Over at 4024. OK. That was cheesy. But you know what isn’t? The progress made at the house today.
First off, the almost complete guest bathroom.
And the faucet has been installed. We bought a mirrored medicine cabinet today and it was installed right after we left. There is about 20 minutes worth of caulking needed, a shower curtain rod left to purchase and a coat of paint to apply before it’s ready for final inspection. We only need one working bathroom to pass the inspection.
Speaking of bathrooms, our master bathroom is almost done!
We still need to install all the faucets, sort out the vanity situation and do the final touch ups (caulk and paint). We don’t need this bathroom to get a partial pass at final inspection, so we’re in no huge hurry.
And the last bathroom? Well, it’s moving right along. Check out the tile work…
The shower wall tiling will be done today and soon the awesome cork mosaic floor tiles will go down. We can’t wait.
We also had some progress in the kitchen.
The range hood was installed. They need to smooth out the seam, but it works!
Check out the dishwasher – it’s so pretty (because it works!). I also tested out the garbage disposal and was very impressed.
I thought you’d all like a close up of our kitchen faucet. Micah picked out and I’m pretty in love with it.
We also made a small discovery today. Turns out that we have a built in water dispenser. We didn’t think there was one because our fridge looks like this…
This afternoon, I went to get some water from the tap when Dadtractor told me to use water dispenser inside the fridge. Inside the fridge? I opened it up and saw this…
Who knew? A built-in water dispenser wasn’t a priority, so we didn’t even notice there was one. We’re so glad there is one though. Finding it was like an early Christmas present.
So what’s on the schedule for tomorrow? If it doesn’t snow tonight, we’ll be at Ikea picking up light bulbs, wood counters to use as a vanity and other odds and ends.
Besides the water dispenser, we’re surprised by how much we really, really like the wood floors in the master bathroom. What do you think? Do you prefer the wood floors or the cork?