I have a lot of furniture I want to move around. I've been itching to move things for a while now.
The shuffling part comes in because there is no empty spot at the moment. Currently there is a piece of furniture in every place that I want a different piece of furniture. Make senses? If it does, don't worry, I'm sure I'll loose you soon.
So here it is, my grand plan, in 34 steps:
1. Organize embroidery supplies.
2. Empty shelving unit that holds art books, stack books in dining room.
3. Dis-assemble art book shelving unit, set pieces aside, in dining room.
4. Clean empty spot.
5. Move crescent table and green chair to entry, temporarily.
6. Empty embroidery cabinet.
7. Carefully move embroidery cabinet to empty spot.
8. Re-fill embroidery cabinet.
9. Clean second empty spot.
10. Move Oliver's toys and chair aside.
11. Empty shelving unit in Oli's room.
12. Move dining room furniture aside, clearing path.
13. Get big guys to move big shelving unit to second empty spot.
14. Secure big shelving unit to wall using L-brackets.
15. Load genealogy materials and art books onto lower shelves.
16. Clean empty spot in Oliver's room.
17. Re-assemble first shelving unit in third empty spot.
18. Empty shelving unit in dining room.
19. Dis-assemble wide shelving unit.
20. Re-assemble wide shelving unit in third empty spot.
21. Reload wide shelving unit with stuff recently removed.
22. Carry all record albums from living room to Oli's room, re-loading first shelving unit.
23. Dis-assemble album shelving unit.
24. Re-assemble third shelving unit in Oliver's room.
25. Clean last empty spot.
26. Use baskets from Oliver's room to stow small stuff on large shelving unit in living room.
27. Move cookbooks to big shelving unit.
28. Stow large counter top appliances on new shelves in Oli's room.
29. Use baskets to stow extra non-perishables on new shelves.
30. Move green chair back.
31. Move crescent table to dining room, beside china closet.
32. Move peacock chair to dining room.
33. Vacuum everywhere.
34. Find homes for any clutter left behind.
It sounds like a lot, but I think I can knock it out in one solid day, if I stick with it. Of course that will depend on the availability of a guy to help move the giant bookcase. It doesn't have to go far, just straight out Oli's double doors, straight through the dining room, thought the double doors to the living room. Nothing to lift only 1/4 turn through the whole move. But it is mega heavy. I will also need someone who can install the L-brackets with minimal damage to the plaster.