Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Smack in the MiDDle

North On Angel Street
Slowly but surely work has gone forth on the house.
  I have had a love hate relationship with this place at times.
 Here are some pictures of the progress we have made.
This is the upstairs bathroom.
We have refinished the cabinets, put down floor tile and tiled around the toilet,  new light fixture,  faucet and paint on the walls.
And after a crash course on how to grout
my son in law Brent  came over an got the  grouting done for us. (yeah)

The great room. 
 We have had painters in reviving the logs cleaning, re-sealing and making  a world of difference on how they look.
  I guess you could say they have been
*spit polish n shined*
I went with a  gray green color on most of the walls with white on everything else.
The stairs were originally wrapped with carpet  and we decided to finish them out with wood and once again the painters did a great  job in matching  the stain colors with the rest f the place.
My father in law spent a few nights helping with the  new wood work on the staircase.
 Thank you Dad you have been a big help to us on many of our house projects.
  Your  carpentry skills will be appreciated for years to come.

The kitchen.
We extend the wall to give more privacy to the bathroom.
Enlarged the window above the sink and turned the larger kitchen window into a sliding lass door with a great view of the back yard.


Laundry room.
 The door replaced with a window.

Master bedroom,  closet and  bathroom.
We finished the  closet off with sheet rock enlarged shower got rid of one of the vanities




On to the next step.



Donna said...

Wow, that's an incredible amount of work going on! It's going to be great when you're all done!

Teri said...

Wow! It looks amazing! You really are gutting the place and making it your own. Love seeing the progress unfold…...

Yvonne said...

Your house is looking marvelous. It is going to be so pretty! My house is as big as your kitchen I think. Hope you can move in soon now and enjoy your beautiful home!

Sioux said...

I keep driving by thinking to stop in; but as much as you and D are there working, I never am able to catch a time when we're in the same moment! It looks beautiful!! I cannot believe all the time, work, and change that has gone on with it since I was last there. You will really have a 'work of love and art' when it is finished! So impressed with everything; but don't know WHY? when there are MASTER builders and innovative ideas like you have bouncing off the log walls! GREAT JOB :)