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lights, camera, (almost) action!

The Victorian remodel is winding down. . down to the details that seem never ending!   But they have to:  the place is being toured starting this week; professionally photographed tomorrow.  Electric, plumbing, paint, hardware, etc, all going in currently.  I’ve gotten my hands dirty all week, a refreshing break away from the office/computer:  hauling garbage, lumber trips, help with final cleaning…  Some photos:

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Pendant lights for the top floor, awaiting hanging.

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New handrails all blackened steel with oak grips, white posts (caps to be painted)

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Bathtub side panels that match the cabinetry.  We went with oval tiles at the master backsplash.  Countertop are Caesarstone Misty Carrera, a warm gray color that goes well with the white oak.

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That view over the kitchen sink!  I can’t say I’d object to washing dishes if I had that view east toward the bay, the morning sun blasting into the room.

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