The house retrospective: Day 5. The Front of the House

A response in avoidance of the Daily Post’s Writing Prompt https://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_prompt/mirror-mirror-on-the-wall/

Sorry for the late post.  I got side-tracked with work, some painting (still working on that hallway!) and a few other assorted things.  But here it is: the final post for the painting of the exterior of the House.  The front of the house.  What I’ll do tomorrow?  Don’t know yet…I’ll figure it out then!

Before:

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Prep (and scaffold city)

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Priming

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Painting commences

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Note the new finishing pieces at the bottom of the stairs.  We have been wanting to get rid of those spindles for years!

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And here we are.  Done!

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Posted on October 5, 2015, in Daily Post and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. It is indeed a bit … overmuch for the two of you. You could turn it into a B&B … You could invite everyone you know to sleep over. You could— oh, never mind. It’s gorgeous !

  2. Your across the street neighbors must love the little jewel you have created. The transformation is amazing. What a difference the color of paint can make. Bravo to you for such beautiful and excellent color selections.

    • We have gotten a lot of positive feedback from neighbours. Of course, we got a lot of positive feedback from neighbours just when we bought the house and mowed the lawn regularly – the previous owners were so seldom around (never) I understand the place was a mess all the time. Just wait until we have the front yard all fixed up!!

  3. It must be a joy to come home to that vision realized. Beautiful, well done.

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