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Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Progress at the Construction Site

I admit, I was breathless when I came into the house today to see how much had been done in 2 days, especially in the main area. I love the color! The house had no floor boards at purchase, an eight foot ceiling and no crown molding. The tile is new as well as the columns and arches. This is the first time I saw it with so much detail. John gets credit for picking out the tile insert at the door (and the view). My mom picked the color Cordial. All that white still needs to be painted. We have been living in a place with all white walls. This will be a big change.

If you can't remember what the entrance foyer and great room looked like before, you can go here. You don't want to miss it if you can't remember.

And this is another before photo I found.
Putrid Green.
We are going to have some green rooms,
But NOT that shade of GREEN. Off subject-- This is David bundling up in his winter coat.

Just wanted to let you know, it has been cold in the tropics.


ScienceGeek said...

Looking great. I love the paint color. I know how exciting this must be for you.

I saw on the news (CNN I think) a story about iguanas in the tropics (released from unhappy petowners) falling from tree limbs in this weather. Their bodies go into hibernation when their body temps get below 40 degrees. It was the funniest thing to see this huge iguana falling out of a tree. We don't see that sort of thing up here, but maybe you guys do where you are.

Becky R said...

That looks awesome!

Kristen's Raw said...

Hi Denise,
I had a possible interesting conversation on FB with your profile... and I hope you're okay... but I suspect your account was hijacked based on the discussion. Just thought I'd let you know... if you have other questions about it, please email me.

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