Another day of big progress with our driveway framed out, mirrors, glass splashbacks and shower frames going in.
One thing we’re both appreciating is the extra level of attention our trades are paying to our home. Without being asked, our floorboards guy decided to use a lower profile skirting around the island bench. It.looks fantastic and I love that they’re invested in the success of the house.
As we approach the end of our build, we’re considering furniture for the house. With a new couch from Plush locked away, we’ve started getting serious about dining tables. There’s one that stands above them all, not by a little, but night and day better than anything I’ve seen – the gorgeous Cattelan Italia Skorpio Wood Dining Table.
We knew it’d happen this week some time, but visiting site yesterday we were pleasantly surprised to see the floorboards going down and they look great!
The engineered timber laminate will flow from the front entry, through the kitchen, living and dining and down the hallway. Later this week, our capet will also go down.
Later in the pre-build phase we made the decision to upgrade some internal doors to make a feature of them. Today they were installed.
The entrance into the Office and the Rumpus were expanded to 1200mm wide which allowed the spaces to be open and flowing when open. Then slide them closed and the provide noise isolation.
This week our amazing ceasarstone benchtops went in and I couldn’t be happier, they look amazing (even with a layer of dust). They’re in Osprey which continues the light and bright theme of the kitchen and now sets up for the glass splashbacks.