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moving along in maine

Yes, I have been MIA this year and one of the reasons is that I have gotten the amazing opportunity to work on a beautiful property in Maine.  It has been wonderful and crazy busy, but I have had so much fun working with my clients the architect and the builders. Groundbreaking was in September and the project will be finished (knock on wood) in mid-June.  While most of the winter was structural, electric, plumbing, planning and gathering materials with the spring the house has started to transform back into a home with walls that you cannot walk through!  As most of the walls in the house are pine either painted or shellacked they are all going up primed and first coat painted, which makes for a very quick changing look in the house from studs to almost finished looking in a day. So while it is not yet finished, here are some photos from my last visit...

Maine April 6 Visit

 High Gloss Ceiling Boards going up in the Dining Room

Maine April 6 Visit

Roofer installing my newest obsession a standing seam tin roof (it really is amazing how these are installed)

Maine April 6 Visit

One of a set of 5 salvage windows in Master Bedroom we found at Old House Parts in Kennebunk, ME (Great Salvage if your in the area)

Maine April 6 Visit

Beautiful ceiling in Master Bedroom

Maine April 6 Visit

Meeting in the Living Room

I'm headed up again next week so check back for updates!

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