First floor photographs

Some photographs of the first floor:

View if one enters from the Vernon Street door.

View if one enters from the Vernon Street door.

Looking right upon entering through the Vernon Street door one looks up the stair well. The door facing the camera is the mechanical room, the door on the left is the first floor bath.

Looking right upon entering through the Vernon Street door one looks up the stair well. The door facing the camera is the mechanical room, the door on the left is the first floor bath.

granite scrap floor open floor plan

View from the living area into the dining area. The over-sized chase for the duct-work and solar piping serves to divide the spaces. On the far wall above the window is the heat pump.

open floor plan

Looking from the dining area into the living room.

Kitchen

Our kitchen still needs a fair bit of work. The half wall needs a bar top, the far counter is plywood, and there are some cabinets that need to be put in.

Mudroom with custom coat hooks

Last summer I built the coat rack using live edge cherry from one of our trees and hooks from our local black smith Pierce Street Ironworks. The door to the cold storage room still needs to be constructed.

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3 thoughts on “First floor photographs

  1. The floors look great, awesome work!

    The location for the HRV vents… is that ducting behind the wood finish? Did you frame it out and just trim it with the wood? I installed several large beams in my house for structural support and for aesthetics and I am using them as conduit for my wiring. I need to shim them out with 2×4’S drywall and trim out in wood and I like the of the drywall bottom face, wood sides.

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