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Built-ins have been partially installed. In the foreground you can see the living room end table that's being painted blue, and on the right is the "light blue bookcase" which has received its first coat of yellow paint. We've been vacuuming up bits of carpet fluff, dried paint flakes, and miscellaneous dust, but now that the dining room floor is covered in newspapers and plastic we're using the vacuum cleaner as a convenient place to hang the work light. In the foreground you can see the living room end table that we're painting blue.

(2001-04-01 )

Photos by Chaz Boston Baden.

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