Tonight Rob finished the trim on the living room bow window. First he cut then routed the edge of the new white oak curved sill and head:
This was last night, pre-granite-d kitchen… No more routers allowed in there now!
Then he cut and routed the jambs (sides), casing (above window), and apron (under window) in two pieces shown here:
Rob based this all on what we think the original trim would look like but threw in his own flair as well:
Tools needed: Table saw, Compound Miter Saw, jigsaw, Router, router bits, drill, hammer, construction adhesive, some nails and lots of patience!
All it needs now is a bit of stain, and soon it will be home to a gorgeous stained glass window 🙂