***I just added today's updates with the floors.
Good-bye to the old counter! We actually kept the old stainless steel sink because the builder said it's a better one than they make these days. See what the scraped and verethaned old pine cupboards will look like!!
The denim blue island....well, technically, it's a peninsula!
This is the living room with just one coat of straw paint and the oak floors all sanded, awaiting stain. I love the pocket oak glass doors! (That sander is darn noisy and has scared my cats away!)
This is looking towards the new room with an old pocket door we had. We decided to hinge it instead so you can see it open or closed. It swings from left to right. The old pump organ is going beside it to the left.
The after! Beauty job on the original oak.
HA! Below, is the very old maple kitchen floor. Man, does the floor guy have his work cut out for him! There is not much left of this floor to sand and there is even a spot where one nail shows. He is scraping a lot of it by hand. Then, we are mixing the stain (Early Puritan Pine) with the verethane to help cover the absorption problem.
The after! Lots of character where the flaws couldn't be sanded down any further!
Good-bye to the 28 year-old Admiral stove!! The 70's Almond Vintage so nicely adorned with the 1970 carpet! If you want it, ya gotta clean it! SEARS is taking it away for $15 when they deliver our new black smooth top.
Will this never get completely done? It started the 3rd week in September!
Labels: Kitchen and living room floor