This week we had a handyman at Glade Cottage making some upgrades and repairs. The Cottage is one big room except for the bathroom and a floating wall which can partition off part of the space.
First on the list was adding a kitchen of sorts. Behind the chair in the corner above is a plumbing drain line which is where the sink would be positioned.
The drain was already in place but the water lines had to be pulled through the wall from the bathroom.
The carpenter installed them right next to the window allowing some space on the right of the sink so a right-handed user wouldn’t be shoved up against the window.
We need to decide what to do about cabinetry under the sink.
While he was here the carpenter/plumber/electrician also installed a new switch at the entrance to the Cottage.
And he trimmed the screen door so it would shut better and not scrape the floor every time it was opened.
Do you work with what you have or start from scratch?