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Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Remodel Progess

We sat with permit pending and then demolition for so long. Now at least I get to see this project coming together. This is the view from the front door when I went by today. The tile is being set through out the house and next step will be to grout it. If you look at my photos at the end of the previous post, this photo gives a better perspective what we are doing from the front entrance. I thought the tile looked much darker in the photo in my post below. These photos today are more accurate. It was still daytime. It seems to always be dark over there: shorter days, no electricity, windows covered.... Notice the popcorn ceilings are gone. The ceiling was lifted in three rooms. Have you ever heard of that? My husband's idea.

This is my little butterfly and hummingbird garden. Despite no runing water, little rain and being totally ignored since demo, this area has done pretty good since we planted it in September. I haven't spent much leisurely time at the house since the electric and plumbing got disconnected and all the dust. Notice we recylced an "exclusive" double porcelian pot in this garden! Do you see it? My mother help me with this garden.

In appreciation I gave her a recycled pot for her beautiful garden!

1 comment:

Emily said...

it looks beautiful!!

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