The sunroom now has a dried concrete floor and our dilemma is whether we should tile it or just use a large area rug.
Light pours in through the south facing windows, so it will be a lovely space.
Our fabulous specialist is finishing off the dry wall preparations, ready for painting.
This is a photo of the back of the house, taken yesterday morning. It was an incredibly cold, clear morning...but it was wonderful to be able to walk on snow, rather than mud, and get a different perspective. Again, we were reminded of the joy of the southern exposure, even on cloudy, grey days it feels bright inside...
When we went inside we were met with an extraordinary amount of new work, the application and sanding of the "mud" had continued and it very much seems as though the painting is on schedule for completion within the next week. Here is a photograph of the living room, looking back to the kitchen/dining room area. The 12 foot walls on the southern wall and the sloping ceilings of the eastern and western walls will be lit to provide space to show paintings.
The propane tank made the room incredibly warm, even in the 17 degree temperatures of yesterday! So...that insulation is really doing its job. It is such a special sort of gift to know what has gone beneath these surfaces, to have been there since the day the excavation began, to watch it all being created with such care and skill.