March – Fort Bragg remodel – Ready for Demolition

We have been busy getting the house in Fort Bragg ready for demolition. The house looks sad. I know it’s ridiculous but it feels like the house senses a change is coming. Things are breaking, light bulbs are burning out, and the kitchen sink stopped up. Is it in protest? I hope not as this remodel is being lovingly done. Once complete we will be spending even more time on the coast, we want the house to be inviting to family and friends.

This view shows the sliding door from the kitchen onto the back deck. We will replace it with a French door.

View into kitchen from the front door

View into kitchen from the front door

kitchen with door into pantry

kitchen with door into pantry

Kitchen Island

Kitchen Island

kitchen Island, view from the dining area

kitchen Island, view from the dining area

Looking from living room area to the front door

Looking from living room area to the front door

Are you leaving me behind?

Are you leaving me behind?

Casey laid claim to her favorite resting spot, observing the packing with concern.

We spent Easter weekend packing everything up and discussing paint colors. Who knew choosing paint would be so difficult?! We could repaint the house on the samples we have purchased and rejected.

Look for a post on pain (that was a slip! I meant paint) colors later this week. Thank goodness for Pinterest as it has been very helpful during this process.

4 thoughts on “March – Fort Bragg remodel – Ready for Demolition

  1. Ahhh Liz! Love the before pictures. This will be like a rebirth done with love and a lot of preplanning I am sure! Keep posting! I’m very excited for you both , Casey, and for your entire family!

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