As the Gypsum Dust Settles Down

“Houston, we have a music studio.”

From early morning June 30 to mid-day July 4, the front part of the house was a construction site, with gypsum dust going pretty much everywhere in the living room and library/home office.  But — oh!  That gypsum dust was worth it.  Adan and his family did such a great job that one can hardly believe that the music room/studio used to be a garage.

Of course, the Hubby and I neglected to take photos of it before.  And we don’t have any photos right now, as we’ve been busy cleaning up, post-construction, and arranging the instruments and gear in the music studio.  (We’ll try to remedy that ASAP.)

What’s next are sound diffuser panels for the music room and some patch repair of the roof (from some hail damage a couple of years back).  But I think we’ll wait a little bit on that, as we have to pay off the garage conversion expense — wheee!

About lizardqueen

If single-mothering were a paid job, I'd be rich. However, it doesn't, so I write (which doesn't pay the bills) and teach (which does). I'm overly-educated in the liberal arts, but that doesn't hinder my ability to be pragmatic and realistic. YAY.
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2 Responses to As the Gypsum Dust Settles Down

  1. lizardqueen says:

    They did a wonderful job — just as my folks told me he and his family (it’s a family-owned-and-run home improvement business) would be.

    It’s now big enough that when Daniel comes in to turn on the synth piano’s tempo to 210 beats per minute, he has room enough to squeal in delight and run around in circles — usually orbiting me or the Hubby, if we happen to be standing in the middle of the room. 🙂

  2. convivialdingo says:

    Awesome!! I’m glad you found some help and it worked out well!!

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