We had to take several photos of our house to include in our dossier information for our adoption.
I have to say I'm pretty pleased with the progress we've made since we bought the house ten months ago.
We've managed to keep ourselves (OK, Chris) pretty busy.
Our backyard is looking pretty decent, despite the ring created by the horses we had at our birthday party in April.
We've replaced this patio set since these pictures were taken with a new (to us) rectangular table with six chairs. The table and chairs need to be painted, and I will get new cushions. Photos to come when that project is completed!
Nothing has changed in our breakfast room. I am on the hunt for a small loveseat or sofa to put under the windows, and I'll remove two chairs from the table. I was going to take the one from our office when we got a church pew to replace it, but the pew is miniature and won't be adequate seating for our clients. I will likely just wait until we replace the couch at our office and take that, because it's the perfect size (and even material) to go in this space.
Kitchen is still the same. I still haven't painted the island table. And I still haven't added a backsplash. We did change the curtains over the sink. We took down the panels and added some bamboo shades. I will put these on the breakfast room windows too, but there are never enough in the size I need at the store when I go looking for them.
Our master bedroom remains unchanged from pretty much the day we unpacked, with the exception of the new armoire.
My fabulous friend Kelly had a baby and couldn't use this black armoire in the baby's room. She asked if we could use it. If we could pick it up, we could have it. Um, hello. We picked it up. It's a Pottery Barn armoire that was originally a tv cabinet. I really wanted to be able to use it in the playroom, but it weighs approximately 1,378,385,098.4 pounds and there was no. way. that was going up the stairs. So Chris altered it to store clothes, and it's perfect in this space. I'm toying with the idea of painting the rest of our bedroom furniture black to match and painting our walls gray. I would love to do gray walls with yellow and white accents in this room. I promise it will probably be the last room to complete.
I've considereded moving the computer down to our entry and making this a sitting area. That could still happen since I recently discovered in our computer history the googling of some inappropriate words. . . and Jack got blamed for it despite the fact that he is unable to spell.
No changes here. I can't make up my mind. And I feel like as soon as I decorate this room they will change their minds about what they're interested in.
No change in the laundry room either. And I promise there won't be for a looong time.
I wasn't bold enough to go orange in the entire playroom.
I just couldn't do it.
I'm thinking either a gray or a khaki for the other three walls. For now, we're a happy shade of cream. And holding strong.
The curtains are a good-enough-for-now option.
Next up? Finishing Katie Ruth's room, then probably on to some beadboard and wainscotting in the breakfast room!