Well, here it is. The finished product. We had
our walkthrough on Wednesday, the 8th. Everything
went very well. There were a few issues that we
were going to mention, but the foreman was already
on top of them and explained how they are going
to fix them even before we could open our mouths!
It's very nice to work with such a great contractor!
Another view from the street.
The garage (obviously!) It's pretty deep so I'll
have room to build a nice workbench under the
circuit breaker box.
This is the baby's room. (Which, incidentally,
we also found out on 9/8 is a girl!! The tech
is "99.9%" sure but I even noticed it
on the ultrasound. We're very excited!)
The guest/Kim's craft room.
The master bathroom. We'd like to hang some wooden
shutters over the windows. Daggone things are
so expensive though!
Looking into the master bedroom from the sitting
Looking into the sitting room from the master
bedroom. We had the electrician hang the ceiling
fan for us since the ceilings are about 20 feet
high. I wasn't about to go up there!
The kitchen (obviously!) Kim's purse is not included.
;-D We're planning on adding an island eventually.
That option was ridiculously expensive. But it'll
be nice once we put it in. I'm thinking of getting
a nice butcher block. We'll see...
Looking into the dining room from the kitchen.
Looking into the family room from the kitchen.
We'll eventually get a ceiling fan for the family
room. We got the hookup for it, but figured we
can wait a bit to install the fan. I'll do this
Looking into the dining room from Kory's den.
Looking into the breakfast area from the foyer.
Looking into the kitchen from the family room.
Looking into my den from the dining room. I picked
out the dining room chandelier. I think Kim was