building progress

My time at the moment is spent trying to keep at least one step ahead of the new builds progress. It’s happening so quickly. Decisions need to be made on pretty much a daily basis which is challenging in itself. As I research interiors and sort through samples, my hand continues to be held by Lisa, our amazing architect, who has the ability to reassure, focus and calm me in a sentence.

This is how our site looks today:

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image: Mr TS’s workshop is almost complete

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image: a message left for us by friends after the concrete slab had been poured

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image: the frames are up in both the bedroom and living wings

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image: our bedrooms gable end

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image: mr tread softly making a start of the roof trusses

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  1. Catherine

     /  August 11, 2013

    Gareth just read your post, looked at the slab and said
    “Christ! Look at the size of it!”

    Have you ever seen the Bunny House?

    Nite Xx Catherine

  2. Haha! It isn’t that big really if you consider that it will just be on one level. 172 square metres for the house. No, I’m not familiar with the Bunny House. Will Google it right now. Sleep well.x

  3. It’s been so exciting seeing you build your own home – thankyou for the lovely feedback – it’s been simply a joy working alongside you!

  4. We can’t wait to welcome you both in to our new home. You’re our architect for life!

  5. It looks so exciting! I look forward to seeing your progress. x

  6. Hi Carole. It really is exciting. Hopefully in before Christmas. This Christmas!!

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