest cabin ceiling

3 thoughts on “Finishing up guest cabin ceiling”

    1. We had to custom order that… 1/2 inch stock is not a common size :)

      Being as thin as it is its best to buy it and let it air dry for a while… we waited about 6 months before routing the ship-lap and then it was another month before installing…

      Oh… we manually nailed this but if your using a air nailer you will have to really dial down the pressure… it would be very easy to nail straight through…

      The 1/2 stock is nice to install… very light… I wish we would have thought about asking about it years ago…

      good luck on your project…

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