Here is Mike figuring out what to do first...that carpet is really nasty and there could be "water" issues as it is built right on the patio!
So he brought in these underlayments with a rubber grid on the bottom which holds the "new floor" up off of the concrete. I told you this guy is smart!
Well, no decent "remodel" can not affect the rest of the house! Here is a pic of my "great Room" with all the Sun Room furniture and "stuff" crammed into it.
Can you say: "Hoarder" HA!
OK, here is the first picture of the new "Pine floor" which I dearly love!
This is looking out the sliding door on the WEST (HOT) side of the porch. And, before you ask if I got a dog...which I would LOVE to have...no, but that one is quiet, doesn't bark, require food or walks...and he makes me happy.
He is just happy looking out the door!
This is a lovely antique pine table I bought from Arlene; my friend whose kitchen I featured in my last post. Just a great spot to sit with the morning paper and a cup 'o coffee.
The chair is from a consignment shop; I reupholstered the seat with part of an old pillow.
Do you like it?
Here's a shot looking toward the west and there's that dog again...he probably wants to go out!
This is the opposite corner...oops! I didn't think those pillows would take up so much room!
But it still is just a "cozy" corner!
I had to give you a "close-up" of this Poinsettia plant! It was a gift about 2 weeks before last Christmas and it is STILL alive! Can you believe it?
I can KILL SILK PLANTS!
So here are some of my favorite Benjamin Moore Historic Colors that I considered when I needed to make a decision for new colors. Now I think most of you know I am a Certified Color Consultant and actually can go into a client's home and choose a color "in the blink of an eye." HA! Not so for myself! I think I can start a "Paint Sample Store" with all the samples I bought before I made the big decision! I don't what it is...when it is for myself, who knows but it ain't easy, folks!
But I got the job done and used HC-34, Wilmington Tan on the three window walls and HC-35, Powell Buff on the new Ship-lap paneling which now covers the ugly stucco, even if it was RED!
I was going for a simpler, lighter, less cluttered look and I even removed some furniture and love all the space I now have!
This is looking toward the east side and I now have the TV in the red "jelly cupboard"
and love having it "hidden."
Here's a close up of the unframed canvas of the little girl and the dog which I have had for years and have had it hung in several rooms of past homes.
I love it and hope you have enjoyed it and my reveal of the
NEWLY REMODELED SUN ROOM!
Please leave me a comment and I will be sure to visit you, too!