The exterior painting is 99% complete.
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To get the exterior color, we matched the window sashes and casings for a monochromatic look to blend in with the dune.
The Interio doors were custom made to match the original doors. The old doors needed too much work to restore them.
keeping the original door design is one of the ways we are paying tribute to Robert Broward’s original design.
And more doors is a true statement. There are 25 interior doors. We are so pleased with howbthey turned out.
our retro appliances for the indoor/outdoor kitchen has arrived.
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There is so much activity going on with the house. Since my last update, all of the limestone tile has been installed. I think it turned out great. The tile in the pool bathroom is done and the tile floor in the first floor guest bath is done. We are installing cork floors in the first floor guest room and the game/media room. The master bath is all limestone including the walls and ceiling. The ceiling is being installed this week. Poggenpohl installed the main kitchen, butler’s kitchen and wet bar. They also templated for the countertops. The dining room table was delivered. It took 7 men to hoist it up onto the main level balcony. It turned out beautiful. It has been crated in the house to protect it during construction. The walnut beam covers were delivered and are being installed this week. The exterior of the house has been completely scraped and is almost ready to paint. I have posted photos below of all of the recent activity. Make sure to scroll down because there are multiple posts today.
We used the same limestone on the main level deck but with a brushed finish
The renovations are coming along. The sheetrocking process is the final stages and the flooring is being installed. We are using 24 x 24 limestone in the majority of the home. We are using cork flooring in the media/game room and 1st floor guest room and seagrass will be used on the upper level. The painters are prepping the exterior. The process requires removal of the existing paint from all of the concrete and steel beams and lots of scaffolding.
Tiles stacked and ready for installation
While the renovations are moving along, there is not alot to share In the way of pictures. The siding is almost complete, the painters are prepping the exterior and the electricians are still wiring. We met with John Coulter from Poggenphol to confirm that the kitchen electrical and plumbing meet the kitchen design needs. We are experiencing a delay with our doors for the main level balcony and pool kitchen. They are having trouble installing them so this is really pushing back having the house dried in. Hopefully, they will be able to resolve the issues this week. I will update with pictures as soon as there is something to share.
There has been quite a bit of activity since my last update. Plumbing, electrical, heating and air, siding and roofing continues. Skylights have been installed. The window walls are scheduled to be installed next week so the old doors and walls have been removed. The house is almost dried in which means it shouldn’t be too much longer before insulation, sheet rock and flooring begin. Exterior painting has begun. We have been working with Troy Spurlin Interiors throughout the entire renovation process and the design is almost complete and waiting for installation. Check out the pictures below to see all the progress.
These skylights are over the kitchen, living and dining areas.
Pictured here is the main level opening for the window wall.
This room will be a pool kitchen with a Bath for easy access from the pool or the beach.
The painter painted a sample wall for approval. The color is exactly what I wanted and I can't wait to see the entire house finished.
Working with the team at Troy Spurlin Interiors has been an awesome experience. These are the fabrics, paint and wallpaper for the first floor guest room.
This one’s for Tim
The weather has not been working in our favor, however over the last few days we have seen significant progress. I was at the house today and there was lots of activity. Heating and air, electrical, siding and roofing. I love how the the new exterior looks.
It’s January 4, 2018 and we welcome the new year. During the month of December heating and air work continued as did electrical. The old roof was removed and work began on the exterior. The exterior doors have also been installed.
January began with freezing temperatures so that has slowed progress a bit. Over the next few weeks we should see quite a bit of progress so check back for updates. Below are photos of exterior updates.