While I was in there that messy stand I made to hold the shelf up was really bugging too. I had gone into the shed to put some tools away and there was a piece of carpet left from when I did the truck bed wall. Light bulb went off. took measurements and cut the carpet to fit the front sprayed it with adhesive and stuck it up there done. Some of the raw wood showed on the side of the white shelf and along the top of the rug I painted it black and then I was really happy. Of course my body feels like some one tried to twist it into a pretzel but hey I fixed everything that needed fixing.
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Its hard to see the red extension cord the flash wouldn't go off because the door was letting in to much back lighting .
It was easy to do the right side as I was able to use plastic ties to attach the cord to the existing cord for the light in the middle of the door. You can see a tie in the middle of the door that I hadn't cut off yet.
Once I pasted the middle of the door I had to get creative to attach the cord. I drilled some holes with a self tap screw and used cup hooks to hold the wire.
Finding a way to attach it to the side was a little harder and I ran out of the those hooks and the space was narrow. I finally worked it out but not real happy with the finish at the bottom
This is the shelf I made and then covered with carpet on the front to hide the mess. The pot sits here well, the cord will sit in the track at the base of the window. Pot is also the cup. This weekend I will get to test it all out and see how good the coffee tastes. Hope this pot lasts a while. The pot clips into the coffee maker in this picture it isn't in all the way thus looking crooked
Now to relax
Good Night All