Project Update: Altadore III
This is the last of the 3 homes side by side we are building in Altadore, at least until we find another 100′ to pick up in a great location. Here are some progress pics, a few I have posted already on Instagram, but some others are from my trusty iPhone camera.
The stucco is completed and the pre-grading is done, now we just need to wait for the exterior stain and stone to be finished. Landscaping after that!
The wall turned out amazing, now it just needs a couple coats of Benjamin Moore Iron Mountain to really pop.
And of course, this light from Arteriors. I did have to make a deal with the client that I would change the bulbs for this light while they are living in the home, he was turned off when I told him it required a tool…oh the things I will do to see my vision completed, LOL!
Adore this space. It is flooded with natural light, cabinets to the 10′ ceiling, storage galore, and the island. Oh the island, horizontal grain quarter sawn oak and just over 10′ long…LoVe.
These beauties will be gracing the island, they are tucked away in my garage and waiting to be placed in their new home.
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This bath will be for the clients adorable daughter L, she is the sweetest thing ever and my little guy M is pretty smitten with her. We are going all white in this room with the 2″ hexagon floor & 3×6 subway tile with charcoal grout.
The vanity has a lot of storage and the back of the wall will be tiled with an inset mirror…and what I am most excited about, the lights that will be on each side of the mirror, these awesome ones below, FUN! Accessorizing with bold pinks, silver, & glass.
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The client shares my love for chevron, so you can expect to see it in a few places. One is the mud room floor, a few pillow I have picked up for her, and the master bathroom floor. The vanities are custom built (like everything we do) quarter sawn oak that will be open on the bottom by 9″, they are going to be a great addition to this room.
This fireplace wall turned out ridiculous, my first response was a simple ‘SEXY!’. Our finisher did an amazing job, horizontal quarter sawn oak with mitered corners, recess for the TV, and window seats flanking each side. Can’t wait to get some stain and the fireplace trim on this baby!
Next week the finishers are moving into Watermark I, so you can expect more blog updates for me on that. It is a completely different vibe and feel than this home, so it will be fun to do a home with more traditional elements after 3 more modern takes on design over the past few months. Watermark II will be getting excavated in the next few weeks as well. We are in the process of approvals with the City on 3 new inner-city homes, and of course…I have a few more logs in the fire I am working on. I’ll keep you posted. Mel xo