sewing room, office, dining room, family room, and the great room. An update of the interior as of today includes:
This is the brick pad in the family room for the wood burning stove. The pad is 5ft from the wall and 5 1/2 ft wide. We hope to have the wood stove installed in the next 10 days. A picture of the stove can be found at
Steph says my job this winter will be to get the fire going each morning while I read the paper, drink my coffee, and watch Fox Morning News and Squawk Box. Now you know why we need so much wood.
These two pictures are the large walls in Steph's sewing room. The first picture is a light green color and the second picture is a soft blue. The pictures do not accurately show the color due to the light available at the time of the picture.
This is the east wall of my office. The color is a little more bold than the soft pastels in the sewing room. This is pretty close to an OSU Cowboy orange, but not exactly. I like it!!!
This is the partially completed master bath shower. The tile in the shower is also used on the floor in the master bath.
This is the master bath floor. The tile has just been grouted and is not cleaned-up, but it will give you an idea of what the room will eventually look like.
This is the tile in the kitchen/breakfast room. Note the pattern of large tile surrounded by the smaller tiles. Like the master bath, this picture was taken after grouting and before cleaning.
This is the upstair bathroom at Steph's sewing room. The tile in this room is the same as the kitchen/breakfast room.
This is a quick update of the major interior changes at the house. The rest of the rooms are painted Kilim Beige and this is the color of the walls next to the fireplace pad. This week should be a week of change as we expect to begin work on the wood ceiling, start installation of the wood floor, and our custom cabinets for the kitchen and the vanities in the master and sewing room bathrooms should be installed. We are actively talking about a mid-January move-in date. Keep your fingers crossed we have no unexpected
delays. Next update at progress warrants.