The last time we spoke of the Man Cave, it looked like this on Day Two:
Now, at the end of Week Three (not three consistent weeks of work, though -- probably about 14 days total), it looks like this:
And it has lights, each row of which turns on via a separate switch:
The color of the walls is probably somewhere in between the brightness of the first photo and the grey-blue of the next two. It looks really nice, which is amusing because we chose it in the span of about 30 seconds, knowing we wanted something in this family but taken by surprise at how soon they wanted to do the walls. We chose this, and not the one a modicum different, because the color name is Falling Tears and Kevin really thought the inherent melodrama in that was an essential ingredient to his man cave.
Next up: gray epoxy floors and a garage door, and a new ceiling fan. Kevin would be beside himself with excitement, were he not totally swamped with work and not even getting home until after midnight. I suppose it's for the best that it's not sitting there ready to be restuffed and furnished, since he doesn't have time to do anything but work and snore. Falling Tears, indeed.