Daily Archives: September 17, 2009

victorian remodel interior progress

A few weeks have gone by. . once the walls were taped, mudded and sanded we moved ahead to install new flooring – 3.25″ white oak – soon to be sanded and finished.

whiteoak

Once the floors went in we moved ahead placing cabinet boxes.  We are installing kitchens designed by a local Scavolini [their website has some groovy tunes] shop.  We used the same finish in both apartments to tie the building together.

kitchenI’m excited to see the tile from Heath Ceramics start going in, they have a really beautiful handmade quality.   We are using mostly white tile in the bathrooms and kitchens to leave a clean color slate, but we chose a mix of pale greens for one of the bathrooms of the upper unit, and a brown for the master bath shower.  The vanity cabinets in all bathrooms are rift white oak custom made from City Cabinetmakers here in San Francisco.

riverbedriverbed2green mix

This mix of green tiles will cover the walls surrounding the bathtub/shower to the ceiling.  Interior doors are being installed – we chose a two-panel square sticking style to be a cleaner version of traditional.  A stack of original wood moulding awaits reuse.

int doorold trim

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