Interior Finishing & Back Porch


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Eight of the walls in the house are panelled in 6" wide tongue and groove aspen. This is a local product, grown, harvested and milled within 50 miles of us. The living room is done in three walls, the office in two, and the bedroom in three.
Inerior drywall and texturing, and painting are complete. Electrical including light fixtures is 98% complete. This is a picture of the kitchen with the sink cabinet under the window and a yellow accent wall to the west. The hole in the cabinets closest to the yellow wall will be the dishwasher, and the one to the left of the picture will be the stove. The remote exhaust fan duct and electrical supply can be seen above the stove cavity. In the very top right corner, you can see the pipe through the ceiling where the woodstove will go.
These are the bathroom cabinets. Like all the other cabinets, they are hickory and are amazingly beautiful.
This is the farmhouse sink we got at a huge discount. It will be going under the countertop, which for that particular run of cabinets will be an aqua colored granite looking solid surface material.
South porch floor is formed up and will be poured on August 28th.
South porch slab is poured
South porch framing complete
South porch sheathed and covered entryway build.
The tile from the public entrance to the woodstove surround has been set. The woodstove has been moved over from the mobile home to the house.
The bathroom tub surround tile has been completed. The tube is the fiberglass shell for a hydromassage tub, but without the motor and jets, just turns it into a deep soaking tub.
The bathroom sink has been set and the tile surround completed. The sink and tile are Mexican Talavera handpainted that we got in San Diego.


Last Modified October 14, 2009