In the coming weeks I’ll have updates on our lower level and of course, I hope you’ll follow along with our upcoming small galley kitchen remodel and the new Dutch door installation, too!We’ll start those projects in just a matter of days now so I will have lots of updates to share.Not only was it a well taken care of and solid house, it had amazing light flooding through large windows, a beautiful yard and a gorgeous view of the sky, sunsets, snow capped mountains and the Puget Sound. Our goal with this is to keep the modest size (1500 square feet of main living space, with a finished basement below), the structure, layout and much of the character it already had (white plaster walls, wood and slate floors, brick and stone architectural elements) but give it a fresh modern cottage look with our own unique mix of the eclectic coastal farmhouse ambience we love (inside and out).
Posted by Judith Kawczynski on 2 July 2014 After years and years of kicking the can, we finally decided to build our dream oven.
on 17 July 2014 Our son-in-law used our form and was able to remove it and then we used it again for our form and oven. I built mine in small increment of a day here a day there so It didn't cost me chucks of money at one time. Came Out Better Than We Thought it Would Posted by Taylor Made Landscape on 5 August 2013 This product was efficient and easy to use in the installation process of the brick pizza oven.
But I have TONS of photos to share, so let’s get started!
I’ll let you peek around our main living areas today, and I’ll share our bedroom tomorrow.
I mean, I’m so excited to be joining in with the Blogger Stylin’ Home Tours today, hosted by Lindsay of The White Buffalo Styling Co. While each house I’ve lived in has been unique, I’ve always kept the same basic decorating formula: keep things simple and doable.