Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Upstairs bathroom...

Over the tub we have some unused space that will be used as a nice storage area. We are planning on a double door. It's pretty high up, but if it's stuff you only use once a year I think it will be very convenient!


The mirror over the sink...it's natural cherry and we love it...There will be lights over it (4 lights) and the fixtures for them are oiled bronze. The sink faucets will also be oiled bronze.

6 comments:

Shellmo said...

Your excitement must be building! I do love maple - our hardwood floors are maple.

Rick and Dianne said...

Oh Shelley...my bad...LOL...the cabinets are natural cherry...I had so many different woods going thru my mind yesterday I typed the wrong wood...

Our downstairs floors will be maple. We had a guy up here who had the trees already cut down. We arranged for them to be sawn into six inch planks...then had them taken over to the kiln to dry for a month. We are just picking them up today, and then we are going to plane them ourselves...

Curious as to what stain/coating you used. We are looking for something that will wear well with all the dog paws/scratches we are certain to have.

Oh yes, the excitement is building. We had the heating contractor there yesterday to look over the job. That should be started soon...

Jen said...

Things are moving quickly now. It all looks fabulous! The storage space above the tub is a good idea!

Anonymous said...

Hi again....not sure if you saw my last post. Love the work you're doing and wish I could see it along the way. I get Aunt Claire and Karen next - YAY!!!

Love pam

Rick and Dianne said...

Hi Pam...

And yes we did get your last comment! Thanks...

Not all comments are coming thru though...Karen and Claire had left one back in June that never got here.

We had a wonderful time with the Texans...the visit was much too short...

Give them our love when they get to you...it's quite the road trip they are on!

Rick and Dianne said...

And Jen,

Thanks for stopping by! I love your UNGLAZED blog! I usually get there right after I visit Shelley's blog.