Lost in My Own House

Drywall is up! And admittedly I’m a little lost… 🙂

The house looks so different with the walls covered.

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When Blaine sent me the latest progress photos,  I had to sit and study each one for a good 30 seconds to get my bearings and realize what room I was looking at.

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So, to make the viewing a little easier to understand, I’ve created a few slideshows from similar vantage points throughout the house over time.

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As seen below, we eliminated two east facing windows in the den, but kept its original floor plan and the 4 large north facing windows.

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My uncle Preston’s room (the North bedroom) has the same footprint as before.

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The master bedroom also has kept its original footprint.

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Below, we turned mom’s old bedroom in a master closet and en-suite bathroom.

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The guest bath upstairs has a slightly different footprint, as the tub now sits inset into the wall.  (We’re reusing the old tub.)

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The upstairs hall will have wall sconces throughout one day soon. After finishing the drywall and painting, we’re planning to put the heat register back where its always been.

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The East bedroom looks almost exactly the same as before, except for the addition of a new walk-in closet on the south wall.

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I hope you enjoyed the tour; come back soon for finished drywall!

 

Until next time,

Miranda