Upstairs Update

Three old farmhouse bedrooms with no heat or closets converted into beautiful rooms.

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       Since my last post was about everything going on outside the farm house, I thought maybe you would want to see an update on the upstairs because it is almost finished.

       Kathy, our painter, been working diligently on the two bedrooms and has them all done.  She has  put in lots of hours painting ceilings, closets, doors,  trim work and the best part, color on the walls.  Here she is hard at work.

Here are the two upstairs bedrooms all done:

  Below is the gray bedroom with the door open and a view into the tan bedroom.

And here is the tan bedroom looking back towards the gray bedroom.

We still have a few minor things left to do in these rooms, like pulls for the closet doors and blinds for the windows, but we are so close…..

And now for pictures of the upstairs bathroom which has also turned out great.

Shiplap on the walls . . . . and below, our new vanity top with the shiplap painted.

Isn’t it amazing that this vanity top is concrete?  Kalven Cederberg from Two Dogs Concrete did this artistic work and we love it.

And here is the great tile  work done by our friend, Bill.  We are just waiting for the shower door which will be installed next week.

The gray tile trim accent is the same tile that is on the shower floor.
      And while all these people were hard at work, my hubby took me to San Antonio, TX.  He had  been there several times for work and wanted to share it with me.  It was a wonderful get-a-way.  I highly recommend it.  We stayed downtown and walked and ate our way along the river.

And of course visited  the Alamo.

Texas cactus on the Alamo grounds.

Hope your weather is getting warmer where you live.    Our spring weather has been “perfect human temperature”, as my friend Patty used to say, and we are enjoying every minute of it before our summer heat hits. 

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