Pics of the recent shower rebuild are going to have to wait; I had to scramble just to get the shower to where it was usable - the client had company coming in town and I had to disappear for the duration of the visit - and there was literally zero time for pictures. So...final pics will have to wait for a bit.
After the shower project, I had to deal with jury duty for a few days and almost a week ago, I got started on another project, a pretty healthy set of built-in bookshelves and cabinets. I don't remember the exact dimensions off the top of my head, but they run about 26 linear feet, go floor to ceiling, and contain a mixture of adjustable shelves, fixed shelves and a corner cabinet. The whole system also has to dance around a couple existing windows.
As is usually the case, nothing in the room is square, straight, level or plumb, although this room seems to be unusually out of whack. In the grand scheme of things it doesn't really matter if a floor is 1/8" out of level or 1-1/8" out of level - unlevel is unlevel - but with the room being as wonky as it is in all directions, there is a LOT of custom cutting (ie, cutting curvy lines in long sheets of plywood with a table saw) that has to be done to make sure the built-ins both hug the walls, and stay parallel with and square to the only straight lines in the room: the flooring.
It's been slow-going so far, but that's the nature of the beast when dealing with custom work and built-ins. Taking the time to build a base that's solid, level, square, etc., and in line with whatever it needs to be in line with, will make the subsequent work not quite the wrestling match it'd be if one were to just start slapping things together and hoping for the best.
The job is far from being done, but it's about to the stage where I ought to be able to start plowing through the work at a pretty decent clip. I figured I'd share a few pics of the work so far; like I said, it doesn't look like much, but it's getting there. And, the project is so big I literally can't get the whole thing in a single, non-panoramic pic, so you'll have to excuse the sketchiness of some of the shots. :)