Listening to Debra talk about some of her recent projects, I asked her to do another “Why Design Matters” post. As usual, my comments will be in italics. Here it is:
I’ve done a couple of consultations recently that really made me happy and I’d love to share them with you:
I finished an exterior color consultation last week for a dear friend. She bought her darling little place 16 years ago and she has done a ton of work over the years … but she’s never been happy with the brick.
Just a quick note that Debra’s broker, Virginia Cook Realtors, (Debra’s page here) has a new listing in Wedgwood – if you or anyone you know is in the market.
From the flyer – “Charming Wedgwood home on a great block with super storage and plenty of living space! Nice lot with sprinkler system, covered back porch and pool-sized back yard. Laminate and tile floors, gas starter on fireplace, large family room with built-ins open to oversized kitchen. Flexible space could be second living, office, or even 4th bedroom with closet addition. Extra large utility room with space for freezer or second refrigerator.”
At $189,900, this 3-2-2 is a great value. Debra’s real estate contact info is here.
More travel and the continuing saga of Hildring House are next – stay tuned!
As always, thanks for coming along on our adventures With the Barretts!
I love architectural contrast. Since Debra has decreed at least two “pretty” pics per post, I’ll use some of that contrast for the first one. This shot is – obviously, because of the iconic CN Tower on the left – in Toronto, taken from the the St. Lawrence Market area looking back downtown.
Now, let’s see what’s going on at Hildring House –
Debra says that I should always put at least a couple of pretty pictures in a post, so here is a shot of the tile we’ve selected for the laundry room:
It’s going to be hard to find much else pretty for this post – things are getting really dirty at Hildring House. If you’ll put up with some pics of the filth that goes along with demolition, I’ll try to end with something else not so yucky. But now for the mess. Continue reading “Hildring House – Back to the Dirty Demo”
Debra says that she’s tired of all the demo pictures, so she’ll be commandeering this post to show “some pretty stuff.” Okay – I’ll relinquish the keyboard for a while. But before I do, and in the spirit of “pretty stuff,” here is a pic from our recent visit to the National Botanic Gardens in Washington D.C.: