|Wet bar beneath the morning room|
|additional living space. Note the lack of exit (no egress window, welled exit, or walkout) and the bulkhead for the HVAC duct|
We'll also have wood I-joists similar to what's in the picture below. These may actually be from the same company as the ones for our RH house but I definitely know that they were made in Canada (because it's stamped on the plywood).
|Instead of a media room, this area was left unfinished for massive amounts of storage|
|They sealed the ducts. Nice! My perfectionist side wished they used painter's tape so that it would have nice crisp edges. ;)|
FIRST FLOORI love this angle and I love, love the contrast of the white risers and balusters with the dark hardwood.
|angled hallway from the foyer to the family room|
|Family room with lots of options|
|Mudroom bench (repeat)|
|Reinforced shelving in the kitchen pantry|
|Light cabinets + dark counter|
The vaulted ceiling and large half round window in the morning room is just beautiful. I am sad that I will not have those features but still grateful for a morning room.
|Morning room (my bathroom will be directly above)|
|Hello, wonderful folding area!|
|View into the owner suite|
RH won't bump out the bulkhead so that it's flush with the top of the column so we'll have to do that on our own. The entry way to the room (above) and to the shower (below) are arched -- we may opt to make the half wall arched as well, assuming the price doesn't get ridiculous.
|The dreaded column|
|small but cozy sitting room|
|for natural "reading" light|