Hello future homeowners, family and friends!
What an exciting two days it has been, so much has happened, so little time to blog!
So let's recap real quick..... In my last post we got our stucco painted and all of the doors installed. Since then you would not believe how busy the crew has been. Check it out...!!!
The painter has come in and painted all of the walls....
(here is our master bedroom with our upgrade tray ceiling! I have never loved the smell of fresh paint until now!)
All of our baseboards have been completed
Our garage got a nice fresh coat of paint
(This was actually new for me. I have always owned homes in Florida where they leave the cinder block bare. I must say, I am happy they painted! It looks much cleaner!)
All of the above happened yesterday......
Now for today's work.......
When we pulled up, the first thing we noticed was the beautiful frame work for the side walk!
Once this is done we should expect our brick pavers to be delivered and then the drive way will start! I am so excited for a brick paver driveway, I really feel like they take your house to another class!
Moving forward, we see Santa forgot to wrap our boxes......
Yes Ladies and Gentlemen, those are indeed our kitchen cabinets!! Our over sized 42" cherry kitchen cabinets!!!!
But... as we all know... you can't install kitchen cabinets until the tile work is done.....
We chose a darker tile so it wont display wear and tear. I grew up with lighter tile, and have memories of my mother on her knees scrubbing the grout... clearly I didn't want that! We also upgraded and have our tile layed on a diagonal. This elongates the room and just looks nicer, in my opinion!
While the tile guys were hard at work, it only makes sense they would move upstairs and do the bathrooms while they are at it!
This is our guest bathroom shower. We chose to go with a tan wall tile to offset the white wall. Also selected, "Hersey bar" tile to break up the wall and have some contrast! I am going to have to address this because the design center said these would be 6ft up, clearly, that is not 6ft!
Our master bathroom was next.....
The front of the bathtub with listello....
The rear of the bathtub with listello
Our shower also has the same tile and listello. We extended the cherry cabinets into our bathroom and have Uba Tuba granite, this combination will really pull the listello and compliment each other!
I hope you enjoyed the updates as much as I did!