Monday, October 8, 2007

Farmhouse Facelift, Part II

It is hard to believe that we've been in the process of remodeling for almost exactly 3 months. We started the second week of July.

A lot of the nuts and bolts of the house needed to be redone, rewired, and repaired. The lack of updates was primarily because there wasn't a lot that could be visibly seen that was being done like new wiring, new plumbing, and CHA.

When everything is said and done, the house will pretty much be a brand new house within its cute farmhouse shell. We kept the original wood ceiling and doors.

And although this is taking a lot longer than we anticipated, we are already thrilled with the way things look. You can see in some of the pictures of the exterior the new color that we chose.

The front porch still needs some repairs and some paint.

On the inside, we are waiting on cabinets, flooring, and all of the finishing touches (light fixtures and plumbing fixtures). We don't have an exact move in date, but we are thinking that by the end of October (THIS MONTH!!!!) we should be in our home. It all depends on how fast we get our cabinets and how fast they get the bathrooms and kitchen completed after

Here is how the house looked last week.


Sarah Shalley said...

Super Cute! Can't wait till you're all moved in and I can drive out for an afternoon snack. :)

Judy said...

I am so excited for you guys! I know you are ready to be in your own home again! Can't wait to come visit the new crib. :)

BHG & Co. said...

fun, fun, fun

Heather enjoyed visiting with y'all and seeing the remodeling progress. We hope to see you again soon.

Anonymous said...

doing great...just hang in there...hope you liked your floor...i bet it looks

D.O. said...

Hey sorry for misspelling your name on my post on the previous entry... unacceptable.

Hey Lynsey, I wanted to let you know you need to go to my blog and learn about how to check blogs without checking them. I did it for you. And whoever.

Anonymous said...

It is always so nice to read up on you guys. We talk about your crazy looking chickens all the time.

Love you

Jason's Dad