When we first started this project, the kitchen and dining were two separate rooms. The picture below was taken while standing inside the kitchen looking into what is now the dining room. It was nothing short of a total mess!
The first order of business was to clear everything out so I enlisted the help of my family.
This shot shows the small door leading to the living area on the left, which we later enlarged (you saw that last week) and the door leading to our guest room on the right. The guest room door was right in the center of the wall so we relocated it to the far left.
This construction shot shows the one door enlarged and the other relocated.
The low ceilings were removed and vaulted.
The sheet rock is up and the ceiling installed. We adapted big galvanized barn lights into drop down lighting by replacing the crooked neck with conduit.
We spent our first nights in the house sleeping in the dining room while our bedroom was being finished. After 18 months, I was so happy to be sleeping in my own house again.
This is how it looks today. We've added a sun room off the dining area where the windows were located. We'll look at the sun room next time.
Here's a Heart Rock for your Pocket:
And we know that God causes all things to work together for good to those who love God, to those who are called according to His purpose. Romans 8:28
Wishing you God's best,
Join me over at...Thoughts from Alice
Amaze Me Monday
Creative Country Mom
Knick of Time
Cozy Little House
Rooted in Thyme