before and after picture of the wall in the living room where the wood burning stove will go. we knew that there must be stone behind the paneling because the chimney is made out of stone. our plan was to open up the paneling around the chimney area to expose the stone but once […]

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before and after photo of the bedroom showing the benefit of opening up the wall to fully expose the window. the view through the window looks out on horse paddocks

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homeandinteriors:

Sam’s Creek by Bates Masi Architects

im not sure id like to sleep in this bedroom but it sure looks cool

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demo day 2

By |March 1st, 2013|Uncategorized|0 Comments

ok, so project is moving along. work started yesterday.
some things ive decided:
– definitely replacing the pergo floor in the kitchen with pine to match the rest of the house. will paint it white with some sort of design, probably harlequin
– going to use a jotl wood stove in the living room and plan to […]

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new old farm sink for stonehouse

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this is the outside of the stonehouse and the kitchen. it doesnt look it in this picture, but the kitchen is pretty dark. since this picture was taken (may 2007) the refrigerator was replaced with a black one (adding to the darkness) and the cabinets and paint have gotten long in the tooth. my […]

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stonehouse

getting ready for the next project on the farm, renovating the interior of the stonehouse. its one of four cottages by the barns and is the oldest house on the farm dating to the late 1800s. in the process of deciding what i want to do. there are so many things id love to […]

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Fall 2012

this fall has been pretty spectacular, well until sandy hit anyway. the weather was excellent for hay, and we produced an excellent crop. unless this is a catastrophic winter we should have plenty of hay for the cattle. the cattle are growing nicely. we have 21, of which 11 are calves ranging in age […]

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