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Drywall – Part 2

By on Aug 15, 2014 in Back Porch, Bonus Room, Cellar, Dining Room, First Floor, Foyer, Guest Bathroom, Kitchen, Laundry Room, Living Room, Lounge, Master Bathroom, Master Bedroom, Office - Hers, Office - His, Pantry, Renovation, Second Floor, Third Floor, Upstairs Landing, Wine Cellar | 2 comments

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These guys have been working hard. The drywall is all up and they are starting to skim and sand.

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Entry (just a cleanup and ceiling replacement)

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Living room (we just added a new ceiling)

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Living room

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Dining room (new ceiling and wall)

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Dining room.

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Pantry

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Kitchen

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The beams are really going to turn out great. Love when good collaboration happens!

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Kitchen

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Doors were stained a walnut finish.

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Porch walls were started.

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DSC_2480Halfway down to cellar

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DSC_2482Wine cellar.

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Upstairs landing (extended a wall, added recessed lighting, new ceiling)

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Upstairs hall bath (this is going to be such a great guest bath!)

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Entry hall into master (new everything!)

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Master bedroom.

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Master bath.

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My office (the house ended in the middle of this room and we removed a fireplace, added a closet and second window)

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Office.

DSC_2501Upstairs laundry (beyond excited about this!!)

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Stairs to third level

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Third level bonus room

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The bench they had to do for the HVAC ductwork is actually going to be really charming – and useful for the kids.

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DSC_2531¬†Upstairs office – to become Addison’s teen suite (when she is 13). She is already negotiating with us about this.

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Here are some rear shots.

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We are working on paint colors for the porch currently to tie it in to the house.

DSC_2452Still needs another coat of paint, but really pleased that you can’t easily tell the new from the old. That light at the end of the tunnel is getting brighter and brighter.

 

 

 

 

2 Comments

  1. Michelle Poccia

    August 15, 2014

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    WOW! You are in the home stretch! What a superb job of blending old and new. I am so impressed! Can’t wait to see the next phase!

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