i found our bed frame several years ago, and i have to say it’s my favorite piece of all time. my natural inclination toward architecture and interiors is minimal, clean, simple but fun. this bed is anything but minimal, clean and simple. it IS fun, however.
our smart, free spirited 9 year old, Jet
during our kitchen remodel, we had to move the bathroom to another wall, allowing for opening up the kitchen area to the sunroom. and by putting in a pocket door to the powder bath, it saved on space and awkwardness due to it’s very petite dimensions.
arched pocket door entrance off sunroom
the original corner sink was saved to reuse, along with fixtures
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our kitchen remodel included making it more accessible to the sunroom. now the sunroom is brighter and feels a part of the kitchen, instead of isolated.
standing between kitchen and sunroom
looking into kitchen from sunroom
during our kitchen remodel, the dining room was closed for use. we had to move the dining to kitchen entrance over and refinish the original oak flooring. here it is now!
our mailbox inside house
our 1935 Monterey Revival home still had it’s original kitchen. along its 80 years, new refrigerator and dishwasher were squeezed into the tiny space. it was hard to shoot images, but here are some from before our remodel. the laundry room and sunroom were separate rooms with three walls that eventually were removed. the previous post on June 30th will show the remodeled kitchen.
looking into kitchen from dining room
looking into sunroom
standing between dining and sunroom doorways
looking into laundry room
standing at sink, looking at our tiny basement door
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this is our kitchen remodel! you can see the before pictures on the next post, dated July 5th. it took four months. three walls were removed, lots of upstairs plumbing relocated, oak flooring laid throughout kitchen to tie in with rest of home. it was actually fascinating and fun to live through it, but am happy it’s done. a moroccan/indian theme runs throughout downstairs.
standing at sunroom entrance
where laundry room and wall used to be
where powder bath and two walls used to be
standing where laundry room used to be, looking into dining room
behind this hoosier cabinet is our tiny basement door
buffet/island for silverware and storage
washer/dryer and display cabinet
moroccan style tile and soapstone counter
vintage bronze moroccan pendant light
the pattern the island light casts in kitchen