We started by removing all the white carpet and old linoleum and the passenger side pony wall to make room for the new hearth and woodstove.
The new flooring is a vinyl tile that looks like stone. We started by using a laser to line up the best focal line and working out from there.
Also, the white fuzz on the lower walls has to go so I'm installing tongue and groove cedar that will be much more pet hair resistant and add to the warm cozy cabin feel.
By the end of week one, I'm pretty happy with the results. We even found a new location for the fold away desk that was part of the dimantled pony wall.