The wood veneer has been glued onto the settee seat base as well as the beds in the master stateroom. Our cushion guy has come out and patterned the new cushions. We should have them in about 2 weeks. At that point we will have a working settee! Oh, we still need a table. I've ordered the pedestal base that bolts to the floor and will allow the table to lower enough to turn the settee into a spare bed. I think I will just use a temporary plywood table top at first so we can fine-tune the exact shape and size.
|The wood veneer applied. What a difference that made! There will be a big|
drawer in that opening to the right. All the rest is storage cubbies accessible
from the top side. There is a ton of storage under the settee.
New raised dot floor. This stuff is tough. It is glued down
with a two part epoxy adhesive made just for this flooring.
It's not going to come off.
|The lower bunk/couch in the master. Now onto building the upper bunk, which|
will be formed by the seat back (of the couch). The seat back will fold up and
become the upper bunk when we need extra sleeping capacity.