Wednesday, November 7, 2007

House Update

The last few days has brought us cabinets, and they delivered the interior doors. As you can tell, a Thanksgiving move is not going to happen. Our builder has been keeping everyone busy, so we might be able to move in before Christmas.
The bookcases that surround the fireplace
A view of the kitchen cabinets from the breakfast nook
The side of the kitchen that is open to the Great room-there will be bar stools on the other side of the cabinets
A view of the kitchen cabinets from the Great room
The window seat and bookcases in the Master bedroom
The bead board interior doors

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7 comments:

Dena said...

Wow - He has really gotten a lot done since Saturday! It looks GREAT GREAT GREAT! I can't wait to come stay in my room! The doors are perfect! I am sooo excited for y'all!

Mari said...

I love the beadboard doors! It is going to be so nice - thanks for the update!

Just Another Day In Paradise said...

I love that you're going to have a window seat- I've always loved those. I'm so glad you keep updating us- beautiful house!

Terri said...

I love the window seats. I always wanted them if we built a house. You're making progress - it's just taking a bit longer than hoped for.
That way you'll really appreciate it - right?

Cathy said...

Oh, it looks fabulous, dahlink! Get out your whip and get them there workers BUSY!!!! Don't they know there's a Christmas is freakin'over party coming? Maybe you should change that to a housebuilding is freakin' over party! Love seeing the progress though. XOXOXOXOX

Buffie said...

BEAUTIFUL!!!

Megan (FriedOkra) said...

Hiya! Yes, reds are hard indeed! Mine's called Tanager by Sherwin Williams and it's a true Christmas red. The orange disappeared, finally. I think your Chicken Garnet would have been a good choice for me, although being a huge Clemson fan, I doubt I could've lived with it. Probably would've broken me out in hives!

My tan is called, excitingly enough, Favorite Tan, also by Sherwin Williams. It has a little tiny bit of green in it that shows in some lights and fades in others. We're also using a shade called Plantation Brown, which is a rich milk chocolatey brown, in the study and the powder room on the main level. That's actually the color I feel most excited to see on the walls, and I have never been much of a brown girl. There's just something about its richness that I can't deny! (chocolate walls. hey, you can't argue with that!)