Today (Nov. 17) marks four weeks of construction and the new master bathroom is taking shape in our Mexican casa. It may not be quite as large as we expected but it will have two sinks with lighted mirrors, a walk-in shower with a rain-style shower head, and a vanity area for Leslie, with a nice boveda ceiling.
The crew is putting in the plumbing and electrical, which means the floor is still dirt. They’re starting on the new laundry room and the new kitchen, too. We think everything is on schedule.
We’re selecting tile, faucets, fixtures and kitchen appliances now. So many choices!
One huge change has already happened. The new master bathroom and kitchen renovation was Phase One. Changes to the front wall and entry into the courtyard was to be part of Phase Two. But our architect, Juan Allera, proposed doing all the work to the front entrance now because it made sense. I asked how much that would add to the total project. The figure was fairly low because it’s mostly labor, so we gave the green light. Most of the front wall is gone now!
We still hope to be back in our house by Christmas, but some of the appliances are going to take a few weeks to deliver. Fingers crossed!
More to come as work progresses. Hasta luego!
4 thoughts on “Walls and ceiling done; no floor yet!”
I hope all the projects are finished before Christmas! Looks wonderful so far.
Thanks, Jo-Jo! Hope you and Steve are staying safe.
Looks like a lot of planning and preparing by you to make it truly your dream home. So glad to know you continue to enjoy your home and the area. Happy Thanksgiving. Elaine
Thanks, Elaine! We hope you can come visit us someday.