The bedroom bookcase is full; some old friends and some that I'm planning to read for the first time. I still had to discard books that I realized I'll never read.
The nice thing about painted plants is that I can't kill them. I am not a born gardener.
Smudge appreciates how the sun comes into the living room bay in the morning. I'll deal with window treatments next week. It's a lovely, warm room that will welcome visitors.
Doors on right and left lead to the entry hall and the studio. the refinished oak floors came out beautifully.
We took the doors off the stash closet--there were just too many doors in a small hallway. This is between the living room and the studio. I'm hoping that keeping it visible will force me to keep it orderly as well. In any case, there were 26 trash bags of fabric to unload onto the shelves. Now that that is finished, I can arrange furniture in the studio and get down to work. I have a project in mind for my new church--more later on that.
Having the renovations pretty much done comes at a perfect time. I've had an offer on my old house; if all goes well it will be sold soon. I knew when I left the last time that it no longer felt like my home. This will settle many loose ends and I'll be free to enjoy the new Casa Agave.