Paneling progress!

Our project upstate is bustling along. In spite of the recent snow, we’re managing to still make progress. Materials that will be used in the house (like Waterworks bath fixtures and beautiful new porcelain tiles) are being dropped off daily, and the project is in that phase where it’s just on the brink of gelling: windows are about to be installed, rooms are about to emerge from the tangle of 2x4s, and the second floor clerestory is thisclose to giving Rokeby Mansion a run for its money (more on the clerestory story in a later post!)



Top: Before the paneling went up in the master bedroom.
Bottom: After the installation of some of the pieces of Cherry paneling.


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Transforming “the den” into “The Study”: the wonders of architectural salvage

Our project up in the Albany area has been chugging along for a couple of months now. If you receive our newsletter, you saw progress being made on the geothermal system that is being installed. That portion of the project is now in the home stretch, and work inside the house is ramping up.


Demolition of concrete basement floor
We’re not kidding about the pickaxes flying.

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