We are our own contractors so juggling everything is tricky, but worth the money we'll save.
We've always done everything ourselves, but this is just too big a job to do it all.
Floors have been started (sort of) with patches done and kitchen rough sanded. They are all quartersawn old growth red oak. Very pretty.
|Floors "Before and After" Sanding|
|Color we picked for stain in whole house|
I wanted simple and historically accurate so we picked a basic Arts & Crafts/Shaker style door with a small bead on frame and inset doors. (I didn't realize there were so many choices.) I want exposed hinges, but not sure what color yet or what knobs.
|From "This Old House"- LOVE the tile|
|From BHG- Love the use of different colors|
but... the one I'm drooling over is this...
|Isn't it a Harley Davidson for a kitchen?|
Sigh... really don't think it's worth the extra dough though.
I'm off to paint the kids' rooms and contemplate kitchen colors.