I hated this the most! This brick wall that was dirty, it smelled, and was just a huge eye sore.
Open stairs that housed the biggest dust bunny nest you have ever seen. Like real bunnies they multiply quickly. I think the ones that survived the paneling fall found homes under here and started breeding.
So today was the day.........
New carpet day.
We ordered our carpet from Remnant King Carpets in Everett. Go see John, he is super helpful and they are very reasonably priced.
When they ripped out the old carpet that pretty vinyl was all the way through the room. Why would anyone want to cover that beauty up? I bet in the day it was lovely!
Carpet being installed. These guys did a great job. We will be having them back for our future flooring needs.
So it's almost done! I have a little touch up painting to do, door knobs, new white outlets, and floor molding. I can't even tell you how excited we are. Especially with the holiday party season coming up. We have something planned and it's going to be nice to have this done.
The old TV wall and laundry room door. Charlie wasted no time getting doggy nose prints on the new glass door.
Sunroom door wall. It's going to be beautiful opened up for parties. It will be great this spring and summer too.
The new stairs and railing.
The old cedar paneling wall that had Charlie's treadmill on it. Not sure the tread mill is going to go back over there.
Sooooooooooooo here it is! The new tile and stove. In and finished. The stove pipe painted, the carpet laid around the tile. It looks fabulous! Thank you Lisa at Coastal Nest for suggesting keeping it simple and all the same color. I love it!
I'm so excited to get furniture moved back in. Waiting for The Hubs to get home from work so he can have the honors of helping me move furniture back in. Not to mention I thought he would want to see it empty and all done.
So here's my painting dilemma
I can't decide if the walls look odd with the colors divided. It only looks odd when you get down to the wainscoting. I went a head and took Laurie Ann's advice and painted the whole room blue to see how I liked it. Not to mention, it was a lot easier then painting the whole room over back to the off white.
Let me know what you think about the walls. I'm going to live with them a while and see what I think, but I'm undecided on how weird it looks.
Thanks for following along in our construction project. It was fun to get to show you what was going on.
Have a great day