House Renovation #2

In April we discovered we had mold in the house all across the ceiling facing north. From our previous learnings of the first floor we had to redo the outer walls because they did not have the proper insulation. Moreover, the ventilation system was wrongly installed. This meant we would need to peel off pretty much the entire inside of the top floor and redo major parts of the rest of the house. We decided together with our architect to install new and bigger windows and doors all around the house. At this point we also redid the electricity, installed spot lights in the kitchen and hallway ceilings, took down the previous fireplace and finally got the steal beam for the kitchen ceiling delivered.

Bottom right window is the kitchen, top right window is future bedroom, top left window is future en-suit bathroom.
Kitchen view towards the water. This window will be replaced by a taller and wider window.
Second floor, staircase and future snug. 😉
Second floor, future bedrooms.
Second floor previous bathroom and bedroom and future master bedroom and office.
Second floor previous bathroom and future master bedroom.
First floor living room.
First floor living room door to terrace. Windows and doors will be replaced.
Old plaster from the top floor.
Future kitchen. Support before steal beam arrived.
Kitchen from the hallway when it was still open space.
First floor living room.
Morning coffee is essential.
First floor living room, bedroom and hallway to the left and kitchen behind the camera. 🙂
Beautiful lines of plaster in the ceiling.
Kitchen modules.
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