We began a spec house in Broadwater Estates earlier this year. We finally have a few pics of the home. It is nearing completion on the siding, utilizing various materials: rough lumber, siding and metal. If I must say, I love the colors Shannon has chosen.
The stamped and stained concrete front porch will complete the look of the facade. It will be a fabulous nook to watch the sun rise while reading the paper with a cup of coffee.
We cannot wait to begin the interior details. We, or rather Shannon, chose the lights yesterday from Western Montana Lighting. Like a prior client stated, "Lighting is the jewelry of a home." After seeing the lighting that was chosen, I must agree. It will definitely add class. View their kitchen/dining lighting line here.
Since he was on a roll yesterday, Shannon also ordered a farmhouse sink and a groovy looking copper vessel sink for the smaller bath. It's the small details that he loves.
Shannon ensured the master bedroom will be a quiet, cozy retreat with sound batts and sound board.
The shed rooves over the garage doors add a lot to the facade, tying it in to the front porch.
The ceiling is almost complete and the fireplace is in, as well as all the taping, texturing and painting.
Circle sawn fir flooring installed yesterday ~ it looks amazing! This will be indestructible and only get better with age.
What a perfect complement to this Montana home, more time can be spent outdoors and less time worrying about flooring upkeep.
The wood floor is complete and cabinets are being installed. The contrast between the flooring and the cabinets should really be beautiful. Plus, a little break from helping Dad and eating donuts for some Uptown Funk.
All work and no play makes Dom a dull boy!
This beautiful mountain home in Helena, Montana is nearing completion. Toe kick lighting and other fine lighting components from Western Montana Lighting out of Missoula were installed recently. The ambient toe kick lighting is a beautiful accent to the circle sawn fir flooring. The kitchen is complete with granite counter tops and a farmhouse sink.
The front porch is all poured, stamped and stained. It will look pristine lined with flowers next summer. The stamp work not only dresses up the front of the home, but makes the space feel more cozy as one approaches the front entry. Winding between the natural boulders separates the front yard from the driveway, creating two distinct spaces.