Glass back splash tile above the Vermont slate countertops looks amazing. Getting some furniture in makes a huge difference. Seth’s custom bathroom vanities are also adding a ton, warming up the baths with more Vermont hardwood. I am so eager to see the shelves and hood vent go in to finish the kitchen look. You get a preview of the dimmable LED lighting strips with a shot of the bar from the kitchen. These strips are used in every room upstairs to illuminate the post and beam detail, and will be under the bottom shelves in the kitchen as well.
The oven is not in place, as we prepare to install the shelves and hood vent. Two shelves will run to either side of oven, back splash and hood vent and the third row of shelves will run the entire length. A narrow shelf will run along the higher back splash tile to the west of the kitchen window
The bar is live edge yellow birch from Bristol. It must be seen in person. These photos don’t really do it justice.
It is a rainy day, but this home feels cozy. It feels something like a tree house, perched above the river but with tree limbs within view wherever you turn.
It is so difficult to get good photos of this baster bath, which is a pity, as it is turning out just like I hoped it would. Medicine cabinet mirrors, 3 wall sconces and shower bar all go in over the next week but I couldn’t hold off on sharing any longer. The marble vanity top matches the marble in the shower accent tile, tying everything together nicely.