Footnote to this bedroom pic: the two plants you see on stools I started from scratch. One from a single leaf from a bigger begonia, took ages to start, and is now pretty impressive. The one on the right I started from a single leaf of snake plant, one of the many sansevierias, which I cut up and rooted in sections.
Did you know the sections of this plant know their north-south orientation? unless you plant the sections of the leaf in the same direction of their original growth, they will not root. So I had to be careful to keep them organized when I cut up the leaf. And all of the parts rooted. Several years' growth there, very slow plant. I never bother with rooting hormone, just shove them into potting soil and leave them alone. That usually works fine.
So all is done and I can just stop thinking about the fabric of the house and get on to more interesting stuff. In fact I do love my surroundings, and would far rather be there than anywhere, drag myself out when I need to be with friends, enjoy their company a lot, glad to get home again!
The only little drawback to the new windows is that the glass is so clean that I've had a few bird collisions with it, against the patio door. It's huge, and they see the plants inside, including the ficus tree, and I guess plan on flying into it to perch, then discover the glass. Up to now no fatalities, just annoyed birds.
Once in a while I get a redtail hawk colliding, thinking she can fly right through, if the front door is open. Looks to a bird like a passage between trees. Redtails are so powerful that when that happens it's like a minor explosion, bird unharmed, flies away pretending it never happened.
So you will be pleased to know that the Saga of the Windows is now complete.