ScyeCasa Home Tour

A lot has happened since my last post. We moved, unpacked, organized, and even had a few weeks to relax before bringing home our new baby girl, Lou Ella Faust. Prior to her arrival, Reagan Taylor Photography came out to capture the house. Check out the finished product and let me know what you think. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do! Special thanks to our architect, Coxist Studio for coordinating the shoot.

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Nearing the Finish Line

A little over 2 months since the last post. Though I've been a bad blogger. tons has gotten done. Here we go.

At last, we have a driveway...

How about some wood flooring and fresh paint...

Entrance to the garage...

View from the patio looking into the living and dining room...

There will be some cooking happening in this kitchen...

Looking out from dining...

Looking into the office from the dining room...

Painting the office and built-ins black. Who needs to buy a desk when you can build one...

View from back of kitchen...

Venturing upstairs. Let there be light...

Hallway to the laundry and master bedroom..

Master bedroom view. Next project a zipline?

Skylight in the master...

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Prepped for the bathroom vanity...

How about them floor tiles. Thanks Dan and Daisy for the inspiration.

Tub + shower...

Trim carpenters got after it...

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Making space makes me happy...

Drawers...

Closet storage in guest bedroom...

New closet doors were installed...

Upstairs guest bathroom...

A good pal helping strip paint off some old doors....

Up next - cabinets, paint, plumbing fixtures, and lighting! 

It's Coming to Life

Heeeey! It's been too long. So much has happened since my last post on the beams and exterior paint. So let's get you caught up...

Once the roof was installed, we insulated, and soon after, drywall began. The drywall, tape and float took about 3 weeks. We chose to do a smooth finish vs texture which takes more time because imperfections are much more noticeable. Overall, I'm happy with the crew we chose. Let the drywall tour begin!

Front door entrance

Entry bookshelf nook and storage under stairs

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I'm still drooling over the beams.

Kitchen

Dining and living with views of the office and first floor bathroom.

The double sided fireplace separates the living room from the screened-in-porch.

Office view 

First floor bath - I'm putting a floating concrete sink that weights over 200 pounds in here, so before the drywall can be installed behind the sink, we need to attach steel support brackets to the studs which is why you see drywall missing below. 

Upstairs family den

Guest wing - there are two guest bedrooms off this hallway with a shared bathroom in between.

For easy access to clean linens and a dirty laundry drop off point from the guest hall, there will be a laundry shoot and cabinet above to make everyone's life a lot easier. This is illustrated below.

View from inside laundry room

Guest bedroom

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Guest bath

Master bedroom

Master bathroom (those beams!)

The interior paint, tile installation, and trim work are all on the docket for next week! Let the pretty begin!