Thursday, September 24, 2009

Now You REALLY See It.

We are nearly done!!! The carpet comes tomorrow, then we are just waiting on the doors. This picture is of the new room after it was framed. The new room is above our living room, and you enter it right when you walk up the stairs. The white wall you see in this picture is the top of the stair rail.
The following pictures are of the mostly finished product. If you want to see the before pictures, from the previous post, "Now You See It", click here: http://jamesandalicia.blogspot.com/2009/09/do-you-see-it.html
I tried to take the pictures from roughly the same angels as the before pictures were taken. This one was taken from my front door. The ceiling you see is the brand new ceiling! Above it is the brand new floor of our bedroom.

This is taken from my stairway. You are seeing down into my living room. On the right you would keep walking up the stairs and right into the new room. The wall right in front (not the living room wall that is green) is one of the walls to our new room.


This was taken from the top of the stairs in the hallway. You can see that we don't have the door yet for the new room. We also haven't put the new base board on.


Ta Da! The new room! Behind Logan is the walk-in closet.
I hope you enjoyed the tour. I'll take a few more pictures once the carpet is in and the doors have been installed. Oh yeah, so you should study the old carpet that you can see in the above pictures in order to more fully appreciate the new carpet that will be coming. I anticipate a long and stressful day tomorrow since the carpet guys are doing it all in the same day. That means lots of furniture juggling and children juggling.
Stay tuned!









3 comments:

Leo and Melanee Gomez said...

WOW!! thats so amazing!

Eric and Shaunna said...

It sure looks wonderful! I love the colors that you painted everything! I am so surprised that you were able to get this done so quickly!

carlee said...

Wow, looks awesome! Can't wait to see it in person. BTW, you said angels, didn't you mean angles? ;)