Not really, love does. But in building, paint covers a multitude of imperfections.
I now have all of the OSB, that I had on hand, on the walls. You can see that I didn't have enough to get to the other corner, but that will give me something to do later. I had some primer left over and I thought to go ahead and see what the walls will look like with some white on them. I'm not sure if it is better white or not. I may paint it with a color, just for some pizazz and to mellow it out some.
I will still need to caulk the joints and sand them lightly to try and blend them together. Hopefully it will give the wall a more uniform look.
Now for some woodworking talk.
I have a question for you. How many projects do you have going currently? Ones that you are working on, not ones that were forgotten about and set aside.
I currently have two actual wood projects. One is a rifle stock and the other is a pulpit. The stock is black walnut and the pulpit is beech. Both are really fine woods to work with and I will be happy to get started on them again soon.... as soon as I get the shop put back in order.
I have other projects that have been lost and forgotten over time. Most of them I hope to get finished someday.