Valance curve. I cut 3/4" plywood and a couple of mounting boards to make the curved portion of the valance. As seen from above.
West side to the closet. This is the second attempt at cutting this piece. I cut this large, then trimmed the front to match up with the l-girders.
South gap. Cut plywood to fill south gap. Added some shims to get the front to back level.
I used four triangle brackets to provide permanant support for the valance. The brackets are bolted to the studs and valance.
I used four triangle brackets to provide permanant support for the valance. The brackets are bolted to the studs and valance. The top and...
Foam support for the valance corner. Just a little extra bulk to help keep this section from getting damaged.
West deck. Looking west.
West deck. The deck jut's into the window sill to give me 3" extra depth in this area.
West deck. I had a few tricky cuts on this peice. This was actually my second attempt at this monster of a peice. It fits just right now.
Rails to the closet. Due akward angles in this area, my early attempts to align the benchwork to the wall failed. I'm now installing benchwork and...
A tricky cut for the subroadbed into the closet. I aborted this peice of luber due to dimensional mismatches.
The view from the door. This the East deck looking South. PCC Logistics will be front and center.
Adding permanant support inverted shelf brackets.
The valance with temporary supports across the front.
Hoisting up the valance.