I am happy to say that the Shelterwood house is officially sold. Thank you so much to all neighbors, mid century modern lovers, publications and everyone who wrote in and called to show their appreciation for the renovation done on
Hello everyone, I've gotten a few comments here and tons of emails and calls asking me to post more pictures and updates. Sorry I haven't updated the blog in a few weeks. We had lots of progress and I was
Now for the really fun stuff. Most all the fixtures that were ordered have arrived and it's time to install all the new lighting, plumbing fixtures, hardware and trims. This is when it really all starts coming together. I've chosen
After stripping the house down to studs and seeing it in its bare condition, it's nice to see it all coming together: framing, insulation, sheet rocking and now PAINT!!! Considering that the design of this house warrants clean classic colors
When it came time to insulate, I decided to spend a little extra and spray icynene foam. This method of insulation gives the best noise reduction as well as the highest r-value for our limited space due to the flat
Peter and I have been working on the new drawings, trying to figure out how to enlarge the master bath and closet to today's standards. I'm getting bids from subcontractors and hope to apply for the building permit soon!
It's very exciting to start this project! In this little paradise inside the loop, called Timbergrove Manor, in Houston.
I was so lucky to find this jewel of a house needing some love. And Love I will give!
This mid century modern