Moving on with our new home! I have to say, one of my favorite parts of the house are these stairs that my husband spent so much time on. I love the details and everything about them.
The girls bedroom is so sweet. The way we have it set up is all of our girls sleep in one room and we have another bedroom as a playroom.
It has really high ceilings with wonderful skylights.
Their bunk bed/trundle fits perfectly in there.
The girls bathroom has a double vanity with concrete countertops then theis beautifully tiled shower/tub.
The other bedroom is our playroom/my office.
I love the custom molding we did through out the house.
Our bedroom has a nice wide door and entryway. Our Bathroom is to the right.
We have a large, two person shower with a rain shower head and body sprays on the other side. We don’t have a tub, but we’re not tub people. I’d way rather have a big shower.
My favorite part are these seagrass limestone floors.
The cabinets are a custom glaze cabinet, just like the kitchen’s.
(still have not mounted lights or put in a backsplash )
We also did concrete countertops in the bathroom, just a slightly different color.
We have nice tall ceiling with skylights in our bedroom.
Our bedroom has a gorgeous deck and we look out to this beautiful view of nature.
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We just moved into our new house a couple weeks ago and I couldn’t wait to share pictures with you all, mainly because I’m so proud of the work my husband did on it. It was so special to see all his thoughts and work come to fruition. It’s nestled on the end of a cul de sac in a lovely neighborhood. Since my husband is a builder, this isn’t our “forever” house. We’ll do this a few times before we actually settle down. But it feels like home for now so we’re thrilled.
We did a color coated concrete for the bottom half of the house and painted siding for the top half. We did these bold, red windows against a creamy custom trim.
We have this great fence to the side and a herringbone pattern paver driveway.
Here’s a view from the inside of the front door.
When you enter, this is the view you see. We did acacia hardwood floors throughout the downstairs. As you can see the dining room is to the left, living room straight ahead and to the right is the kitchen.
The view from the giant windows is just beautiful.
Here’s the kitchen.
We have a sage green island with cream cabinets. The counters are concrete.
We still don’t have a backsplash, but I love the view of this tea kettle every time I see it.
To the right of the stove and island is a wine/coffee bar area.
To the right of that is a hald bath, and a “mother’s corner”.
To the right of that, maybe, my favorite spot in the house. We were going to do a breakfast nook but with all the seating at the island and the dining table it was a little unnecessary for the scale of the house. So we decided to make it a conversation area. We’re going to add more pillows and maybe a small cafe table. But for now, I bring my tea here and read every afternoon. It’s such a peaceful space.
That pretty much concludes the downstairs tour. I’m so proud of my husband for all the designs and work he put into it.
Here he is with the girls during the building process.
You can see more of their work at their website, Meschi Construction, Inc.
(If you have any questions about any of the materials or products we used in this home, please let me know and I’ll be happy to give you more information.)
Upstair tour will be coming next!
I hope you all have a beautiful beginning of a new week!
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