I am finally back home! Yay! I thought I would share with you the final steps of this long journey and yes, that means this is my last house construction post. 😊
Below is my house as it is now, elevated and newly sided. On the left is the addition which now houses the utilities that were in the basement like the furnace, hot water heater, and washer/dryer. The greatest thing (besides being protected from floods of course) is that now the washer/dryer is on the same level as my living space which is a great convenience. It makes for a cute little laundry room. No more going up and down the stairs when I do laundry (and pre-wash fabric). The space below the house I can use for
Below is a photo of what the house looked like before. Quite different!
Of course, the first rooms I needed to get set up were the bedroom, kitchen and bathroom so many boxes ended up in my sewing room - aaak!
However, I am mostly done unpacking so here is my sewing room now. I still have to get rid of that ladder and a few boxes not visible in the photo but I am almost there:
Here is one of my favorite sides of the sewing room. Hanging from the clock is a leather heart keychain which Kyle from Vacuuming the Lawn sent to me as a gift. In case you are wondering, that circular item is the handle to my steam mop which I have since put away:
Before I started packing for my move back home, I started working on making a pair of jeans so I hope to start working on them again soon.