but sideways on
Closing the little bedroom
Not a slider and not an interference fit – the fourth wall to the small boy’s bedroom is planned to slot both in and on the room.
A ‘sort of’ explanation
The wall itself stands away from the room by about 0.75 “ leaving a gap between itself and the front of the room. Are you with me so far? You know, a bit like the dolls houses you can see whose front wall opens to reveal that it is deep enough to hold furniture so that some of the room is attached to the opening wall.
The lower edge of the boy’s bedroom wall slots into a ledge section made from various pieces of stripwood built up on the face of the building and finished with a decorative moulding.
The top, left and right sides of the wall will have box lid edges built out to infill the 0.75 “ spacing and giving the extra depth at top and sides to fit and fill the gap. That is definitely where the wishful thinking comes in.
The furniture, or in this case the small figure leaning out of the window, will stand upon the narrow ledge which has been added at the room’s floor level.
The whole wall will lift up and off for removal. At the moment I’m not even certain that it will balance in place adequately so must plough on and find out!