I haven’t posted in a few weeks as the work going on as mainly been cabinet finish out and that doesn’t make for any great pictures.
Painting prep is now in full swing and the house is all taped up and being primed. The MDF wall that goes up all the way to the 2nd floor is primed.
All the windows are being taped up to protect from any paint.
All the drawers are being removed to prime for painting.
Another shot of window protection and all cabinet drawers off for painting.
Painting will continue for the next few weeks. It is a long process, but I’m looking forward to seeing the end results.
It’s been a rainy week here but the interior work continues. The two noticeable changes this week or the built-in beds for the kid’s room and the guest suite.
The kid’s room has a queen bed with a twin trundle that will pull out.
The guest room has a king bed.
Cabinet installation is wrapping up and then prepping for paint starts.
Interior doors are being installed and a lot of the doors are flush with the walls.
The door into the downstairs master is flush with the dining room wall.
The doors to the hall coat closet and half bath are also integrated into the MDF walls.
Now that all the scaffolding is down, the builder was able to get a bobcat into the backyard and do additional grading on the backyard which really gives you a better sense of the space.
View from the carport.
View from the 2nd floor.
View from the 1st floor sitting room.
The MDF panels that make up the interior center core of the of the house that extends up to the 2nd floor is almost all installed.
The cabinet installation is moving quickly.
Downstairs Master Bath
Upstairs family room
Upstairs master bath
Upstairs master closet
The exterior is almost wrapped up. The stucco and fascia has been painted.
On the interior, all the cabinets have been delivered and are now being installed.
Things are moving right along, and we are starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel.
The brick that continues into the house was finished this week.
Most of the smooth texture on the wall in prep for paint has also been complete.
We also need to choose the exterior paint for the stucco. The consensus is #2 for the warm tones that complements the black brick.
Once the stucco is painted, they will be able to clean all the exterior brick and get the site cleaned up in prep for the interior finishes.