Pretty handy. He started using the bottom as his bed and when he had company they just pulled off a twin mattress and they were ready to go.
First it had to be disassembled then moved to this room and reassembled. That sounds simple but without going into great detail with colorful language it was far from simple. My big butt came into very good use balancing these pieces of beds. The long pieces had to be held level as I lined up nuts and bolts. Amazing how talented I am with my behind. Just imagine if I had a tail like a monkey, there would be no limits to what I could do.
Hubby informed me not to get too excited that is was a light funeral homes used when they had a wake or visitation. I said that was alright with me. This is the perfect light for this area.
The BIG BLACK reassembled
This is in Andrew's "wing" of the house so I think he can sleep a few extra boys now. (Have to move those top mattresses a little, crooked) With this part we now have the capability to sleep about eight. I fear there will be a bunking party during Christmas break.
I see the cord of the air compressor peeking out of the next room but that will be gone. Craft/art/sewing area is the next to organize and paint then on to Andrew's room to finish that. His new bed is in there but I am repainting, revamping, and fumigating. After all, he is a teen aged jock so you know it's needed, bless his heart.
It is such a wonderful relief to have this room done except for minor touch-ups and adjustments. I could dance a jig and the floor will hold me now!