I have been working on a a little project and trying to work it in-between
my scheduled activities and a day trip here and there.
So that post will have to be next week. But in the meantime,
can there be more rooms I not often show you? The answer is yes!
Now where shall I start?
Now you are looking at one side of what we call our media room.
However, this is what I do not show very much.
The little kitchenette that is on the other side of this room.
It’s pretty handy for grabbing a drink or popping some popcorn.
We wanted a vintage diner feel thus the 50’s chrome pub table and chairs,
which will be up for sale eventually.
Next up is my hubby’s man cave. It is filled with many old things/antiques
that he loves. No! …. not me!!! . . . Baseball!
He chose this black and maple stained pool table
and I had the idea of installing wainscoting to match the table.
On one side of the room are window seats under the dormers with storage.
To me, architectural details are so important in every room.
This room has a mini bar set up with a sink and a little refrigerator.
A powder room is located behind the mini bar.
The other side of the room has a shed dormer.
The pub table and chairs are tucked under the dormer.
In this little corner are a table and 4 chairs in which board games can be played.
This was our very first purchase from Ethan Allen a bazillion years ago.
We saved and saved for this … all 5 pieces were $225 …. it may have been
like a million dollars to us back in the day . . . . waaaay back in the day. It is very sentimental.
Can’t tell you the many, many conversations with friends and family that happened
at this table. If that table could talk!
There is a closet on the other side of this little corner that houses
all of my Christmas ornaments and decorations that I won’t place in the attic.
Now on to two more rooms and we will call it a day.
The guest room bath from a different angle.
I think I need a wide angle lens .. the photographer really was able to get some
great angles of the rooms that I could never get.
When we built this house, I made certain that each bathroom
with the exception of the powder rooms have double sinks and
that each bathroom also have a linen closet.
This is the hallway bath that is across from my hubby’s office
and next to the other bedroom that serves as a craft room and my sweetie’s room.
This is a large bathroom with a very large shower and toilet to the left side
of the room and across from the vanity is a space that is large enough to have
a bookcase filled with towels and pretties.
Next is the powder room that is located just across from the laundry room.
It is pretty nondescript . . . If we were staying, it definitely would be wallpapered.
So there you have it . . . . you have seen some rooms in the past couple of weeks
that you do not often see.
So from my front porch to yours . . . .
Have a most beautiful day!!!