Mar 13, 2013

Burlington Bungalow - March 13th, 2013

Here are a few updated pictures.  Yes, I am well aware of how horrible my pictures are :P
My good camera is such a pain to lug around, so I took some pics with my dinky, digital camera. 

The crown molding is so beautiful, I couldn't resist snapping a few shots.

This is one of the extra bathrooms.  The tiles are the floor are gorgeous.  They are this deep olive colour.  Really different.  And the shower has some funky tiles.  This bathroom is going to be young and fun.

Crown moulding in the spare bedrooms.  Paint is BM "Natural Linen"

View of the living room.  Another fireplace I'll be painting

View of the family room.  Walls are one coat of BM "Revere Pewter"

Front entry

The granite 18"x18" tiles that will be going in the front entry.  And a peek at the hardwood.  It's an oak, 4 1/4" plank.

Most amazing powder room EVER.  Onyx tiles.

View of hallway to the bedrooms

The mudroom/laundry room.  These are my favourite tiles.  Wish I could get a good close up.  They are textured and have little bits of colour.  Love them.

View of the pantry, basement stairs and wall where the wet bar will be going.

Master Bedroom - The moulding is amazing.  Walls are BM "Gray Wisp"

Moulding even in the walk in closet

View of the massive kitchen

Mar 9, 2013

Burlington Bungalow - Paint Colours

The house has been painted and all the moulding is going up this weekend.  Very exciting!!!

I wanted to go fairly neutral, as this is a re-sale home.  So, here are the Benjamin Moore colours I chose for the interior.

Cloud White - All trim & doors
Revere Pewter - Main living space & kitchen

Gray Wisp - Master Bedroom
Collingwood - Kids Bath

Natural Linen - 3 other bedrooms

Mar 6, 2013

Burlington Bungalow - Front Door

First of all - Honey, the snowflakes.... please.  It's March.  I love you.  Snowflakes, not so much.

IBack to Burlington Bungalow... in this house, the front door is really important.  It's going to be the focal point of the exterior and needs to be a real show stopper!

It's a 9' space, with room for a double door, transom window and no sidelites.  Or, a single door, transom window and sidelites.  Light is not an issue since there are 2 massive bay windows at the front and back of the house.  And, privacy isn't an issue, since the font door leads to a huge foyer.  Hummmm, decisions, decisions.

Here are some concepts that I have been playing around with.