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Thursday, November 4, 2010

18th Century Colonial Renovation: Part VII

Perhaps the question I get asked more than any other lately is "Has your sister moved into her new house yet?" Unfortunately, the answer is no, but the good news is that there has been massive progress in the past few weeks. Above you can see the new built in bar and soon to be built in bookcases. The paint has been purchased for almost every room and much of the trim has been painted. The tile has been mostly installed in the two upstairs bathrooms, and since these pictures were taken the floors have also been re-done and the rooms are starting to look bright and spacious.
The lower and a few of the upper kitchen cabinets have been installed, and the appliances have arrived! It's actually starting to look a bit like a house that someone might be living in somewhat soon. And that would, indeed, be the goal. There are grand hopes that they will be moved in for Christmas. I think we're getting to the point where it will be more fun to reveal rooms as they are completed. These pictures aren't the most exciting, but I wanted to give you an update since it's been such a popular question.
Check out the progress of this renovation, here.

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