Snow, wind, and freezing temperatures haven’t kept us from working on the studio interior, because we finally have electricity and heat.
This little thing does a remarkable job keeping 140 square feet of space nice and toasty (pay no attention to the mess all around it…)
Until we install the ceiling fixtures, we have these glamorous clamp lights as we install the insulation and sheetrock (which, by the way, takes FOREVER because we have to carefully cut out all the details for the outlets, the windows, the heater, the breaker box, the A/C unit…the list goes on).
Even though the dormer window and the resulting pitch of the roofline have been complex to work with, I’m so glad I designed the studio to have as much natural light as possible: I already love working out here, and I’m not even working out here yet.
We also now have an outdoor light (and soffit vents: always incredibly important to allow air circulation in an insulated attic space).
Spencer keeps trying to join us as we work. We keep saying no.
Finally, here’s the (very dusty) insulated subfloor. And my lovely work sneakers.
Thanks for following along, and I’m looking forward to sharing the next stage of the mkc photography studio with you!