I passed the inspections.
The box springs for the kids' room weren't delivered until an hour before the inspector arrived on Tuesday, but I was able to rush home from work and throw the beds together just in time.
After the rush, stress and manual labor, I might not have looked very put together- but my house sure did.
Here's a little tour, for anyone interested in the (pretty much) finished project:
Let's start in the kitchen...
You can't tell in the photo (because the lighting is terrible, my B), but the paint is a beautiful, bright blue. It's very cheery and lovely. Between the paint color, the coffee maker, and the "You deserve a donut" print (aka- an old donut bag. I'm all about recycling) by the sink, this is definitely one of my favorite rooms of the house.
|The Emergency Exit Plan also adds a nice touch.|
If you turn around, you run right into the dining room.
It's not very exciting, but it has a cute table with cute chalkboard placemats. (Thanks, mom!)
I'm working on spicing the table up a bit with some color, but it's a work in progress. I'll report back on that later.
The dining room opens up to the living room. I did a panoramic photo (obviously), so it's hard to tell from the photo how awkwardly long this room is. But- despite it's awkward shape- it's very homey.
(Oh, and in case you were wondering, I DIYed the rug from a plain $15 Target rug. It's whatever.)
|The dog bed really adds a classy flare to the room.|
|I was a very bubbly child.|
Next comes the kids' room, for which I am forever indebted to my mom. (See my last post if you don't understand why.)
|Not pictured- the DIY lantern-style Christmas lights. Thanks, Pinterest!|
The other kids' room is not totally put together... it sort of serves as the dogs' room for now.
They really enjoy antique furniture, though, so it works out.
Then there's my room. I owe the cool wall paint to my old roomie, as it was once her room.
|My favorite parts of this room: that chair and the artwork. And the natural light.|
And my books.
So, that's my officially-inspected house.
Which will soon be home to a small person.
Tomorrow is the final walk-through, and then it's pretty much a waiting game.
So that's pretty crazy.
Who knows? There could be some big updates pretty soon...