So, between the holiday and the rain we've had we're actually pleased and surprised by the progress. The site was graded, the foundation was dug, the concrete poured, and pilings are in, AND we even have some brick in place. We love that our foundation will have brick facing all the way around, such a great look!
There are also three other houses going up beside ours, so it's kind of like a race. We're currently in second place.
|Foundation © Rhiann Wynn-Nolet|
And here's how things looked a few days later...
|We have some brick! © Rhiann Wynn-Nolet|
We're hoping the front will be low enough that the building code won't require a porch railing, but it's too soon to tell.
Soon, we'll post the Elevation Drawings!
Quince Cottage believes a vanilla subdivision house can be transformed into a beautiful home that reflects the unique taste and personality of its owner.
In our own place, rustic, opulent, and exotic rub shoulders.
Think gilded mirror, an embroidered velvet robe from Uzbekistan, and a weathered plank wall.
Stick around, and we'll not only show you what we mean, we'll also give you tips on creating your own special style.