Pascal Catch Up

Dinning Room with PaintingHey, hi it’s good to get back on here and play a little catch up. The last post was about cellulose blowing and here we are, August and we have a finished house. Oooohhh where did the time go.

After insulation was blown in, things took off, as they often do in home builds. Suddenly all the trades are working diligently to wrap up the final parts so that our homeowners could move in. And they have! We really appreciate the different trades we work with, from our plumbers at Kahar Plumbing, electricians from Delaney Electric, steel work from Curly Metal Fabrication, glass work from Abraxis Glass, wood flooring from Schmidt Custom Floors, carpet from Avalanche Floor Coverings, custom fireplace concrete mantle from Concrete Visions,  to mechanical work from Forge Mechanical and geothermal energy from Colorado Geothermal Drilling.  Everyone working together to bring all the parts of a beautiful home together for the homeowners!

One goal is to always keep our readers here and anyone looking to learn more about us updated on our projects, however as things sped up on site, posting slowed down. It isn’t ideal, but when you’re a mama, a builder, a wife, a designer…adjustments have to be made to the schedule. Now that things have evened back out, its time to share some looks! So enjoy these photos showing the living, dinning, office nook and kitchen areas.

Looking into the spaces, you can see the waterfall edges at the kitchen, custom metal features, oak lower cabinets with soft white upper cabinets, large doors, glass sliding doors, steel beams and stair case.

Nook and Dinning

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Kitchen Backsplash

Nook Shelves

Nook Laptop Drawer 1Laptop Drawer 2Laptop Drawer 3Laptop Drawer 5

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waterfall edges

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Pantry

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The next post to come will feature some of the tile work throughout the bathrooms. Cheers!

 

Stairs!

The stair way from the second to third floor went in a few weeks back. This section of stairway is a floating stairway. The treads will be an oak wrap. The stringer will remain visible and there will also be a custom steel handrail. All the metal work on this project is being done by Curly Metal Fabrication!

Two Flights of StairsAbove: Stair way from entry way to the “basement” level. 

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Above: Floating Stairway from Second Level to Third level

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We can’t say enough about working with great people, and Ben Curly and his team are great to work with! Below is Andrew welding things together, which I personally was thrilled about because it meant no more hauling materials up and down a ladder!! Woohoo!!

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