The ceiling, of oiled reclaimed Douglas fir tongue and groove, is installed. The carpenters select and determine the random pattern as they proceed.
A completed corner. If you click on the picture, you will get a close-up and discover that this is Marcia's corner office space. This will be her overhead view.
This is the scaffolding that supported the carpenters as they progressed "up" the ceiling (9 feet at the lowest point, 16 feet at the highest).
Of all the spring flowering plants, it's hard to top the azalea. It personifies the languid warm southern days and makes it easy to imagine sitting on a Georgia porch, armed with a gin and tonic, and reminiscing about the good old days.