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Monday, January 24, 2011


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Barbara H.

Oh my, what a busy year you had. But what joy to come as you enjoy the fruits of your, and others, labors!


Wow, this is going to be so beautiful, but such an enormous amount of work! Looking back on the pictures of disarray once it's all done will probably be fun. And I so agree that making the walls gold has made them much richer and warmer looking. Why did we rely on white all those years?

S. Adler Sobol

How wonderful that you both left the quotes hidden for a future owner to discover should they remodel. I have gotten such pleasure out of finding remnants of previous occupant's lives hidden in the walls during renovation of homes we have lived in. I am so envious of all your bookshelves! I remember some earlier posts about this room. It is certainly a room that gives you both great enjoyment.


Altoon — This whole house was white except for one wall in the living room. We kept that wall color for a few years and then eventually changed it as we added color to all the other rooms.

We took pictures during the working stages and as we reassembled the room. So we will do a couple more posts of before and after shots later this week.


Wow ... I've been waiting for more details on your big project. I just have to say that I love your library. The bookcases are wonderful. Also love the the little messages you left.

Looking forward to more photos and posts on the renovation!

Lisa at Greenbow

I bet you and Mark are thrilled that it is all finished now. You can curl up there in the comfort of your library and enjoy this cold winter.

Bathroom Remodeling Seattle

I am glad what you have accomplish with this project. Good Job guys.

bathroom vanities

Thank you for sharing your remodeling experience. It can be a very daunting yet rewarding task. My wife and I are in the process of remodeling our bathroom's. I hope to get them complete in less than 3 months. It will take a lot of hard work but it is well worth it.

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