Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Bathrooms and Kitchens, Oh My! (Renovation Update)

Hey hey! Today I have a long overdue renovation update.  The construction work should be finished this week and then I can start putting the house back together.  I want to say a big thank you to the guys at  L&M Construction.  They have done a fabulous job on our home and they are always such a pleasure to work with!  If you're in the Southern NH or Northern MA area, definitely check them out.

Yesterday, a new pedestal sink and toilet were installed and the bathroom walls received a couple of coats of Benjamin Moore Rock Gray.





I decided to carry the beadboard above the countertop.  I'm contemplating adding either shelving or art between the two cabinets to break up some of the white. I had the cabinet pulls kicking around so we installed them, but they're not my favorite.  They will get swapped out at some point. I have a flush mount light fixture waiting to be installed in place of the lonely lightbulb.


The washer and dryer fit pretty much perfectly under the new counter.  I'm so happy that we decided to remove the closet.  The small space feels so much bigger now.


And of course, the hexagon marble floors are my favorite! They match really nicely with the gray tile we selected for the hall and kitchen.


Here's another shot of the new french door and the hallway with the flooring done and walls painted.  I chose Benjamin Moore Edgecomb Gray for the kitchen and hallway.  It's a great greige color that changes with the lighting and other nearby colors. It plays nicely with the Benjamin Moore Spanish Olive that we used to paint the den last year.


Here's the completed half wall.  I love how it opens up the space!


And here's a sneak peak of the kitchen with most of the cabinets done.  I chose Benjamin Moore Decorator's White for the cabinets.  It's a bright white with a little gray tint to it.



I can't wait to share the final product with you!

21 comments:

  1. Looks amazing!!! So clean! Love love love!

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  2. I love it - it looks AMAZING! So jealous of your new kitchen - you do fantastic work! How do you like the tile butting up next to the wood floor?

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  3. Wow! Everything looks beautiful!! That bathroom tile is wonderful!

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  4. Jessica, it all looks fantastic! You must be so excited!

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  5. Oh my gosh! This looks absolutely fantastic! I just want to kiss that hex tile floor! (Sorry, that was weird)

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  6. Everything looks fabulous! That powder room is amazing!

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  7. The transformation is amazing! Love the flow of the tile work and you made some great choices with the sink and faucet in the bath! I bet you can't wait to get it all situated and back together.

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  8. Did you order the Hexagon Marble tiles online?

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    1. Yes, I ordered them from here http://www.thebuilderdepot.com/cacbipo2hemo.html

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  9. Jessica, is that gray grout with the hexagon? I just had the same tile installed today and I'm a little nervous about the grout going in tomorrow. Thanks!

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    1. Hi Rhea, we used white grout, not gray. Though, gray might look pretty cool!

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  10. Jessica, is that gray grout in the hexagon tile? Thanks!

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  11. Jessica, I was wondering if you would be able to tell me the dimensions of your bathroom/laundry room. Love the colors and décor!!

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    1. Thank you!! The entire space is 5x8'6". Hope that helps!

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  12. Hi, this looks nice. Can you tell me how you hooked up the water and drain line for the washing machine? We'd like to do something similar.

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    1. The water and drain line are just to the right of the washer. You can get your hand back there but it's tight. You really need to put something under the washer and slide it out to set it up properly, then just slide it back in. I

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  13. jessica, i love the powder room/laundry room. where is that chrome light fixture from? i really like the chrome shades!

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    1. It's from Shades of Light: http://www.shadesoflight.com/pullman-bath-light-2-light-2-finishes.html

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  14. Love it! Where did you get the beadboard from and what material is it?

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  15. Wow, beautiful!! Where did you purchase your laundry room cabinets? I need them!!

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    1. I believe they are from Thomasville. http://www.thomasvillecabinetry.com I ordered them through my contractor.

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