The kitchen counters, are not complete, and the island has presented many challenges. The glass has broken three times, it's just too large to install in one piece. The only solution is to seam it in the middle; which is not the best look; but it's way too expensive to keep doing over, and over again.
The family room is being painted, Farrow & Ball, Dix Blue. Mirror will be inset above the door, where I had it trimmed out to balance the profile of the kitchen window, and bounce some extra light around. I really like this colour; especially when the sun is setting. The October sky has a very moody look, here in Ontario, and the sunsets look spectacular against the vivid hues of the fall foliage.
The front door, was sanded as smooth as a baby's bottom, then painted Sherwin Williams, Basque Green.
I checked the colour before it was adjusted, and decided to stop, when it reached the shade I wanted.
We had the staircase and railings, painted using the electrostatic method, and I'm pleased with the results.
Now we can have the polished nickel handrail installed.
The glass block shower is finished, and the cabinetry is due to be installed.
My closet cabinets have been installed, but we're still waiting for the 'antiqued' mirror to arrive. All of the doors, drawers, and trim will have mirror set into it. I plan to mirror the back of the shelves also. My cabinet hardware has a little bling, and the square crystal, references the glass block.